Happy Monday, friends!
I can’t believe its already the last day of November–and I know that the next few weeks are going to fly by too as we near the end of the semester.
For the past week, I was lucky enough to have my brother and his girlfriend visiting for Thanksgiving. We met them in D.C. for the first few days to do a tour of the capital.
Of course, we first had to kick off our trip with a visit to the Barre3 Georgetown studio. The studio itself was absolutely gorgeous with a mix of exposed brick and wood beams and the class was an amazing way to kick off what would turn into a 26,000 step day!
We met up with the boys next and while trying to find a place to each lunch, stumbled into Ford’s Theatre which I’d never been to. They were putting on a production of A Christmas Carol, which we would have loved to go to if we’d known about it in advance!
Next, we braved the cold, blustery day to do a tour of the national mall area.
The following morning, we headed to the Holocaust Museum, another spot I’ve always wanted to go to. The architecture of the building was amazing and the tour, of course, was extremely powerful.
Before we left, we also had tickets to go up to the top of the Washington Monument. It was a little scary but the views were well worth it!
Check out the rest of the recap of D.C. and Charlottesville on Wednesday!