Stella Spoils 10.25.16


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Nusa Lembongan, Bali

Vanilla ice cream, coconut pulp & cookies

The Porsche Museum, Stuttgart, Germany

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I try not to stay in West Hollywood unless it's absolutely necessary when I visit LA. The main streets are usually too touristy, loud, crowded, miserable, and so on. But Petit Ermitage might be my new favorite place to stay for all the right reasons. It's just off the main streets in a quiet tree lined neighborhood and resembles a Mediterranean oasis with an exclusive members only, old Hollywood style pool club on the roof. The rooms are charming and comfortable with fireplaces and balconies, and the room service is a mix of healthy snacks and classic Mediterranean cuisine. Check it out next time you head West and book your room for almost half off the night of with One Night's app below.
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One morning as I was sipping my Elixir, a lean, compact man with short dark hair approached me. His gaze was unsettlingly steady, like a therapist’s, and hanging around his neck was a gold cross overlaid with a Star of David. This made me wary; I wondered if he were a guru to the stars. I’d noticed him talking from time to time with two of SunLife’s most conspicuous regulars: Anthony Kiedis, the lead singer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and David Duchovny, the actor. The man also appeared to be on intimate terms with an elderly Buddhist monk in saffron robes who came in for açaí bowls with chopped bananas. “That drink saved my life; it’s a game changer,” he said. Then he introduced himself. His name was Khalil, and he was a co-owner of the place.

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