A few weeks ago, my beloved and I had a chance to escape for the weekend to Palm Springs to celebrate our 4th anniversary. And, since, I have a new camera to mess with now, I thought I would just share some pics from our weekend and my attempts at learning how to use this tool of modern technology.
Bear with me.. I am a complete novice!
It was the best weekend - the weather was warm but not too hot, the food was great, the company was perfect.
|We stayed at the Alcazar - a smaller hotel but perfect for our weekend. Very quiet & serene. I highly recommend it for a getaway.|
|One of the gates at the hotel - beautiful colored glass w/wrought iron|
|The courtyard had these water walls - they were so cool.|
|The pool - very quiet and simple|
|Alcazar is on Palm Canyon Drive - very centrally located - and within walking distance|
to almost everything
|Our first stop on Saturday morning was brunch at Pinocchio's. It came highly recommended for its all-you-can-drink mimosas and they definitely delivered!|
|One of many large art installments along our walk to breakfast|
|I loved the colors of this bike shop against the mountains & sky|
|And it was pretty cool in black & white, too!|
|Looking sassy for our date|
(Admittedly, not the best photo but the best we could do without
a tripod or a 3rd person to take the picture)
|Sunday Morning Brunch was had at Cheeky's - conveniently attached to the front side of Alcazar. The wait is long but the food is worth it.|
|Palm Springs is pretty dog-friendly (I think most cities|
in Southern California are jumping on this train) but I
just loved how the idea of bringing your pooch
to brunch was so normal.
|You read the paper, they sniff.|
|This man's pants were so sassy I had to capture their awesomeness.|
|The man who puts up with me... and puts up with me|
taking like 12 pictures of him in a row while practicing
my skills (or lack thereof)
Isn't he photogenic?!
After looking through these pictures it looks like all we did was eat... which is, in fact, a pretty accurate depiction of our activities that weekend. Having a 2-year old we don't get to eat out much - and if we do we are trying to get in and out as fast as possible. It was great to be able to linger over our leisurely meals, have meaningful conversations and actually enjoy each other - no crayons or kids menus involved.
A perfect anniversary weekend!