Were on a social distancing vacation a couple hours from Chicago:we headed to Michigan & rented a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece (Its a 3 bdrm Airbnb thats only $430 a night)Its so gorgeous here that guests from 13 countries have made the pilgrimage to stay Here are our top 10 reccos for when you book this place too:1. STAY search Frank Lloyd Wright Eppstein House Airbnb Galesburg, MI 2. TASTE 100+ local restaurants deliver to the door here3. READ the houses extensive art & architecture library4. HIKE The 25m of wooded trails in Al Sabo Preserve5. EXPLORE The home sits among 4 other FLW homes. (In 1947, a group of scientists built a community of them)6. SHOP the Burgess Antique Center in the 100+ year-old seed co. bldg (its 22,000 sq ft so plenty of room for social distancing)7. VISIT historic old Milham Park (parts actually still looks like this 50s postcard )8. LISTEN to the houses rad library of vinyl in the cozy music room, with a fire.9. SUPPORT (David serves on the Board for the @flwtrust) so we try to see, stay in & support as many of Wrights homes as we can.10. ??? Today is our last day here! Any reccos for the area? Ideas welcome.Today, we woke up & sat in the great room with a dramatic wall of glass- made a pot of coffee in the vintage set, watched the sunrise over epic rolling hills this house is cut into- flip through albums of the history of this home- to learn about the family who dreamt it into being with Frank. Every textile, desk lamp & painting is period transports you back 70yrsIt’s places like this that remind us of the very real therapy & power to be found in architecture. In a world quickly filling up with pop-up glamping resorts, its places like this (that were designed for the ages) that are worthy of our bucket lists. Worthy of supporting the families who are pouring their hearts, years & lives into restoring history for us all.Please visit flwright.org Their mission:to engage, educate and inspire the public through the architecture, design and legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright. Shockingly, openings still available.Check this time capsule story in @dwellmagazine