Friday, June 1, 2007

Washington, D.C. | Annapolis, MD

On our way to my cousin's wedding this past week, TK and I made a quick stop in Washington, D.C. to see some sites. We navigated our rental Ford Escape Hybrid through the twists, turns, and one-way streets until we found a nice parkng spot from which we could walk to the Washington Monument and the White House. The Library of Congress received a quick drive-by on our way out of town. On our way back after the wedding, we also stopped walked around Georgetown's Historic District.

After the wedding, my Mom, Dad, Hauna, Taylor, TK, and I spent the afternoon in Annapolis, MD, walking around at the waterfront and enjoying lunch together. I love historic towns!

2 comments:

Amy and Andrew Daigle said...

The East Coast rules!

melissa said...

i love d.c. and am hoping to get back sometime soon. i agree, historic towns are just so neat. i could walk around for hours and hours and never get bored. so glad you had fun on the way, as well as at the wedding from the sounds of your follow-up post. family time is so precious.