Tourist For a Day

We spent our 11th wedding anniversary being a tourist in DC. It’s fun being a tourist in your own city. Washington DC has so much to offer it is just too bad that most people who live in the area are just too busy or too stressed to enjoy its many parks, world class museums (they are free!!) and history.

We began our day at the National Gallery of Art. We picked the exhibit featuring Paul Gauguin’s work which it available February 27th -  June 5th. What an interesting man! Here is a man who went to the South Pacific in search of happiness in “Paradise”.

USDAArch Segway

GauginSignTwo Tahitian Women

 Gauguin, Tahitian Landscape Tahitian_women_painting_by_Paul_Gauguin_1891

Our next stop was the US Botanic Garden, it is right next to the Capitol building. We’ve been here a few times before and have enjoyed the garden each time. It’s not too big that you feel overwhelmed and not too small that you’ll loose interest.


Enjoy some of nature’s color in bloom:






Afterwards we had supper at Neisha Thai in Tysons Corner Mall and then bought ourselves some goodies from Shilla Bakery in Annandale. Yummy!


It was a good day. Thank you for the sunshine and flowers. And family and good food. Smile

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0 Responses to Tourist For a Day

  1. Brenda says:

    Happy Anniversary to the both of you! You both are wonderful people and we wish you many many more happy years together.

    We miss you both and hopefully we can meet up sometime. Currently we’re in Arizona crossing into New Mexico today. So we are slowly making our way east again. Trying to avoid the storms.

    Safe Travels!

    Brenda (and David)

  2. Dasy says:

    Thank you so much. The feelings are mutual on our end.

    Wish you guys safe travels also! We will meet again!

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