foodbuzz numero tres
After our humungo meal at Greenleaf we ventured back to Hotel Vitale and got a table with the girls. I was just so incredibly stuffed though that I didn’t get a thing. Water was the only thing I consumed, and my belt on my dress had to be taken off haha. Indulgent night. What cracked me up was that on the ceiling of the bar were paintings of men in bed. hahaha.
We arrived at our Nature’s Pride brunch which was our last Foodbuzz event. This was a delicious meal that brought our weekend as a group some closure. It was sad how quickly it flew by, but it was great to have one last meal together.
We all had our minds set on going to the Cliffhouse. We had been told the night before that this was a sight to see. A restaurant on the edge of the pacific ocean that had the most beautiful views. We decided to walk over. Allison and Quinn headed on over first. Jasmine, Janetha and I decided to do a little shopping first then meet up with them. On the way over we found the City’s farmers market. Everything was so fresh and beautiful. I wanted to buy all of the produce. There were a TON of squash, and it made me think of Miss Heather 🙂
At this point Jasmine had to go back to the hotel to get to the airport to catch her flight. Janetha and I figured we’d keep on walking until we saw a bus to help take us there. While we were in the Puma store, the sales lady told us definitely not to walk there. We ended up walking for about 2 hours, up and down the San Francisco hills and seeing the most gorgeous houses. We ended up in a beautiful park and took one last picture before we called the walk quits and decided to call a cab. The Cliffhouse didn’t seem as close as we had hoped.
When we finally got a cab, we told the driver where we were headed and that we had already walked 2 hours to get there. He laughed at us and told us we were still so far away. After a $20 cab ride, we finally arrived.
It was even more beautiful than I expected.
It was the perfect ending to a perfect trip 🙂 These girls were amazing.
Since my flight was messed up in the beginning they agreed to let me stay longer in San Fran and let me take the red eye home Sunday night. I got there early since everyone else’s flight left before mine and took a snooze as soon as I took a seat. When I woke up, I saw Meghann’s smiling face across from me 🙂 She was on the same flight and I was so happy to have her there with me! She is such a dollfaceeee. It was a first red eye experience for the both of us.
I am so incredibly happy that I took the chance to have this experience. When I first got the e-mail about it, I thought it sounded amazing, but didn’t think I had the guts to travel by myself, to a place i’d never been (never been to the west coast at all) with people I hadn’t met in person yet. I couldn’t be happier with my gut instinct to go and live my life to the fullest. Now I have so many new friends, and so many more passions that I want to pursue. Leaving San Francisco after meeting so many determined and uplifting women left me with a new inspiration. I want to make myself a better runner, a better yogi, and continue to strive for new goals and to reach them.
I will never forget my time in San Francisco ❤