If you ever find yourself running a hotel business (I keep dreaming), then you might enjoy having access to an online store purely dedicated to carrying hotel supplies and equipment. PeachSuite Hotel Supply offers supplies for banquet rooms, bars, concessions, dining room, kitchen, equipment and so much more. You'll be amazed by how specialized Hotel Supplies can be. Everything from towels to food baskets to bar stools, whatever items you need, these things were made for hotels.

Hotels that run kitchens may also find a large selection of kitchen equipment such as slicers, food processors, meat grinders, baker tables, bread slicers... the range of categories is amazing. I'm sure customers will find something they haven't thought about until they've seen it. Aside from also being a Hotel Amenities Supplier, they also offer design and installation services which are great for on-site handling where customers can work with in-house designers. It feels like a one-stop shop for hotel business owners!

The moon was really amazingly beautiful, glowing brightly against the dark gray sky.  I had a very basic point and shoot at that moment so I took the best shot that I could. 

I was browsing through the photos then I saw this one.  Baby happened to see his inflatable ring and wanted to play with it again so I gave him the freedom to enjoy it in the tub.  Yes, it is just the bath tub! 

I was captivated when I looked up the sky and saw the white clouds stretched all over as if the sky was painted.  It's like looking at an abstract painting, only way up there and not on a canvass. 

Falling Water is among the great architecture of all time by the master Frank Lloyd Wright.  This will be one of our travel stop once we start going and exploring more places.  Imagine a house built on natural scape with water running and all the trees surrounding it.

I once painted that same photo above during my college years and gave it as a gift to someone dear to me.  I wonder if they kept it hanging on their wall because if not, I wouldn't mind having it back.  hahaha

Me and hubs had the pleasure of replicating the model of this house, using Lego.  It's not ours but his officemate's.  It was given by their boss as a birthday present since the guy is a big fan of this architecture.  Being a fan doesn't mean you'd be willing to submit yourself doing lego building so the job of "constructing" it went to hubs.  Actually, I was the builder and he was the material sorter and supplier, as well as control supervisor.  We carefully followed every step and he would check every procedures done.  Finally after few hours of building, we accomplished the task.  We have built our very first Fallingwater.  Hubs plan to make a time lapse video as we documented every step from scratch.  I will definitely post it once it's done.
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