I love that L.A. is a quick flight from San Francisco. As many times as I’ve been to L.A. I’m never tired of it. We seem to always find new places to see, people to meet, and food to eat. This trip was a week long getaway to cure cabin fever and traveling-with-an-infant nerves. Success. See a few photos I manage to NOT SHARE on Instagram. They’ve been sitting on my desk way too long!
On my desk was 100 degree weather and cacti as we went back to Palm Springs to celebrate our 1 year anniversary! We stayed at the same hotel, The Parker, but didn’t do all the same things. To our surprise, there was a lot left in Palm Springs for us to explore even though we did so much last year.
WTF is up with all this “glamping” glamour people are talking about? I want to know why someone would subject themselves to no plumbing and no wifi. I figured I’d test this experiment out in Malibu, California. On my desk today, I’ll share the place I stumbled upon perched on a high (maybe the highest) peak in Malibu! Let’s go glamping people!
What to do in the North Coast? Avoid stepping on cow dung while admiring the magnificent natural beauty this coast has to offer. Trails line the edge of the land while cows graze in peace. I know that cow dung and fresh air sounds like a weird mix, like pairing silver and gold accessories (news flash it works), but you will find it harmoniously cohabiting in the North Coast. Just watch where you step.
Every morning the comical inn keeper at The Coast Guard Inn, Mia, will greet you with a few “…because I’m a Jewish mother…” jokes. If these jokes don’t amuse you, it’s okay because Mia’s other talent is making you a hot and delicious breakfast.