So we started this morning waking up early. Within minutes of coming upstairs, saying we were ready, we had downed some cereal with freshly made almond milk, compliments of Traci, the sis. She had packed Andy and I a lunch. We printed out a Metro map and jumped into my brother in law, Rob’s vehicle and he dropped us at the nearest Metro station and said have fun. So Metro cards and map in hand, Andy and I tried our best to blend in with the morning commuters. Which wasn’t hard. You could hear a pin drop on the metro. No one said a word and they did 1 of three things, sleep, read the paper or a book, listen to music, or stare straight ahead. Oh, that’s 4 things. So they did one of 4 things. We started off our morning at Union Station. I loved this place!! After browsing the Barns and Noble there, we had coffee and some breakfast in a cafe and people watched while we discussed what to do with our morning. We stayed there an hour or so and then headed back onto the Metro to find our way to DC cupcakes. We mapped out a stop that was closest to Georgetown and started walking. We crossed the Potomac river by way of walking across a big bridge to the cutest college town ever. This is a pic of Georgetown
One of the workers was gracious to flash me a smile while I took a pic. That’s where they are assembling every one’s orders
After we walked the town and perused some shops, we packed our cupcakes back down to the river to eat, along with the lunch Traci packed.