About Janet
Janet Hansen is a designer at New York book publisher Alfred A. Knopf. She also works with clients including New Directions, The New Yorker, and the New York Times. She currently lives in a little old craftsman home in Montclair, New Jersey with her husband and two whippets.
http://janet-hansen.com
Current city: Montclair
Other cities: MarrakeshTokyoNew York
Janet Hansen is a designer at New York book publisher Alfred A. Knopf. She also works with clients including New Directions, The New Yorker, and the New York Times. She currently lives in a little old craftsman home in Montclair, New Jersey with her husband and two whippets.
 
An independent bookstore with talks and live music events. It shares its space with a cafe offering coffee and delicious food.
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An American restaurant with seasonal, local sourced food, a romantic ambience, and a nicely curated wall of sculptures and drawings by local artist Tom Nussbaum.
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Parcel is a curiosity shop filled with ephemera, vintage holiday décor, quirky collectibles, quality stationery, and creative craft materials of all sorts.
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A boutique hotel originally built by architect Charles Van Vleck in 1902. The bones of the landmark property remain intact while being updated with modern industrial touches.
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An absolutely stunning and private boutique riad right in the old medina of Marrakesh. Amazing moroccan food, pools, and cocktails.
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Eat on the rooftop and watch a beautiful sunset. Great food and ambiance.
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The Majorelle Garden is a botanical garden and artist's landscape garden. It was created by French Orientalist artist, Jacques Majorelle, and starting in 1923 it features a Cubist villa designed by French architect.
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Beautiful chaos. I recommend a "tour guide" your first time here as it is very easy to get lost in these tiny streets and alley ways. In 1147, the Berber Almohades conquered the city, destroying most of the buildings and rebuilding its' medina. A bustling market with different sections including tile, metal, art, scarves, jewelry, rugs, antiques, teas, oils, etc. Be careful to decipher what "shops" are authentically Berber, and which are actually just items made in china. A tour guide will also help teach you what to look out for...
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