There is absolutely nothing like the sunsets in Cabo, Mexico. That is, unless it's a full moon like it was last week, and then the sunsets are even more spectacular. The whole weekend we were there, we spent almost every evening on the beach, watching the incredible sunsets. There is something so relaxing and peaceful watching the sun go down while listening to the waves. Just looking at these photos make me miss it already! Take me back!
Quite possibly the most incredible sunset I've ever seen.
Moscow Mules on the deck watching the sunset... Pure bliss.
Nantucket houses have THE most incredible gardens I've ever seen. I swear, gardeners/landscapers must make bank on this island.
Shops along the harbor.
The hotel lobby at the Cliffside Beach Club.
The Sconset light house. Sad story about this one - they actually had to move the lighthouse back due to erosion on the cliffs, and now some of the houses on the edge are in danger of sliding away into the ocean. Crazy to think that some houses won't even be there in a couple years...
Doing what I do best... Shopping!
Dad & I sitting on the deck at the Cliffside. There was the most gorgeous wedding being held at the Galley that night (that we almost considered crashing).
Part two of my Nantucket travels! I hope you enjoyed the photos - I took far too many, and had a hard time deciding which ones to include! Nantucket is by far one of my favorite places ever. Our week consisted of wonderful weather, cool nights, great food, and the most gorgeous sunsets. Now, if only I could teleport myself back there on this Monday morning...
Aerial view of my favorite island.
Main street in town, the most perfect little town ever, with it's old cobblestone streets and brick sidewalks. So much history here (and awesome shopping of course).
The pool at the Cliffside Beach Club, where I spent my days.
Exploring in my new Peter Beaton top.
Dinner & drinks at the Galley Beach restaurant, which is immediately on the beach (you can literally have a table that sits on the sand). The views of the sunsets are incredible. One of my favorite spots in Nantucket.
The Cliffside Hotel & Beach Club, our home for the week.
The houses in Nantucket, especially Cliff road, are absolutely insane. This was one of my favorites...
Nantucket Boat Basin, aka the harbor.
Old school cobblestone street/hill that winds up next to Tommy Hilfiger's house.
Speaking of Tommy Hilfiger's house...
If you follow my Instagram, you've probably figured out by now that I spent the past week in Nantucket, one of my absolute favorite spots. There are really no words to describe how much I love this little island - the town, the restaurants, the matching houses... Everything about it is just perfection. We stayed at the Cliffside Hotel & Beach Club, which I would highly recommend. They have an incredible pool, the rooms are directly on the beach, and it's connected to the Galley Beach restaurant which is one of my favorite restaurants on the island. We also checked out Cru, which was right on the harbor and had wonderful food and atmosphere, but my top pick was for sure Lola 41. Lola 41 is famous for their burgers for sure, but everything on the menu is incredible (think lobster risotto, gnocchi, salads, and a whole sushi menu). They have a little bit of everything.
Of course we ended up doing so major shopping over the weekend, some of my favorite stores being Peter Beaton, Murray's Toggery Shop (gotta stock up on Nantucket reds of course!), NRO and Blue Beetle. We also hiked Sanford Farms and swung by the necessary sandwich staples: Fresh & Something Natural.
Stay tuned for the Nantucket part 2 post!