Saturday night, following the show and a much needed shower scrub, us girls took a trip to In-N-Out Burger. Not a single one of us had ever had it before, so being that it was right across the street from the hotel (and we were exhausted), it was a must try!
It was by no means a five guys burger and fries, but it satisfied my craving for greasy and fried foods. We stopped in at Starbucks and picked up a couple of sweet treats: a chocolate chip muffin and a brown sugar and cinnamon pop tart. All just scrumptious!!!
Sunday morning we woke super early, so we laid around watching Bravo TV, giggling and catching up (just being super girly girls).
We saw a Dennys the night before and it was a must for post show day breakfast pancakes- where we weren’t too much trouble (our little inside joke of the morning).
We managed to find a mall and spent our day shopping. It was considered one of our “lightest” shopping days to date, considering we were near max capacity with our luggage- And of course we got some more eating in throughout the day.
While lunch was considered somewhat healthier (in comparison to burgers and fries), we did manage to find the Chocolate Factory, where I had a larger than usual peanut butter cup and chocolate ice-cream topped with all of the must haves. It was heaven 😉
I spent a large part of my evening in a food coma and managed to get in a nap. When it was time for dinner, we all decided that keeping it somewhat on the “lighter side” sounded like a good choice, so we caught an Uber to the nearest Panera Bread.
I almost forgot how amazing Panera is!!!! Following dinner, we opted to skip any sweet treats for the evening and decided rather than cab it back (it was just over 2 miles), that we would get some steps in. It was such a nice evening, hot, but there was a nice breeze and we all needed the movement.
Monday morning I woke bright and early and had my first post competition workout at the hotel.
I am definitely feeling fluffy after all my indulging, but it has all been guilt free and worth it 😉
Tomorrow we will be in Alabama where I will spend the summer with my family. Getting into a routine with training and tracking will be tough in the beginning, but I am stoked to spend this time with my family!!!