Recently, I posed a question to our readers: Do you think we spent more money while traveling or living in Washington, DC? My original intention for this follow-up post was to disprove a theory that I continuously heard prior to and throughout our trip: that full-time travel is expensive and beyond one’s reach. Since I Read Post
One of the most attractive offerings that Washington, D.C., has for its visitors is free admission to a multitude of sights, museums, and buildings. You can walk the National Mall without paying an entrance fee. An elevator will take you to the top of the Washington Monument for free. The National Arboretum, Smithsonian’s National Zoo Read Post
Hidden within Washington, D.C.’s city limits is the U.S. National Arboretum. Although you can get there via public transportation, we didn’t want to go that complicated route and instead borrowed a car to make the short drive to this beautifully maintained living museum. As with most Federal museums in D.C., admission is free. The arboretum Read Post
One of the perks to living in Washington, D.C., is the amount of social events – some open to the public and others limited to an exclusive guest list – being held on any given night. Recently, we were invited to Patron’s rollout of its new line of premium tequila, Roca Patron, which was billed to Read Post
This is a tilt-shift video of afternoon and evening near Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. taken from the rooftop pool deck of the Embassy Row Hotel.