Thursday, July 25, 2013

Random Thursday: Beaches, Rustic Cabins Or Cities?

I freakin' suck at commenting on all your posts, my bad...sorry, peeps. It is one day closer to Friday though so woo-fucking-hoo! 

This weeks topic:

I thought and thought about this topic for hours but the truth is I still couldn't come up with an answer. 

I love them all, at different times of the year. If I absolutely had to pick one though, I'd have to pick a vacation in the city. There's just something awesome about having lots of options on things to do. I thrive on chaos and keeping busy. Granted, the solitude of a cabin or the relaxing vibes from a beach would be cool too but if it's a trip longer than 3 days I want shit to do.

The last few trips Rusty and I have taken have been to Las Vegas, Hollywood, San Diego, Las Vegas again and next up is San Francisco. Have any of you been to San Fran? If so, give me some pointers - what should we check out?

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  1. I guess I have to agree - for me, a perfect holiday needs a combination of all three of them. The only downside of this kind of holiday arrangement is that you probably need a ginormous suitcase to be properly dressed for all occasions, right? ;-)
    Have fun in SanFran! I'm sure you'll love it there!

  2. I also love getting away from everything--but I agree, after a few days you need something to do!!

  3. If you want tips on San Fran you need to go ask Tiffany @ Figuring Out The Plot. http://tiffanyd22.blogspot.se

  4. I'm a bad blog friend. But...I'm back. And I LOVE San Francisco. You have to do all the touristy things: eat clam chowder (or shrimp cocktail) at Pier 39/Fisherman's Wharf (and check out the sea lions), go down Lombard Street (windiest street), free Coit Tower Lookout to see the whole city, See's Candy factory or just eat some Ghirardelli chocolate, ride a trolley, take a photo in front of the full house view (Alamo square), Alcatraz tour (you need reservations), visit Chinatown, Golden Gate Bridge it up. Make sure you bring a hoody...it's always breezy there! Eat at Ike's place.


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