Note: some of the photos might be showing up sideways for you — sorry! Having a hard time fixing this so I’m just goin’ with it 😉
Good afternoon friends! I’m writing your from Amsterdam Coffee Shop in Paso Robles. Marco is out meeting with someone, so I’m taking a few hours to work before we come home 🙂
I’ve taken pictures through yesterday and today, so I figured I’d share for today’s post!
We left town yesterday around 1:00 and stopped at Taqueria Vallarta before leaving Ventura. I got two steak street tacos.
On our way to Paso, we stopped in SLO to get a coffee and I bumped into my new friend Hannah 🙂 That was random and fun!
We got to Paso Robles around 4:00. This was the view outside of our room at the Paso Robles Inn. So cute! Nothing beats our SLO Apple Farm though 🙂
For dinner we went to Berry Hill Bistro. I started dinner with a side salad with creamy mediterranean dressing. No idea what it was but it sure was good 🙂
For dinner I ordered a Chicken Florentine Panini. They had gluten free bread option, so I chose that. This was pretty good… The spinach was a little funky, so I took most of it out, but everything was good. The pesto inside did the trick 😉
I took a selfie in the room because I like documenting trips, and I like taking pictures. Guilty! The husband? He could really care less. Plus, by the time I asked him to take a picture, his shirt was off and he was ready to relax. Haha! No shame selfies then.
We woke up to the same beautiful, sunny view. Marco slept until 9:00. I got up at 7:00 and had such a sweet time of quiet studying and reading. I worked on my Beth Moore study and read a chapter in my Soul Keeping book.
We went to a late breakfast around 10:30. I ordered eggs, potatoes, and bacon. I love bacon from restaurants. So thick and crispy! This breakfast has to hold us over until dinner just because of the structure of our day — I ate my whole plate. It was delish!
Now I’m sitting here at Amsterdam sipping an iced Americano with soy getting work done for the day. I’ll be here for a few hours until I meet up with the Husband again, then we’ll be headed back home. I’ve got a full week ahead. A great balance of work and friends/family time.
To end this post… I’m debating on a pair of sandals as I sit here for a few hours (they’re on hold at a cute shop down the road). They’re super comfy, cute, and are priced at $59.00.
What do you think? Would you buy em’?
I think I like them a lot. Okay, I like them a lot!