I was very lucky that before I left I got to make a trip to Washington D.C, Florida, and Arizona. In D.C. My first stop was D.C. I was visiting my best friend Jenna who is attending law school at American University (Impressive, I know, but don’t tell her I said that). D.C. has so much rich history and…. umm…. more rich history? I am not particularly fond of history. I don’t care to see where so and so did this 100 years ago… So what do you do in D.C. when your not a history buff?! Turns out you drink a lot of margaritas and sangria, that’s what we ended up doing anyways. Yes, we also went to the National Mall and saw all the beautiful monuments and went by the White House but we tried to stay clear of most of the major museums. We did go into the Natural History Museum (aka Science Museum) and the U.S History Museum (but really just to see the First Ladies Inauguration Dresses). Did you know that they have palm pilots, games boys, and old Nokia phones in there?! Come on, that just makes me feel old.
Additionally we went kayaking and paddle boarding in the Potomac, wine tasting in Virginia (if you ever go check out Fabioli Cellars, amazing!), and shopping in Georgetown. We toured the Capitol building and got library cards for the library of congress. We also somehow randomly went on the tour of Ford’s Theater and the house Lincoln died in (The waffle place across the street is awesome). See I guess we did get some history in! Oh and Jenna made me go to Church. Seriously I’m almost 24 years old and had never been to a Sunday service…. It was a really fun trip! I think Jenna’s only complaint was that I stayed on California time the whole trip!