(Photo from Marriott website) So we just returned from the absolute best Valentine's Day I have ever had.
Seriously. Four days in beautiful San Francisco with my hubby (of 15 years this month I might add.)
(Unknown photo credit) Let me just say, it is a good thing there are a lot of hills to walk in that city because I ate..... I ATE A LOT. Our hotel was at the very top of the hill in this old photo.
(Photo from Marriott website) We stayed at the Stanford Court Renaissance Hotel by Marriott. Our room was small but really comfy and stylish. Also a super location.
(Photo from Marriott website) And no, I never saw the inside of this room.
I have to say the thing I liked best about San Fran was the architecture.
(Andrew Novak Photo) And if you have ever seen the size of Nordstrom at Union Square, that is saying a lot.
So when I got home on Monday night I did the first thing I always do when I come home from a trip (and no it is not unpacking.......still not done.) No, the first thing I do is look at Real Estate listings. And as I'm sure you can guess, San Francisco has some dandies.
(Listing Provided Courtesy of: David Bellings, Coldwell Banker, here) If you have $12 million to spend I have just the place for you.
The house is over 9,000 square feet, and was built in 1904. (Interesting that it survived the big earthquake in 1906).
This house almost makes me want to cry.
No seriously, I have tears.
This is a really great use of the space in the master.