Hi friends, I hope you all had a great Easter weekend! We took Sunday off and went to Indian Springs in Calistoga for some floating and relaxing time. I can only recommended it if you live here in the Bay Area, but more about that later this week. Today I’m sharing another easy, but delicious breakfast recipe over at Clementine Daily. Ricotta & Avocado Toast with a hint of Dukkah for quick, simple breakfast with a twist. Get the recipe here and enjoy!
*This recipe first appeared on Clementine Daily.
Hi folks, it’s Easter weekend! Whether you are leaving for a small vacation or staying at home to spend some quality time with family and friends I hope you will have a fund and relaxed time. If you are staying at home and you need last-minute appetizer for your Easter brunch how about some super easy eggs with mustard-dill cream? I’m sharing my recipe for these delicious bites today on Glitter Guide. Made in no time, this appetizer is also perfect for any picnic bash or cocktail hour. So go get the recipe here and have a lovely, relaxed weekend.
Are you ready for the long Easter weekend guys? Planning any vacation? I know, traveling when the whole nation is on the move can be a little bit expensive. All hotels are booked and if you happen to find a room it’s usually twice as expensive. We try to avoid staying somewhere overnight for holidays, even if that’s the time when Patrick has some time off. But we still love to leave the city for a day trip and luckily here are so many great escapes within only 2 hours from San Francisco. Exploring, relaxing, eating good food and being home before 12am, in your own bed, can be as nice as a real vacation. So here are some ideas for you guys and my favorite 5 day trips around San Francisco. Happy Easter and Happy day tripping!
Drive up north to Tomales Bay and the Oyster Farms. Grab some cheese at the Point Rayes Station from the Cow Girl Creamery, some Oysters, find a hidden beach, spread your blanket and just relax. Check out what you can else to on this trip.
SANTA CRUZ & CARMEL VALLEY
Start this trip with good breakfast in Santa Cruz, watch the surfers at …. and then make your way to Cramel Valley and Refuge Spa for a day of white bathrobes, sauna, steam baths, relaxing pools and fire pits in the evening. Read more about the Santa Cruz & Carmel Valley trip.
HALF MOON BAY AND PESCADERO
Endless Beaches, a cute main street, antique shops, lighthouses and local farm stands. You can find all this on your way from Half Moon Bay to Pescadero.
It’s probably the classic one for Easter, but it’s still one of the prettiest escapes from San Francisco.
For the adventurer in you this trip is perfect. Endless hiking paths with amazing views. You don’t need more.