Last night I was back at the gym teaching classes.
I made my way through. I’m not entirely sure what I said or did. Ha ha.
I do know I made it home just in time to read and snuggle enough with these two.
I was back at it again today with a class. Favorite move from today was this one.
The 15 second video is here.
I’m not sure how you do it when you travel, but when Andrew and I are doing the vacation thing we try to eat at all the best places.
Although our trip to San Francisco was a quick one, we did just that though.
Yeah, the view from the hotel was pretty awesome.
Saturday night before the race we knew we wanted to go eat pizza at the same restaurant we did the last time.
This time there was over an hour wait. Why the heck is everywhere in San Francisco so crowded? WE stuck it out and were so glad we did.
Patxi’s is the best.
Random, but at every table they had a jar of honey. We had to ask what that was all about.
They told us that since they don’t serve dessert, they give people honey to put on the leftover crust from the pizza.
I was tempted to try it, but I just couldn’t do it. Sounds like a pretty good idea though.
We shared a salad
and the I had the most expensive pizza ever. I couldn’t decide what topping I wanted to I just kept adding more. I had a total of 8 toppings on my pizza and none of them were cheese. Pretty funny.
I went with the whole wheat crust and it was darn fabulous.
Andrew was smart and just ordered off the menu.
They were pretty impressed with our ability to each eat an entire pizza. Too bad we didn’t get a discount or something for doing that though. Ha.
After the race on Sunday we headed out to find some breakfast.
We tried to go to Mama’s, but when we got there the line was way too long and it was over a two hour wait. There was no way in heck I was waiting that long after a marathon to eat so we found Park Tavern just a block away.
We liked the look of the drinks so we gave it a go.
I thought I’d sport my medal around because someone once told me that’s what the cool people do.
Andrew wasn’t too impressed. We were impressed though with our breakfast.
We drank a lot of coffee while we were there.
We also had a few other fun cocktails.
The Tipsy Pig was a really fun place.
The Strawberry Fields drink was really good.
So was just the time hanging out at the bar.
For our big dinner date we went for Thai food at Lemongrass.
Yep, still sported my medal.
I finally took it off.
I don’t remember our exact order. We don’t do Thai food very often so we don’t really know what the good things to order are, but we liked what we got.
chicken pad thai and one other spicy seafood dish.
They brought some extra peppers on the side for me.
Gotta love that.
I begged Andrew to go to Ghirardelli Square since we didn’t make it there the last time.
Again, super crowded, but the long line and the wait was worth it.
Oh heck yes.
Random, but these lights at the hotel were awesome. I kind of want some like it all around our house.
Wouldn’t that be cool?
We hit up Noah’s for our last meal.
Wait, that’s not entirely true. I got us bagels and coffee and brought them back to the room so we could eat while watching a little Live With Kelly and Michael.
My order was once again high maintenance. It’s a good thing we don’t go out to eat that often.
Being high maintenance pays off though when you get awesome bagel breakfast sandwiches like this one.
I forgot how delicious pumpernickel bagels are. I’m going to have to get them more often.
SO yeah, we ate and drank pretty well in San Francisco. We usually do though wherever we go. It’s our thing. Ha.
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Have a great night!
How do you decide where to eat when on vacation?
Is there a specific food you always tend to have?
What’s the best restaurant ever you’ve eaten at on a trip?