The Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival was one of the things in my bucket list before leaving DC.
The festival is DC’s largest all-local music benefit in support of Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region. Continue reading “Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival”
Today I finally went to the National Arboretum with a couple friends.
This place had been on my wish list for a long time but I had not managed to visit it up until now that I am about to move to Geneva.
Continue reading “DC discoveries: National Arboretum”
Here you will find a random selection of pictures that I’ve been taking during these past months in DC Continue reading “Random DC pictures”
Here I am again with another episode in my ‘Friday Discoveries‘ series. Continue reading “Sackler Gallery & National Museum of African Art”
Here are some pics of my recent Friday discoveries: the US Botanic Garden and the Hirshhorn Museum.
Continue reading “My Friday discoveries”
What an ‘unpresidented’ weekend it was!
I have to admit I did not attend any of the big events these days, nor Trump’s Inauguration nor the Women’s March.
Instead I decided to stay at home and declutter my apartment – see related post here. Continue reading “An ‘unpresidented’ weekend”
I had so much fun this past Halloween.
On Saturday night I went to a Halloween party with my friends and I decided to recycle my own clothes in order to become a hippy in full style.
I also went for a walk around Mt Pleasant and Georgetown to check out the Halloween decorations.
Continue reading “Hippy Halloween”
This time I made it and I managed to visit Mt Vernon, after our unsuccessful attempt back in January 2015.
Mount Vernon was the plantation house of George Washington, the first President of the United States, and his wife, Martha Dandridge Custis Washington.
Continue reading “Visiting Mt Vernon”
´Part of the secret of a success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside´ – Mark Twain.
Today I´m sharing some of my recent foodie discoveries in the District.
Continue reading “My latest DC foodie spots”
Hains Point is at the southern tip of East Potomac Park, and offers beautiful views of the Potomac River, Anacostia River and the Washington Channel.
Surrounded by beautiful greenery and trees, the area is a popular destination for a delightful picnic and relaxation.
Continue reading “Exploring Hains Point”