After lunch on Day #2 I hopped in my rental car and drove around exploring the neighborhoods and taking in the architecture. I had read that The Estate Sale Company was a place that I couldn’t miss and boy were they right! I was in absolute heaven! The store spans an entire block on Highway 111 and I only wish that I could have transported a truckload of furniture back to my apartment in Brooklyn! I didn’t take any photos because I was too busy oogling everything but if you are in the area you must stop! After that I hopped across the street to The Parker which boasts interiors by Jonathan Adler.
Even though I had practically just eaten lunch I somehow found myself at Norma’s. I ordered a smoothie and drank it inside because I still hadn’t gotten used to the 110 degree weather.
I’ve been on a citrus brights kick lately and this wall hanging caught my eye
A peek into the grounds. I poked around and loved all of the semi private areas like the above fire pit and hammocks. The Parker felt more like a desert oasis to me than a hotel. I could totally see myself coming here and not even leaving the premise!