Washington, D.C., offers a lot to see and do outdoors, making it an enjoyable vacation spot for all ages. However, the weather isn’t always kind. The key in these instances is to find activities that are not contingent on the weather. One such option is the United States Botanic Garden (USBG). Regardless of the heat, rain, Read Post
In its heyday, Glen Echo Park was a bustling amusement park. But that was more than half a century ago. Now, seemingly untouched by time, Glen Echo Park is a surreal place to visit. Walking in, you feel as though you’re stepping onto the set of a movie based in the early 20th century. Even 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
While visiting some awesome relatives in Destin, Florida, we took a boat out on the Gulf of Mexico and caught some Red Snappers. Great times had by all.