Georgetown is a picturesque historical neighborhood in Washington, DC located right next to the Potomac River. With its beautiful architecture and endless bakeries, Georgetown is a must visit when in the nation’s capital. 11 things to do in Georgetown, DC with a map included!
We spent a beautiful afternoon wandering the nation’s capital and putting our FUJIFILM Instax to good use. Here’s our little photo series, showcasing Washington, DC through Instax!
Ai Weiwei has returned to the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC with his latest exhibit titled Trace. The exhibit features portraits of imprisoned political figures made completely by Legos.
There are so many FREE things to do in Washington DC, that you could easily plan your itinerary around only free attractions and still not get to everything! Here are a list of the nation’s capitals monuments, memorials, museums, and parks that are all free of charge. Map included!
The POW! WOW! DC murals conveniently mapped out so you can to check them out for yourself! All are located within walking distance from one another in the NoMa district of Washington, DC.
Welcome to Georgetown, Ladurée! Ladurée’s first Washington, DC location is conveniently located on M Street, in the heart of Georgetown. This location offers a tea room and a boutique for all your to-go pastry needs.
There’s simply too much to see and (more importantly) to eat in New York City. Twenty four hours in NYC is not nearly enough to see what the city has to offer. But sometimes that’s all you have.
Summer is right around the corner, which means it’s primetime to visit Washington DC. There are plenty of things to do in Washington DC in the summer, and luckily most of them are FREE! If you aren’t sure when to visit, try to plan around one of the summer festivals in Washington DC.
Heading to Philadelphia, PA this spring? If you’re in town between May 9th – June 11th, 2017, check out the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival! Last year was the festival’s first year, and this year it has returned with all-new lanterns.
In this extremely packed one day itinerary of Washington, DC we’ll hit up most of the monuments and memorials, a couple of museums and galleries, and a gorgeous waterfront. You’re going to be doing a lot of walking, so bring your comfiest shoes. Let’s go!