Happy Easter! 🙂 I hope everyone had a nice holiday!
A few weeks ago, I had a day trip to Washington, D.C., so I took Matt on a tour of Georgetown. I lived most recently in North Carolina, but I actually grew up right outside Washington, D.C. and had an internship in the city a couple of summers ago (fun fact: I’ve been to 2 press conferences in the White House!), so I’ve seen all the museums and typical touristy spots tons of times. Matt hadn’t been to Georgetown, which is one of my favorite parts of the city, so we walked around and took lots of pictures! It was such a beautiful day and I took TONS of photos (what a surprise, right?), so this will be broken up into a couple of posts!
If you haven’t been to Georgetown yet, I highly recommend it! It’s a bit of a walk because there isn’t a metro stop in that area, but it’s definitely worth it. Also, for any fans of the TLC show DC Cupcakes, the bakery is right in Georgetown and the cupcakes are amazing!
You’ll soon learn that I LOVE sun flares in pictures!
The sky was so beautiful and bright blue!
Georgetown is known for its Victorian styled buildings and houses
The houses are so quaint and cute (and expensive!), and I’ll have more house pictures coming in future posts!
There are so many neat antique stores!
This is the oldest house in Washington, D.C.! It was built before the Revolutionary War
As you can see, the streets get fairly crowded on nice days!
Has anyone been to Georgetown? If you have, where is your favorite place to go? Comment below! 🙂
If anyone is interested, I have a new article up on Acculturated!