Hello everyone! So even though I am entering my last year at school, San Diego continues to surprise me and offer me something new everyday. It is a city so full of life! With the gorgeous downtown skyline against the blue bay, it’s the best of both worlds. It’s been a blessing to go to school there and I could see myself living there in the future. Yesterday I had some great adventures around the city that I have never experienced before. Thought I would share it with you guys and give you some activity ideas if you are visiting soon!
We started the day by renting some city bikes for a couple of hours. I believe it was about $12 for two hours and $8 for one hour. Starting in front of city hall, we made our way towards Seaport Village and stopped at Starbucks for nice cold cup of water. It was the perfect day for this activity but still on the warmer side. Then, we made our way towards the convention center and rode along the water. Taking a little break under the shade of a tree in a large grassy area was my perfect moment. Hopping back on the bikes, we made our way into Gaslamp Quarter and into Little Italy. It was then about an hour and a half into our ride when we decided to return the bikes and stop at a cafe called Lofty Coffee Co. They had a delicious gluten free chocolate chip cookie and the inside of the shop was so cute! It was completely my aesthetic with a view of the farmer’s market along the streets. It was time for us to make our way back to the car which was a short walk back to city hall.
For dinner we went to a restaurant right on the waterfront. It had the most perfect view of the San Diego skyline and Coronado bridge. Here’s where I want to be perfectly honest on my blog. I love sharing my experiences both good and bad, so here it goes. The atmosphere of this restaurant was amazing, however the food ended up making us very sick and I do not want to recommend any restaurant that will do the same to my readers. The art by the restaurant and the walk around its premises was beautiful, so its very unfortunate that we had a bad experience when it came to the food. I would recommend visiting it for the view of course, but maybe not for a nice meal.
Quick OOTD: Usually I have very bad luck when it comes to rompers, but recently I found this beautiful black one from Owl Fish! The neckline is cut in a V shape and the bottom portion has layers of fabric that makes it very flowy and dress-like. It is very elegant while also being very flirty. A cute blush bralette worked very well for underneath it. I paired the romper with simple nude shoes with a slight heel that I have been wearing everywhere lately! Lastly, my light blue purse is something I picked up when I was in Italy (little preview for my next Travel Journal post!)
Hope you all are having a great start to your week, and I hope my honesty when it comes to reviews is okay with you guys! Until next time! xx