Thursday

Sunny Mornings in Coastal California

The mornings are so beautiful here in Monterey.
The light is peaceful, almost magical. 
I ask myself every day, why I don't live by the sea.
The little hotel we're staying at brings us a lovely (and free) continental breakfast to our room every morning. Isn't that sweet? 
I love staying in small family-run places... you always get a more personalized experience.

Because of the 3 hour time change, we're been getting up early (but secretly sleeping in on Montreal time), and enjoying that early morning sunshine.
I can't get over all the beautiful flowers here. 
It truly feels like Spring.
I hope you have a wonderful day!
oxo

14 comments:

  1. Aww..your morning sounds so fantastic and the photos are making me very happy! Enjoy your time there, darling. Kisses and hugs

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  2. looks wonderful! Holidays are the best!...make the most of every minute.....

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  3. Enjoy it! Must be great to get away from the cold.
    xoxo
    C.

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  4. beautiful pics. i've never stayed at a B&B type place. seems like the way to go.

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  5. Fun flower shots! The breakfast is so cute and thoughtfully put together. Enjoy the rest of your vacation!

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  6. I am very jealous! I love going to the west coast because of the fact that I enjoy mornings a lot more out there, he he. Soak up every minute!

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  7. looks so, so fabulous! enjoy your getaway and keep taking gorgeous pictures!

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  8. Those flowers are beautiful!! How sweet! I really need to take advantage of bed and breakfasts! =)

    Melanie's Randomness

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  9. You're in Monterey? That is my most favorite place! Gorgeous photos!

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  10. Looks like a gorgeous place! I hope you have a good time :)

    xo, gina

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  11. DIVINE! I love family owned as well!!! Have a fab trip, looks like your well on your way! xx.

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