On Friday, I walked around Clarendon and Rosslyn neighborhoods. It was gorgeous weather, a high of 80 and not a cloud in the sky. That night, my two friends and I and some of their friends had tickets to a show called Legwarmers. It's an 80's cover band that plays all of the classics. Everyone got dressed up in neon and we teased the crap out of our hair.
|Neon and big hair, ready to rock out to Bon Jovi.|
|My official metro card!|
|Traipsing around the city on a gorgeous Saturday.|
On Sunday, we got lunch in Chinatown, which isn't nearly as sketchy as the Chinatown in New York City. No one sells knock-off purses or accosts you to buy a fake Rolex from a van. We headed to Georgetown and walked around by the Washington Harbor. Like I said before, there was a lot of walking and getting a feel for things. As in, I feel that I will never be able to afford even a square foot of housing in Georgetown.
|Perfect afternoon to stroll around the Georgetown harbor.|
It was a fantastic weekend, and I absolutely can't wait to live in such a diverse city. But until that day comes, I'm making a serious effort to enjoy every single Florida afternoon by the pool, every date with my boyfriend, and every night out with my friends.