Sadly, lodging in San Francisco is not convenient to my son's home, nor cheap. Heck, even the Travelodge advertised as a "cheap" hotel is $170/night! So, as hard as it is, we bite the bullet and stay at a delightful Bed and Breakfast establishment about a quarter mile from the new family. The bed part is nice. The rooms are lovely, with beautiful antiques and bric a brac, in a beautiful victorian San Francisco home. But it is the breakfasts that won me over...
The large round table in the dining room can seat up to 10 guests.
Each morning, the table is set with beautiful hand-made china.
A bowl of yummy berries, hot coffee or tea, and juice awaits.
When you finish your berries,
the breakfast arrives.
Each day it is different.
Here are our breakfasts from our most recent trip:
Poached eggs on Black Forest ham
over a fresh Brioche from a local bakery.
|Spinach & mushroom quiche, sausage|
and Tartine's sour dough bread.
|Asparagus and cheese bread pudding,|
spinach salad and more yummy bread.
|Goat cheese shuffle, home made croissant|
and... sour dough bread.
|Sour dough waffles (using the starter that originally belonged to the|
proprietor's father) with fresh fruit, whipped cream and bacon.
the diet begins tomorrow.
Breakfast will not be much of an eye opener around here!