While New York City is the ‘city that never sleeps Washington D.C. is the city that never stops. There are always events, festivals, shows, and more happening all over the 68 mile radius.
Washington D.C. is a hub for modern vegan, vegetarian, and fad eateries. After I spent 8 weeks living in DC I learned how to navigate my taste buds around with ease. These tasty vegan dishes I indulged in are so delish even my meat-eater friends will enjoy them. Here is my compiled list of veganContinue reading “10 Low-Key Restaurants All Vegans Will Love in Washington D.C.”
Without knowing much about neighborhoods in Washington D.C. I booked a place to stay, and it wasn’t in a safe area. Don’t make the mistakes I made.
Discover your personal guide to museums and monuments in Washington D.C. and make your experience monumental.
If you are in search of the best instagramable locations in D.C. look no further. As a travel photographer I spent the whole summer on a journey to find the best places to take pictures in D.C., and here is what I found. 1.) Union Station Union Station is a great place to grab aContinue reading “21 Best Instagramable Locations in Washington D.C.”
Eating vegetarian or vegan is easy in the up and coming city of Georgetown. If you are in town for a quick lunch and in need of dietary friendly restaurant, don’t worry— Georgetown has many options to choose from! Finding the right restaurant can be annoying and hectic while traveling; It has to be in theContinue reading “Inexpensive & Relaxed Vegetarian/Vegan Lunch Spots In Georgetown”
The Eastern Market comes alive every Sunday morning as venders and customers scramble together in the space of a couple of blocks. The market has been around for nearly thirty years and some venders have been selling products for around that long. Additionally, the Eastern Market has a unique culture separate from Washington. The cultureContinue reading “Highlights of my Eastern Market Finds, Washington D.C.”
For the summer of 2019 Washington D.C. is my home. I am living and working in the heart of the capitol of America for just a couple months. My mom was planning on visiting me in Washington D.C. and I wanted to do something special. After seeing most of the popular attractions, I want toContinue reading “The Hillwood Estate is Washington D.C.’s Hidden Gem”
As the national symbol of freedom and democracy, Washington D.C. is the perfect place to celebrate the 4th of July in America. I took advantage of being in DC by participating in all of the most patriotic activities. From 9am to 9pm I partied like it was 1776 and wished America a Happy Birthday. Here is what I did.