Part 2 is here! (It took awhile because I went to New York City for a few days.) While we were leaving Salt Lake City for Laramie, Wyoming Eddie and I were getting pretty nostalgic. The roads looked very similar to Southern California’s Disneyland’s new ride, Cars. Eddie and I used to have season passes to Disneyland which let us go quite often, some months almost weekly.
Eddie and I have finally moved into our new place in Pennsylvania and we are starting to get settled in. Here’s our story of the road trip from San Jose, California to Hershey, Pennsylvania in pictures.
I had the chance to go to Berkeley with my brother and Edward before we left for the east coast. We woke up pretty early because my brother had to get to work. We didn’t have many choices to eat breakfast at so we decided to go to Oliveto’s Cafe because it was the most convenient. We ordered the usual breakfast items; eggs, toast with jam, tea, omelets. It was good, but nothing too out of the ordinary. After we ate, we walked around the block exploring the city a little bit. We ended up in a market next to Oliveto’s Cafe. I can’t remember the name of the store (maybe it’s Highwire?) They had a great selection of meats, cheese, and breads.
San Francisco has a special place in my heart. Mostly because I spent my childhood here. This is the place where I’ve made memories with friends and family. Certain places, such as Tartine, have a special place in my heart. I used to come here during high school with my girlfriends to gossip and eat delicious carbohydrates over a cup of coffee.
I’m so happy to announce that Edward and I will be starting our next phase of live at Penn Medical Center! I am so excited to do a cross country trip!
On that note, I will be missing one thing for sure. Mexican food. Specifically, the shrimp burrito from Molca Salsa on Beach and Imperial. There are other Molca Salsas in Southern California, but that one is the best.
Shrimp burrito! The only thing I eat from Molca Salsa. We’re watching Grey’s Anatomy while we’re eating.