b'DAY 1 - Friday DAY 2 - SaturdayStart your day off with a caffeine jolt and a mouth-wa- Greet the day with a walking tour of the Village of tering pastry at Pine Scone Caf. Rejuvenate withPinehurst and coffee at The Roast Office. Check any of the pampering treatments at Absoluteout the fascinating history at Tufts Archives, Wellness Massage in Aberdeen or The Spa atand learn about the early days of golf and the Pinehurst. If you opt for something other than theVillage social life. Stop at the North Carolina spa, try a therapeutic class at Village Yoga, Art ofLiterary Hall of Fame in the Weymouth Center Motion Pilates or Hot Asana Yoga Studio. Stopfor the Arts and immerse yourself in a treasure by the utterly charming and refined Lady Bedfordstrove of southern writers and their work. If you Tea Parlour for lunch or tea. Revel in Victorianare in Southern Pines, enjoy lunch at Nosh the splendor, from the delicate fine china to the realDeli for an authentic New York deli experience. Devonshire cream. It wouldnt be a girlfriend getawayDrop in at Sweet Basil Caf for a light bite or without plenty of shopping, and the Village ofchoose Betsys Crepes & Paninis (they also Pinehurst doesnt disappoint. The Pinehurst Oliveserve a great breakfast!). After lunch you can Oil Company is a foodies dream. For an outdoorshop your way down Broad Street; dont miss the respite, the Sandhills Horticultural Gardenshandmade American goods on offer at R. Riveter offers a surprisingly complex series of beautifullyor the relaxed contemporary fashions at Morgan landscaped vignettes, from a tranquil Japanese zenMiller. Whet your appetite at the Wine Cellar & escape to a British-inspired masterpiece of hedgesTasting Room before dinner at Chef Warrens, a and gently tinkling fountains. Enjoy dinner at thefarm-fresh French-inspired bistro. An after-dinner divine Ironwood, home of trend-setting cuisine. Stopcocktail at The Jefferson Inns continues to offer by the Village Wine Shop for a glass of wine beforethe perfect venue for relaxing with old friends and dinner and pick up a bottle to take home. making new acquaintances, opeDAY 3 - SundayStop by The Bakehouse & Cafe, an Austrian-Spanish bakery with a display case of sugary creations or The Market Place for breakfast, and while youre there, stock up for a trip to Cameron for antiques or to pottery country. If you choose the pottery path, visit the famous pottery shops on Busbee Road and Linda Dalton Pottery for plenty of handcrafted souvenirs to take home. If youve planned ahead you can schedule a class with Linda. Or enjoy a peaceful country drive to visit the antique shops in Cameron and savor a lunch at The Twisted Grape.End your day and your getaway with one of the area restaurants youve had your eye on, like Marias Mexican Restaurant or Theos Taverna, both in the Village of Pinehurst. Spend the meal recounting the fun youve had and promising to get together again soon. P E R F E C T 3 D A Y S F O R G I R L S37 ::/homeofgolf @usahomeofgolf @homeofamericangolf'