Where to Eat in Georgetown, DC

In several of my DC blogs, I recommend grabbing a bite to eat in a DC neighborhood…  Here are a few of my favorites in Georgetown. Lady Camellia Tea – I am a tea snob and this is one of the best spots I’ve found in the US since leaving England more than a decade ago.…

Newseum

I have been to the Newseum a few times over the last two decades and to be honest it was never my favorite. But I recently gave it another try.  I was nostalgic to be leaving DC, trying to see and do as much as possible, and a friend gave me a free ticket. I…

Opportunities and Regrets (part II)

I lived in DC for 3 ½ years but still didn’t get to everything on my list.  Here is what I regret not getting to see during this time:  -Northeast United States:  Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and Connecticut -Cape Cod & Plymouth Rock -Washington’s Distillery (less than 10 miles from my house) -A weekend in…

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

I recently paid a short visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.  I went several times when it first opened but haven’t been back in over a decade.  I forgot how well done it is. It is one of the most popular museums so plan to get there early before the crowds.  In the…

Washington DC – One Week

We recently had family visit in DC. This was their first trip to the area and we only had a week.  While they wanted to see the main sights, they also wanted to see a few things that are off the beaten path and not as touristy.  We deliberately picked October for their visit.  The…