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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

my week in washington, d.c. (part three)

i really had such a great time in washington, d.c. this past week.  in addition to seeing the monuments and the famous landmarks downtown and spending time in dupont circle, i also spent a lot of time exploring several different neighborhoods in the district.

i absolutely fell in love with washington, d.c. over the past week.  (do you think i can convince ryan to move there?  just kidding!)  really though, it is such a great city.  the last time i was in d.c. was over ten years ago, so i felt like i was able to discover the city all over again on this trip.  there is so much going on in d.c. and the city feels so alive.  don't even get me started on the food!  the d.c. food scene is absolutely crazy and sure gives nyc a run for its money.  (i'm still dreaming about that pizza from 2 amy's and my salmon from founding farmers!)

by the way, d.c. should totally be renamed the cupcake capitol.  there are cupcake shops every where you turn!  i felt so bad that ryan couldn't join me on this trip, so i brought him back a bunch of cupcakes from a few different cupcakes shops in georgetown.  (nothing says love like hand carrying a bunch of boxes of cupcakes through airport security!)  i can't wait to go back to d.c. and to take ryan with me to show him the city!  i know he would love it!

ps: i took a ridiculous amount of photos while i was in d.c. but i promise this is the last of them!

 ^i just love the colorful homes in capitol hill^
 ^stanton park in capitol hill^
^the historic eastern market in capitol hill^
 ^market lunch at eastern market^
 ^an absolutely awesome pizza at 2 amy's near cathedral heights^
 ^a vanilla cupcake with raspberry buttercream from something sweet
near cathedral heights^
 ^the washington national cathedral in cathedral heights^
^the famous ben's chili bowl in the u street corridor . . .
the president even ate there!^
 ^of course, i didn't eat all of that^
 ^chocolate hazelnut and chocolate chip italian gelato from
pitango gelato near logan circle^
 ^gorgeous m street in georgetown^
 ^the famous georgetown cupcakes from the tlc show dc cupcakes^
 ^a pink rhinestone studded kitchen aid mixer?  now that's my speed!^
 ^cupcakes that i brought home from georgetown cupcakes^
 ^candace nelson's sprinkles cupcakes in georgetown^
  ^cupcakes that i brought home from sprinkles cupcakes^
^baked and wired in georgetown^
^cupcakes that i brought home from baked and wired^

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love, laurie


ma pa camlet said...

That mixer is right up my alley. I think I need to rhinestone mine.
That food building kind of reminds me of the one in Boston. I think I need to go to DC just to eat my way around the city.

Mom H. said...

I love those homes on capitol hill. That is a really pretty style of architecture.