Saturday greeted us with bright blue skies and plenty of sun.
We headed back to Cafe Breeze for breakfast. I really like the food here and the outdoor patio area is just too pretty! You can’t help but feel happy in the colorful scenery.
Water and coffee = our 2 morning essentials.
I got the New Fashion French Toast with sweetened coconut to stay with the tropical theme.
The dish gave me an idea for something fun to try when I get home. Nom!
Hubby got the Eggs Benedict.
Hubby and I explored a little bit. The weather was just amazing!
Here’s where we were supposed to do our post-wedding-ceremony photos…too bad we got rained out! 🙁 Not getting my post-ceremony photos was my biggest disappointment, but if that’s the worst thing that happened at my wedding, that means I’m extremely thankful everything else was so AWESOME!
After our “photo shoot”, it was time for me to…
…hit the SPA! I took a trip to the Senses Spa at the Radisson, which is where they did my hair for my wedding! And they did a fabulous job may I add.
I had a lil birthday treatment – a 25 minute neck, shoulder, back massage and an “Ocean Bath” in the spa’s hydro tub. I LOVED the massage and the bath was pretty fab, too, but I think I’ll stick with more hands-on treatments next time. I had a really hard time picking my treatment, actually, and almost did a body wrap, but since I have no idea what that is, I figured it would be best to stick to the massage to work out some stress kinks in my upper body.
What’s your favorite spa treatment and why? Maybe I’ll try something new using your suggestions!
6 thoughts on “Breakfast + Spa in Freeport”
Oh my goodness you two eat breakfast like my sailorman and I! He is a consistent Eggs Benny man and anything with carbs and tropical fruit = HEAVEN for me!!!
My favorite spa treatment is a massage. Plain and simple. Followed by anything that involves “soaking”. Mmm Mmm good!
Not quite so spa like, I am also a HUGE fan of eyelash tinting, I used to get my eyelashes tinted black at the beginning on the summer during University so that I could avoid wearing mascara all summer long (oh the joys of being a blonde!)
It looks so pretty there!
I have never been to a spa. They sound amazingly relaxing, though. By the end of this semester, I’m sure I’ll be in need of a nice spa treatment!
I just got back from a Spa vacation. My fav treatment is a Hot Stone Massage. It’s a massage where they use hot stones to rub you down and they also use those stones to lay on energy spots and then you get to relax. I’m not a fan of traditional massages as I don’t like the feeling of somebodys fingers or hands kneading my muscles.
A body Wrap is a fun thing to. They will usually smear some base cream all over your body and then wrap you in foil. Then you get to lie down and get comfy while the stuff does it’s work. I like ’em but if you’re a sensitive person like my Mom who usually has the feeling of a thousand ants running around on her body while the stuff soaks in it might not be for you. I usually just close my eyes and go to sleep so it’s perfect for me 😉
I usually go for the massages, facials and pedicures. However I would love to do a hot stone massage.