Behind the Museum Cafe is a Japanese cafe, very bright and open with charming design. It is usually pretty quiet, and they have a great menu with onigiri, Japanese tea cakes, matcha and hojicha lattes, teas, mochi, etc. The space is also a shop, they have ceramics, kimono, cards and other small items. It is next door to Canoe, a favorite design shop.
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There isn't the greatest selection of take-away places in Bergen but Ichiban sells super fresh and well prepared sushi. They primarily focus on take-away, though there are a few seats within the premises. Note - closed on sundays.
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The remnants of a round church built in the 400's on grounds which once housed the barracks of the nomadic Roman soldiers -  Castra Pergrinorum. To note are the beautifully coloured frescos lining the interior wall of the second ring of the church, which depict the stories of Christian martyrs with eerie and somehow humorous graphic details. Once on a tour the guide mentioned that in a room below the church there was a temple for pagan rituals held by the soldiers. You can still see the entry in to this room from above marked off. 
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Palmenhaus is a café, brasserie and bar inside a 1901-built greenhouse located in the Viennese Hofburg palace gardens. You can enjoy your coffee unter the massive steel structure on the light-filled inside of the greenhouse or – during summertime – on the outside terrace overlooking the Burggarten gardens.
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Park in the center of Barcelona. Nice space for relaxing. I have good memories of free jazz-concerts in the summer evenings.
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The best freshly pulled noodles. My favorite is braised pork with noodles in broth, celery and cilantro add a delicious freshness. Perfect for a cold day.
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A wonderful garden where you can pick and cut your own flowers to make a unique bouquet and eat an organic lunch under the apple trees.
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These two small mountain villages make for the perfect city escape in either summer or winter. I like to wander around the narrow, cobbled streets, cosy up in one of the many restaurants and cafés and look at the local craftsmen work in their shops. Not far away there's a mountain topped with a monastery—a great place to enjoy of a good dose of fresh air and serenity. Amazing views of the area don't hurt either.
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The Cinema Byen’s Lys in Christinia is the best cinema in town. A must see, but they are only open on Sundays at 20 o’clock and no-one knows what they will show, but no matter what, it is worth a visit. The cinema doesn’t have an address but its next to a café called Månefiskeren, and then ask from there.
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A kind of Asia. A really good combination: a cold beer and a hot soup.
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Incredible syrian pastries in the heart of the Marais.
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Founded and designed by Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988), The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum preserves the working atmosphere of the artist's former studio in New York.
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Curator at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels 
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I'm a creative director and co-founder of Sycamore Co., a multidiisciplinary studio helping brands and people reach their creative potential.
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I am a Swedish artist based in London. My work concern interest in restraint related to the body and cultural structures. Ideas of obstruction aim to question how forms and bodies adapt to change, environment and ideals.  I am interested in how a person is shaped by the spaces they have occupied and how a person occupies their own psychological space. With a background in dance, interests in the body and spatiality continue to influence my ideas with focus on balance and repetition. The physical relationship to images are essential in my process of making and the photograph as a performative document explore elements of gesture. There are slippages between image, object and subject. I work mainly with the analogue photographic process and sculpture in relation to the image and performance. I enjoy working physically with materials whether they are photographic prints, sculpture or my own physical body as a medium. 
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Liz is the Founder and Director of Print Club Ltd, an online source for limited edition, fine art silkscreen prints.
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Freelance Illustrator and Animator based in Cape Town, South Africa
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Mari Kojima was born in Shimane, Japan, but since then has spent time on and off living abroad. Because of a family crisis at home, she returned back to Japan in 2008, and soon after discovered photography as a means to express the inner turmoil and happiness that exists within her. Besides taking photos, she has worked as a fashion designer assistant, curator, FM radio DJ, project manager, event planner. Since Fall 2010, she started running a little publishing company called Bathysphere Books. She now works and lives in Tokyo.
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Cheetos enthusiast and art director, based in Montreal.
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Hello there I am an illustrator living in East London and here are the places I like to visit. This isn't my dog.
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Elisabeth is a Dutch photographer based in Amsterdam. She has been fascinated with photography and aesthetics as well as searching for perfection and imperfection for as long as she can remember. Outdoors or on the information highway, she is always looking for images that impress or inspire her. In her own work she seeks to inject places and objects  with serenity and timelessness infecting them with mystery. For Elisabeth a photo doesn’t have to be explained in detail but can be smashed of its plans. Thereby providing space to the plan -in theory- to transform itself, dependent on its surrounding. She likes to capture the unconscious by following her own sense of beauty. Her goal is to capture life in silence, to hold a moment that remains present, captivating and accessible, but diametrically vague and elusive.  
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Illustrator drawing in London. Favourite food is pasta, favourite colour is dark blue and favourite fruits are blueberries and barbary figs.
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Mauro d'Agati began working as a professional photographer in 1996, from the outset covering many Sicilian jazz festivals, art manifestations and theatrical events. He has always been motivated by the exploration of Sicilian, especially Palermitan, social phenomena. He has undertaken work for numerous italian and International publications including Geo, Stern, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Das Magazin, Vision China, El Pais Semanal, Le Monde, GQ, L'Espresso and Internazionale. In 1999 he published his first book Softly walking, consisting of Black and white images illustrating the everyday life of Massimo and Gino, a gay Palermitan couple. In may 2009 he published the book Palermo Unsung, in july 2010 Alamar and Napule Shot published by Steidl Verlag. Follow Sit Lux et Lux Fuit, Steidl 2012, and Marzia's Famliy, steidl 2014.
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Partner of N-E Design Office.
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