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haven’t really talked about saigon but despite the culture shock, there was something about the city (probably the cafes tbh) that is drawing me back... perhaps i’ll find myself discovering saigon for an extended time so my broken viet can actually be fluent and my stomach can be immune to the food LOL 😭 i spent a lot of time in the middle of nowhere so 4 days in the city was def not enough 🥺 i guess i’m truly a city girl at heart lol // but real talk once i felt the night breeze on a motorcycle, admiring all the city lights... i felt some type of way. 🖤
Asked kuya guide for a few more minutes to wait for the clearing of Mt. Mayon but it just peeked 😔 Well, you gotta celebrate and appreciate what you got 😊
This sums up my vacation. Woah! This has been the longest time I've been out of work since I started working 6 years ago and a lot of things happened like images just flashing in front of me. God allowed me to have a heart check, to celebrate life, to start revamping and think through things thoroughly.
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Rung in 2020 at Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville! We each paid $90 for 10 drink tickets and access to the different ballrooms. Each ballroom was playing different types of music so you could go to whichever one you enjoyed the most. We thought it was worth the $$ and we all had a memorable time. •
Rating:8/10! There were long lines at all the stand up bars so we all were double fisting. The crowd varies from young adults to middle aged, it depends on the environment you are looking for. Though we didn’t venture out to see the entire resort there were a lot of New Years events going on. We even saw a children’s party happening downstairs, while all of us were upstairs. It was absolutely gorgeous inside! They had a huge Christmas tree and lights everywhere, their own winter wonderland! #AdoseofDamini#Gaylord#gaylordopryland#newyearseve#winterwonderland
me after january 1st in LA: ok so it’s like, summer now
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@louisroederer was stablished in 1776, and it was inherited and renamed by Louis Roederer in 1833. Some years later, Champagne started to gain popularity by the Russian nobility and Louis Roederer became a prestigious name.
The most prestigious label of the House, Cristal, was first created in 1876 for Tsar Alexander II of Russia. As the political situation in Russia at the time of his rule was very unstable, the Tsar feared assassination attempts. So in order to enjoy his beloved Cristal Champagne in peace and without any fear, he ordered that Champagne bottles be made clear, so that he could prevent hiding a bomb beneath the bubbles, as it could happen with a classic dark green bottle. So Louis Roederer commissioned a Flemish glassmaker to create a clear lead glass bottle with a flat bottom, hence the name Cristal.
Of course the wine had to be outstanding, so the Champagne House started to source only estate grown grapes from the oldest vines, in order to master every stage of the winemaking production. This practice wasn’t common at the time, as most Champagne Houses used to buy their grapes. Cristal was not commercially available until 1945. The House has remained an independent, family-owned company and is now managed by Jean-Claude’s son, Frédéric Rouzaud, who represents the seventh generation of the family. #drinkstories