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Guide to Cabo

August 24, 2017

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

{Blue Life One Piece // Ray-Ban Sunglasses}

guide to cabo

Guide to Cabo

guide to cabo

{Blue Life Bikini // Ray-Ban Sunglasses}

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

guide to cabo

Life has been crazy as of late with lots of life changes i.e. moving to Silver Lake, deciding to go back to school (eek!). Which is why I’ve taken a hiatus from Blonde Banter, but I’m back y’all! I decided to make my come back with a post about my 24th birthday trip to Cabo which was an absolute dream.

For my birthday this year, all I wanted was to lay on the beach with a margarita in one hand, a chip with guac on it in the other, and the sun beaming down on my face. So I said fuck it, let’s go to Cabo! If you live in SoCal, Cabo is the perfect weekend getaway. We went for only two nights and it was 100% worth the trip, it’s practically like flying to San Francisco for the weekend.

We stumbled upon the website Roomer when looking for hotels, knowing I really wanted to stay at The Cape and found a crazy deal for a room there through Roomer on Kayak. I had never heard of Roomer before so we were a little skeptical at first, but after looking up reviews we decided to just give it a try! Everything ended up going perfectly, our room was GORGEOUS (as you can see above), and they even left us a bottle of tequila with a birthday card & cake upon arrival. The 3 days we were there were beyond perfect, but since we weren’t there long & I mostly just wanted to lay by the pool, we didn’t do too much. So I’ve included a guide with what we did do as well as things I want to do next time we’re back (and we will be back) below!

TO STAY:
The Cape – Obviously my top choice, this hotel is an architectural/decor dream. 10/10 would recommend.
One & Only Palmilla – This is a very fancy nancy option, but I’ve heard it’s absolutely stunning. Also Forbes rated it the best hotel in Mexico two years ago, so that’s cool.
Las Ventanas – Also fancy & gorgeous.

TO EAT:
The Ledge – This is the restaurant at The Cape where they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner & holy wow I’ve never had such a good “hotel breakfast.” Get the chilaquiles & the french toast, you won’t regret it.
Flora’s Farm – We didn’t get the chance to go here but next time it’s first on my list!
Manta – The fancier restaurant at The Cape, which was delicious but The Ledge’s chilaquiles still win.
Los Tres Gallos – Recommended to us by the hotel, the mariachis playing American music was a little disconcerting but the food & drinks were dope.
El Farallon – If you want a super special, romantic dinner with insane views, go here.

xo, Linnea

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