The best way to spend my last weekend before my big girl job begins.
[day107again]. Visited Balboa park and the Museum of Natural History.
[day107]. Corned beef hash from Beach House Cafe. Hearty and coma inducing.
[day106pm]. Finally tried Phil’s BBQ. I’m an avid Yelper and 4.5 stars from 3000+ Yelp reviews speaks for itself. Never been to a restaurant with a 30 minute line outside. So we ordered to go and took it back to our sweet suite. Perhaps the best bbq sauce I’ve ever had!
[day106]. Room service for breakfast!! Smoked salmon omelet with some kind of yummy cheese, tomatoes, and homestyle potatoes. Then off to La Jolla for some kayaking!
[day105pm]. Stayed at the Sheraton Resort and Spa. I’m not used to staying in nice hotels just for fun, so I soaked it all in. Comfy ass bed and lots of room for activities! Moscato, Soco&cranberry/bluekoolaid, champagne, and Aquaman. Faded night swimming was the best. KTFO’ed after the pool.
Me eating a potato chip on the potato chip rock, Mt. Woodson. Look at that view!
[day105]. To start our weekend getaway, we climbed Mt. Woodson uphill 7 miles to the potato chip rock, where we did jump kicks, yoga poses, and ate potato chips with other hikers. Super fun hike with my favorite person.
[day104]. Good luck in the army Ace!
Expect nothing, and nothing will let you down.
[day103]. Made lobster bisque from the lobster meat we flew back home with us. Creamy goodness!
[day102]. Farmer’s Market loot! Ceviche, okra, eggplant, arugula, mango peaches, white peaches, and red-orange lilies. Random buys, but I was craving okra for some reason. I didn’t even get to eat them because my grandma beat me to it, I was so sad!
[day101]. Crash two hour tour of Boston before our flight back at noon. Wish we had more time to see everything. Being one of the oldest cities in America, it was amazing being surrounded by so much history. Passing by Samuel Adam’s grave, Paul Revere’s house, and the balcony where the Declaration of Independence was announced, tripped me out the most.