Greg and I had been looking for a vacation…. I wanted a beach, he wanted “history”. Look at where we ended up. Only to find out that he doesn’t like museums as much as he thought he did, and that DC is freezing in February.
Here are the pictures of our adventure, split up by activity… not necessarily day.
We stayed at the Capital Hilton, which was nice but average. The best part about it was the location! We took an early flight which only took about an hour, and wandered for lunch. Read a full list of where we ate, and our reviews on my DC Yelp Page.
On one cold, very cold, wet day, we went to the Arlington Cemetery. It was very easy to get to and didn’t take much time. We luckily were able to see the changing of the guards.
We Spent a lot of time just mosying around, looking at the buildings, the architecture… and trying
I met up with my Bestie, Mikaela, who goes to school in Richmond. We were tourists and went to the top of the Post Office. It is free, and very unique and cool. It gave the most interesting views of the city… the build