• Happy I got a few sunny days in Hamburg before heading back to the states for the holidays! ❤️❤️❤️ See you in the new year 🥂
  • 36 hours in Frankenberg an der Eder ☕️ I accompanied Lukas to Frankenberg where he was scheduled to speak this week. During a few hours of down time we walked through the old town and ended up at an adorable cafe, Cafe Nostalgie, which should also be an antique shop, really! 📻😍 Always on the hunt for interior inspiration. And it was the best way to hide from a rain shower 🌧
  • Exploring the new neighborhood 🏡 I’ve been in Hamburg for a few weeks now and after a hard lesson in Hamburg’s extremely competitive real estate environment, Lukas and I are happy to have found a new home in HafenCity ☺️
  • Forever my neighborhood 💫💫 #bexinboston
  • Taste of an all American autumn
  • Meet my spirit animal 💫#BexOnMarthasVineyard
  • Hi just trying to hold on to the last of hydrangea season over here 👋#BexOnMarthasVineyard
  • Cottage house perfection 🏡 #BexOnMarthasVineyard
  • Hi Martha's Vineyard! 👋It has been way too long 💖Our first stop was a walk through Oak Bluffs & I finally got to show Lukas all my favorite cottages and Circuit Ave gems. Best part was watching his face transform as he started to fall in love with the island 🍇#BexOnMarthasVineyard

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