Mitzie Mee Blog
Flute Bar, New York Yesterday I met with my old friend and classmate Ehsan. It’s been more than five years since the last time we met, so there was a lot of catching up to do and chatting away about the good old days. Ehsan’s flat is in Hell’s Kitchen and so nice that I’ve suggested several times that we do a life swap. He’s still considering.  
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Koreatown, Los Angeles

 

Trine and I love Korean food, so when we travel together, we always look for Korean restaurants or, even better, Korean neighborhoods or so-called Koreatowns. Koreatown in Los Angeles is really big. In fact I think it’s one of the biggest K-Towns in the world? In the area, you’ll find a wide range of Korean banks, restaurants and shopping plazas.

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Desert Hills Premium Outlets

 

One of the things I love about USA are the huge outlet malls. They are typically located a bit outside the major cities, but the bargains they offer makes it all worth the drive. Though it’s a good idea to check in advance which labels they keep, as it’s not a lot of fun to drive for hours, only to find out that the outlet mall you’re visiting primarily targets old people and that the most exciting you’ll encounter is a half-empty Levi’s store.

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Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

 

My sister Trine is very well versed in all sorts of gossip concerning A, B and C-list celebrities, and our little excursion around the neighborhood today resulted in several enlightened moments. She found the salon owned by Jessica Simpson’s hair stylist, the place where they eat sushi in The Hills and a lot of other places which certainly would have been mentioned if OK! Magazine was ever to publish a travel guide.

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