In May I took a birthday trip to Topanga, Ca for a weekend get away. I explored and took lots of pretty photos. The hills were daunting and exhilarating.
The Bungalow One was charming. The natural light spilled in and made my heart warm. Waking up to the sunshine, cuddled in a thick comforter, brought a smile to my face in the morning. I took long hot bubble baths and enjoyed the quiet time. I have yet to stay in a more beautiful place. The outside area was just as fun and exciting.
I honestly spent most of weekend eating lol I stopped for Donut Friend ( a must for all my emo loving friends). The Yellow Carrot is my fav! Cooked a cute dinner and poured a glass of wine. I grabbed Silver Lake Ramen and ate on the beach. Eating on the beach has become a trend while in California.
The weekends are quick but the memories made are unforgettable.
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Portland , where uniqueness is celebrated.
My best friend and I planned a 2020 Disney trip and we were sadly let down due to Covid. We had to reschedule our trip and pick a new place to socially distance from the world. The next thing I knew we were catching a 6 hour flight to Portland, Or. Portland has been a dream destination. Gimee all the quirky coffee shops and dive bars.
We spent our time at The Juniper House. A cute airbnb that was so stylish and sophisticated. We enjoyed staying in so much that we drank on the patio and watched the sunsets.
Portland was closed for the most part due to Corona Virus but we took a drive to Multnomah Falls and Washington. Driving through the mountains was a freeing feeling. Watching Kaci’s face as she explored her first real mountain adventure was even better.
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Waco, Texas stole a little piece of my heart.
From cooking Magnolia farms recipes in The Silo House to late night cheeto snacks in the kitchen. Texas did not disappoint.
Flying into the Austin-Bergstrom airport I made my way to Magnolia Market to tour the grounds. They were closed but I met a cute family also passing by and we captured photos of each other and walked around. I cant wait to go back to actually tour the inside of the shops and experience all this place has to offer!
I booked an Airbnb and it was honestly the cutest thing I have ever experienced. The Silo House at laughing Llama farms. You are introduced by Llamas who love to eat from your palm. The Silo was colorful and vibrant. Im a sucker for all outdoor showers so this was an amazing feature.
The Silo House was secluded and just far enough out of town to enjoy some quality down time. In this time recipes were cooked, wine was poured, and dancing was happening. It was a peaceful moment that I often reflect on.
The following day I headed back to Austin to catch my flight home. I had to stop for the infamous Torchy’s Tacos and see some of the beautiful Austin murals!
If you’re ever in need of a quiet weekend getaway this is the place for you!