Last month I was on the east coast and we spent three days in Washington, DC. You may have read my last post on how I stayed in an Airstream trailer through Airbnb in Arlington. We did quite a bit on our short trip to our nation's capitol, but three days was simply not enough to do everything we hoped to do. In fact, I have a feeling we may not have gotten to everything we wanted on a two week vacation. I'll go more in depth about this trip over the coming weeks, but for now, I though it would be fun to share some of the many photos I took.
|a flower in the children's garden of the U.S. Botanic Garden & Conservatory|
|planes used to be so much smaller|
|...and, ironically, much more comfortable.|
|I love how funky the Madame Tussaud's building is compared to the rest of the block|
|a heroic government pigeon spy|
|The opening of the 50 Years of Bond Villains exhibit at the Spy Museum|
|Large portions of the actual Berlin Wall|
You know I never go anywhere without trying some delicious foods.
|Yorkshire pudding and chicken curry poutine from Elephant & Castle|
|Lamb and other kinds of handmade sausages at the farmers' market|
|Visitors waiting to get into the White House|
|Unbelievable picture from the top of the Washington Monument|
|Washington Monument as seen from the Lincoln Memorial|
|Good ol' Honest Abe|
|Time to fly. A lovely picture of the city and the Potomac from the airplane window|