Welcome Back! What a crazy three months it has been for me. So much has happened I graduated from college with my bachelor’s degree in communications. A day after I graduated I got a phone call from Canon U.S.A that I got the job as an Administrative Assistant & I start the next day, talk about luck! Now that I’m settled in at my first big girl job I thought now is the perfect time to get back to my blog.
For those who have read my previous post, you know why you’re here reading this! For those who haven’t please go back and do so right now!! Just kidding you can continue reading all about the end of my California trip (But I highly recommend you read my last post). So my last three stops in California were Malibu, San Francisco, and Napa Valley.
Our last day in Los Angeles we stopped at Malibu to experience how Miley Cyrus felt in her song “Malibu”. Let me tell you Malibu definitely lives up to the hype everyone gives it. The sun was shining, there were surfers and beach babes in the water. What I love the most about California is the tons of cute chic boutiques and Malibu had plenty of it. We didn’t stay for long because the next day we had to drive 7 hours to San Francisco where we stayed for the remainder of our trip. But if I could spend a whole week in Malibu I would 100% do so.
Once we arrived in San Francisco the weather wasn’t as great as it was in Los Angeles. But that didn’t stop us from exploring the famous San Francisco. Our first stop was the golden gate bridge. Once we crossed over the bridge we found a spot where we could take pictures and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
After we went into town and decided to ride the trolly located at Fisherman’s Wharf. The Trolly took us to where the shopping stores and restaurants were.
Our next stop was the tourist spots the Full House House, and the Pink Ladies. For those who grew up watching Full House like myself know how exciting this was to see. Have Mercy this house hasn’t changed a bit. After the Full House House we went to The Pink Ladies which was also used in the show & there’s a lot more historical background behind it. If your interested to learn more about the Pink Ladies click on the hyperlink.
The 16th Ave Tiled Steps is a must see especially for those who are very artistic, or enjoy art in general. These tiled steps were beautifully painted!
If you are a coffee lover like myself HOME is the place to be they beautifully designed my cappuccino where I was afraid to even take a sip.
The next day consisted of wine tasting in Napa Valley. My favorite winery had to be the Beringer. This winery/mansion was huge, people have weddings, events, etc here. Definitely, a winery to experience.
Lastly had to take a pic by Napa Valley’s Welcome Sign.
As I mentioned in my last post there is so much more I experienced in California that I didn’t get to mention. But if you are traveling to California for the first time. These were the must go to spots to see.