San Diego

Paradise Point

I’ve become all too familiar with airports, traveling and packing. When this month is said and done, I can say I was at SFO every weekend but one.  Last weekend, I had to take an unexpected flight to San Diego.  No biggie– It’s one of my favorite places to be! Since I used to live there, I had a chance to catch up with friends… and of course, no SD trip is complete without a visit to the beach.

Since everything was last-minute, we checked into Paradise Point.  The room was right on the bay and for me, it was perfect.  As I was getting ready for bed, we realized the heater wasn’t working, and we were upgraded to what I believe is one of their nicest suites.  It’s amazing what a $20 tip will get you… After taking us to our room, the security guy came back with a bottle of champagne, red and white wine and snacks for the whole weekend.  Sweet!

bay front bungalow

have a seat and enjoy the view

dinner at George’s in La Jolla– it’s the bf’s favorite place to dine

once you taste it, you’ll know why

bon appetit!

dancing the night away

Thanks to everyone who stopped by for a visit! I miss you guys like crazy 🙂

Birthday Candles

I can’t believe it’s already been over a week since my birthday! I would have shared the details earlier, but I got incredibly sick the day after. So here it goes… There was a sweet surprise waiting for me at the airport when I arrived in San Diego. The weekend was filled with other sweet treats, like a getaway to LA with the boyfriend, a date with Mickey, and a wonderful evening with fabulous friends!! And I can’t forget the best red velvet cupcakes I’ve ever tasted, courtesy of my sister 🙂

a touch of red

oceanfront in the fall at Terranea Resort

Holiday Mickey

Au Revoir, San Diego

Weekend shots

I’m back from my San Diego trip, and it looks like I came back with a small cold.  😦 What I didn’t come back with, was my cell phone.  I guess I left it in a taxi, and after multiple calls and text messages I came to the realization that I’m not getting my smart-phone back.   What really bums me out, is not having a camera.  I didn’t get to take as many pictures as I wanted this past weekend, but I did get to spend some amazing time with the ones I love. 

My Grandma and my cousin Dani are visiting from Bolivia and they joined us for breakfast at the beach.  I convinced my sister to take the train from Santa Barbara, so the whole family made it out to SD.   The weather was amazing and we loved it every single second under the sun. The last time I saw my grandma, was about 6 years ago, so this visit was long overdue.

At night, we made room for a little drinks and dancing. I miss these gals.  First time I’ve seen them since I moved to SF

Spent some QT time with the ones I love, which is always a good thing 🙂

Until next time San Diego, I’ll see you in a month!