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Beiñ RoadTrip (Part I)

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BEIÑ ROADTRIP

After 8 days in a trip, we’re back in New York. Here you can read our diary’s trip where you can see what we visited, how we lived it and, for sure, our outfits.

Day 1 NYC-LAS VEGAS

We start the Roadtrip! We got a flight direction to Las Vegas, the city of the games. After 5 hours, finally we arrived. The suitcases were full and we had a lot of energy. We walked around to Las Vegas Boulevard, also know as The Strip. This is the main street where you can find the most important hotels; Caesars Palace, Bellagio, MGM…

The outfit was casual and so comfortable to travel and be adequate to Nevada’s weather and with a hipster touch with the hat. Anyway, the trendy in Las Vegas is a party and elegant outfit with high heels and long dresses for her and tie and smoking for him.

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Day 2 LAS VEGAS-GRAND CANYON

The second day we woke up really early, at 4 am in the morning! We decided to wear a sportive outfit because we going to the mountain and we wore the Red and Rouge turbans. They kept our heads warm with style

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After two hours in the bus, finally we arrived to the Hulapai Ranch in the Grand Canyon West. There were amazing views, the kind of that they take your breath. You can’t imagine how beautiful is until you are there. The colours were mixed between the rocks and the plants. It was so cold but we were well sheltered and fashion as always. After take the traditional American lunch with mash potatoes and gravy with meat, we decided to climb up until the Eagle Point.

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From that point you could see better the Grand Canyon, no words. When we come back to Las Vegas, we visited the famous Welcome to Las Vegas Sign and the wedding chapel’s Street.

 

Day 3 LAS VEGAS-SANTA BARBARA-SOLVANG-SAN JOSE

The third day was a road day. We left Nevada and we visited the Hover Dam, highly recommended. We drove until California, a few hours and an amazing weather was the result. In Santa Barbara we visited a Pier with some stores, where you could relax while you were looking the coconut trees. Our next stop was Solvang, a little village where everything is inspired by the Danish architecture. It seems that you where in a fairy tale. We finished the day in San José; it was an hour driving until San Francisco. This city was charmed where you could see a few of the Californian style; print t-shirts, shorts, hats, the surfer style. For that day I decided to wear destroyed boyfriend jeans and platform’s sneakers, also a print t-shirt and a jacket. We ended the day taking some cocktails in a Mexican bar.

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Day 4 SAN JOSE-SAN FRANCISCO

Another rise early morning, we arrived at first hour to the Golden Gate, it is as big as it looks and much bigger. We were well covers with other of our favorite Red and Rouge turbans for the day combined with converse and a knee cut jean.

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Also I wore a sweater and a good coat; it was the perfect outfit for a tourist. We visited the Alcatraz Jail, the Pier 39(where you can see sea lions) and Lombard Street, the most steeped street in San Francisco.

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We spent the afternoon in the City Hall, where there are the City Hall, the San Francisco Library and big and nice gardens to chill out. The fashion in San Francisco is not the same as in LA, basically because of the weather. It was more similar to New York but more conservative.

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To be continued...

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