Last weekend my sister and I went on a little road trip down south. We stopped at Roger's Gardens in Newport Beach. I have read a lot about it and seen blogposts, but never experienced it in person. It did not disappoint. The weather was beautiful and there were amazing flowers everywhere.
What could be better?
We cruised around Balboa Island, did some shopping at Fashion Island and then spent the night at my favorite hotel down that way, the Hyatt Regency. The next day, we woke up to cloudy skies, and after breakfast we stopped at the historic Crystal Cove.
After a nice walk down the beach, we arrived at the cluster of old cottages where people have been camping for the summer since the early 1900s.
The history of this place is pretty fascinating. If you google, you can read more if you're interested.
As we continued south to San Clemente, the sun came out and it turned into a beautiful Southern California winter day.
I mean seriously, how lucky are we to live in So Cal?
I wouldn't trade it for anything.
And here is the view from my friend Judy's balcony, right by the San Clemente pier. I don't think I'd ever leave the balcony. Can you imagine the sunsets?
We continued on south stopping in Laguna Beach, Del Mar and Rancho Santa Fe where I had a work meeting on Monday morning. Unfortunately I did not play golf that day, but it was a beautiful course at the Santaluz Club.
We did a fair amount of shopping and I came home with a new pillow sham from Restoration Hardware, some cute black and white cocktail napkins, a couple of amber bottles and a cute little gold nut dish.
It was a pretty good weekend. Let's hope this one can hold up as well. It's three days long and going to be warm, so it's already got that goin' for it.
Wishing you a good one!
As always, thanks for visiting.