Road Trip to Cali, Anyone?

June 9, 2018

Ahhhh!! Hi, hi, hi! So glad I get to finally write this post. I’m so excited to share the details and photos from my road trip with you guys. 


Because we visited so many different places, I’m going to be breaking the trip into three different posts (and tons of OOTD posts), because they’ll each run lengthier with tons of pictures and more!


When we started our trip from The Cities to San Francisco, our original idea was to drive all the way through and just take turns driving. We took I-80 almost the entire way, making a detour to Denver to stop for breakfast at 3AM. From there, we made our way through the Rocky Mountains. 








































After driving through the mountains for about 18 hours, we decided that our first stop would be South Lake Tahoe, since we still had one night before our actual hotel booking in San Fran. 


Talk about views. We arrived pretty late to Tahoe, so the drive through the forest was dark and dreary, but it held a very calming, cool aesthetic to it. 







The drive out of South Lake Tahoe was also through the mountains/forest, and in all honesty, it was the most beautiful scenic drive I’ve ever partaken in. 


































Ultimately, it was peaceful. We put on Apple Music’s “Mellow Vibes” Playlist, and it created the most relaxing atmosphere. It’s crazy to think people actually live out there and get to see these views everyday. 


The drive took about 3-4 hours, and the change in atmosphere from the forest to the Bay Area was undoubtfully drastic. Within the span of five hours, we went from calm to complete chaos (but in a good way). 


Driving into San Fran is a once in a lifetime experience. You enter through a one-way bridge, with the city skyline in front of you, the Golden Gate Bridge afar to the right, Alcatraz Island on your right, and the ocean all around. 


For those looking to travel to San Fran and entering from the Northeast, the road into the City is a toll (the only one we hit the entire way down!), and it does take quite a while to get over the bridge due to traffic. And once you’re emerged into the city, traffic is also very heavy, but it’s expected. 


First things first, if you’re ever in the Bay Area, head to the Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s home to tons of shops and restaurants with glorious seafood. 
















We spotted