Neighborhood Strollin’

As long as I’ve lived in San Diego (my whole life) and as small as it is compared to your typical big city, I swear I always manage to find something or some place new and amazing (or at least, new to me).  It’s always a new/delicious deli or restaurant, store, boutique, grassy spot, hidden hiking trail, amazing view, and more.  It’s even more bizarre to me when I find these in places I thought I already knew pretty well.  Marcos and I ventured off into North Park/Golden Hill.  We first stopped at Eclipse Chocolate, & this time we tried a beer float (gelato topped w/ beer).  It was fluffy and bubbly.  In terms of flavor, not what I was expecting, possibly due to their selection of beers not going quite well with the gelato.

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Walking around, we found this tiny alley with architecture and art studios, kind of neat.  I’d heard of it before, I just never knew where it actually was.

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We also visited Pigment, one of my new favorite guilty pleasure stores.  Everything is overly cute and over priced, so it’s mostly a window-shop kind of place. It’s also a place that you cry, because you can’t afford most things in the store, minus the $2.50 chocolate bar that should really only cost $0.99. Image

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It was a lucky day for me.  I ran into this great pair of vintage Cole Haan flats.  It’s all pretty exciting.

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