After Elle and I got done with our events last night we found a Mexican restaurant not far from the town of our second event. This was the most festive Mexican restaurant we have ever had the pleasure of experiencing. Bright, bold colors everywhere (kind of like Ciao Bella) and decorations that make you want to dance. Not to mention, I always order cheese nachos (yes I know, how adventurous of me) but usually it’s this cheap queso sauce. Not here. Here they melted three top quality kinds of cheeses and it was a wonderful meal to say the least. We ended the night watching Talladega Nights, always a classic.
This morning we started off with our first event in Seabrook, NH. This was our first event in New Hampshire. One of the first things we noticted was the lisence plates. While the South Carolina lisence plate had said ”Smiling Faces, Beautiful Places,” a very cheery saying; NH lisence plates say simply ”Live Free or Die.” We enjoy your intense passion New Hampshire! Anyway, we had a great spot right next to the sidewalk next to the front door. The morning started out overcast and chilly (with me wearing my fleece) but by the end it was beautiful, warm and sunny. We had a good bit of Shaw’s shoppers tell us they had seen Ciao Bella and wanted to try it.
This afternoon we traveled to Salem, NH. The manager was excited to have us there. Elle and I noticed this store called Christmas Tree Shop all over the area and this event just so happened to be located next to one. I got pretty excited because I love anything that’s festive, but I really love looking at Christmas decorations in the middle of summer. Come to find it’s a store that has a lot but no Christmas! Kind of like a Target. I think tonight I’m going to Google it and see where the name comes from. The favorite of both events today was the Chocolate Alba Hazelnut, but as always, people raved about the Blood Orange. We are now on the road back to the hotel and are pondering on what movie to see tonight. Check in tomorrow to find out!