This past weekend my friend Shannon came to visit!
She was excited about Georgetown cupcake!
Who wouldn’t be excited about white chocolate raspberry cupcake with vanilla butter cream?
This is one of the only times I’ve branched out of my favorite Gtown cupcake flavor salted caramel, and it was worth it!
I love how Georgetown feels like a city one second and then not another. Case in point the canal.
Shannon left and my mom and sister came to visit for the night. We went to Pizza Paradiso and it was awesome. The crust was light and airy, and the toppings were so fresh. With a glass of vino it was just right.
And who can resist more cupcakes?
Not me. So we went to baked and Wired another awesome cupcake shop in Georgetown.
I got the vanilla latte, vanilla cake with espresso buttercream and my sister got the menage trois, chocolate cake filled with raspberries with cream cheese icing. Yum!
Then to beat the heat we took a boat ride on the Potomac and saw the sites from the water. I highly recommend this if you’re visiting DC, but I may just being saying this I have a slight obsession with boats.
The lighting was just perfect.
You totally know you want to come to DC now. Any takers?
Happy day late Easter!
Easter ended up being a beautiful day in DC. Sunny and warm with a great breeze. Perfect for walking around the city in a cute sundress or skirt.
And a bonus, my parents came down to visit me this weekend. We did a lot of the touristy things in DC, like the National Mall, the Natural Museum of History and the National Zoo. But the best was Easter brunch on Sunday!
Sadly I have no pictures of brunch but I got the French toast which was heavenly and a mimosa, probably the best morning beverage ever. Champagne in the morning…yes please!
You can’t go wrong with holidays that end with chocolate in the shape of bunnies.