Steve and I made a very short 36 hour trip to San Francisco last week.
I so wish it would have been a little longer, seeing it was my first time there.
We got upgraded for free to a suite at our hotel (yay Expedia!), but I'm pretty sure they made up for it with a $60 breakfast buffet and $57 Valet parking. I wish I was joking.
We of course had to see the Golden Gate Bridge and it was all it's chalked up to be, and the fog moved through so quickly we had to wait for the perfect moment to take a picture.
And we saw David Beckham on the trail, oh, wait no, that was just my hot husband.
(You can roll your eyes now)
Then we hit up China Town (which is one of my favorite NYC activities), and it did not disappoint.
I take that back, Steve bought a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup there that had to be at least 3 years old and it smelled like clothes your grandma has had in the back of her closet for 50 years.
But it did make for some good laughs, I guess the Chinese aren't into peanut butter in their treats.
Steve had to try on a hat and I was busting a gut, but a little weirded out thinking how many other people have probably had that hat on their head.
It was a very fleeting getaway, but who wouldn't love to come home to these cuties and give them their new pajamas.
Shirt: Down East Outfitters
Skirt: Made by me
Slip: Made by me