Hallo friends! Happy Easter!
My spring break was
last week two weeks ago, but I’m just now getting to posting about it because I’m busy and in college because I spent my weekend getting tattooed, working, and volunteering at the art museum.
(So I’m not a total shit.)
But anyways…the title pretty much explains it all. My spring break included watching a whole season of Friends and hanging out with some aunts and cousins in Napa and San Francisco.
A whole bunch of candid photos of myself and some random pics of San Fran is pretty much what you can expect of this post. Someday I’ll get back to blogging like a real blogger (probably when my geography test this week is over and I don’t have to stress about that).
My aunt and I drove from her house in Napa Valley (where I spent the first few days of my spring break) to San Francisco. We ended up at Flax, which is the coolest art store I’ve ever been to. If you’re ever in San Fran and really like art stuff, you need to go to Flax. You have to!
Their stamp selection alone is worth a visit.
(Yes I just got really excited about stamps.)
(Yes, I’m still single.)
Then we went to a few little shops around the block…..
And then we ended up at Sight Glass.
Which was my haven. (I could almost hear “Smelly Cat” walking through the door…)
Seriously though, just leave me here with a few pairs of oxfords and some of my favorite CDs and I’ll be the happiest girl in the world.
(Sight Glass. Thank you for your amazing coffee and amazing boys. Also, thanks to the super nice employee who geeked out about coffee with me, gave me coffee bags, and kept his judgments to himself. You’re a swell guy).
Next was lunch at The Rotunda in Neiman Marcus.
I literally ate a cheese plate for lunch.
(Now accepting applications for boys who enjoy stamps, coffee, Friends and cheese. And girls who wear overalls…)
Chinatown was the next stop. I heart Chinatown.
Nothing makes me happier than doing touristy stuff in San Francisco. Even if I move here someday, I will probably spend my weekends in Chinatown.
And at Mocca. A must stop lunch place if you’re ever in town.
Get the turkey sandwich with brie and cranberries. Get iiiiiiit.
Remember the episode of Friends where Monica gives Ross her last leftover Thanksgiving sandwich? The one with the “moist maker” in between? The turkey sandwich at Mocca is a fancy version of that sandwich.
Also there’s no “moist maker”.
Which is fine with me.
Random hallway in Chinatown.
For my trip, I decided to wear my new (old) thrifted plum-colored velvet dress. It’s a new fave, and it looked great with my grey sweater. (SF is chilly!)
Thanks for reading my weird post about San Francisco, my clothes, and way too many Friends references.
What’s your favorite place?
*Song of the Day: I Left my Heart in San Francisco–Tony Bennett
(I really did.)