A Gorgeous Walk Through Georgetown

I have been to Washington, DC countless times. My mother lives right outside the city and with it only being five hours away by car and ridiculously close by plane we tend to get to the area at least five times a year. Despite this, I have never walked through Georgetown. I am so glad I changed that yesterday.

I was in DC all week with the ONE Moms Advisory Board (as I mentioned in my last post) and yesterday we capped off our week by attending the Child Survival Call to Action event at Georgetown University. You can read more about it on Mom Bloggers for Social Good.

Before it was time for me to head to the hotel, grab my bags, and race to the airport I decided to take a leisurely stroll through Georgetown. It was the perfect opportunity – beautiful location and beautiful weather – to get out and see the neighborhood.

I don’t know much about Georgetown except I am always drawn in by its beautiful architecture and quaint colors.

I can’t help but notice how Old World it feels walking on the brick sidewalks. And those tiny front porches – adorable.

Everything about Georgetown is so classic and austere.

Georgetown is beautiful in every sense of the word. I can’t wait to go back and walk some more. I bet it is unbelievably beautiful in the fall.


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