Over the Memorial Day long weekend I headed up to San Francisco and Napa Valley for a much needed getaway. I’ve been wanting to visit this area of California since I moved to L.A. almost 7 years ago, so it’s pretty ridiculous that it’s taken me this long to get up there! But as they say, better late than never. Plus, I couldn’t have been with better people to show me the ropes for my first trip, so it was all meant to be.
I ended up taking a bunch of pictures on my camera as well as some on my iphone, which turned out to be a bit of an organizational mess. I might eventually post some from my camera, but in the meantime here’s a few that I snapped on Instagram (Why didn’t I invent that thing?!):
The Adventure Begins…
ready to roadtrip: sunnies, scarf, snacks, camera, tunes, keys…
Golden Gate Bridge (which celebrated it’s 75th birthday over the Memorial Day weekend)
inside the Ferry Building market. this place was what I imagine heaven to be like.
meat. lots of it.
the most amazing farmer’s market I’ve ever been to outside of the Ferry Building
the Bullitt house!!!
the beautiful SFAI
my feet. this isn’t that interesting, but I liked the photo.
hallway/someone’s sculpture inside SFAI
Lin Yilin show
dinner menu at Zuni
the crazy zig-zag street
outside Molinari- a must stop for sandwiches
view from afar
the perfect breakfast before wine tasting (aka the good life)
vintage quilted Neiman Marcus garment bags at the house I was staying at
golden elephant glasses
a gluten free mexican chocolate brownie that changed my life. seriously.
pretty Napa road
the spice shop at the Oxbow Market
my new favorite thing: a truffle board!
view from the Rutherford winery
The Drive Home…
(Thank you P+C for the incredible trip. xo.)