Where we stayed
- One Washington Hotel Okay kinda a gem! We arrived really late, but they were so accommodating with gifts and snacks waiting for us. We had a large suite with an amazing balcony (check my insta)! But the best part about this hotel was the location! Right on Pennsylvania Avenue, @onewash was walking distance from the White House, all the monuments, and even Georgetown! We couldn’t have been happier with the customer service and also how they go out of their way to help you. Also, they have a free Wine Hour in the lobby from 5-6 pm, for all my wine connoisseur!
What and where to eat
-Pizza & Got to be one the best pizzas I’ve ever had and we stumbled upon it by accident. It is very much to go style, but it does not fall short in the taste category. It has gluten free and vegan options, and my favorite part is unlimited toppings!!!! Kaptan even got fried eggs on his, What!!! And you can get all this for $9-$12 dollars and feel completely full! Where to have a night out
-POV or near the White House Shoutout to our tennis friend Kevin Lynch for the recommendation because this bar has that D.C.swag! Mainly filled with lawyers and politicians, this bar is surrounded by money, but the ties do come off here. Everyone is more relaxed and really easy to talk to. Your view is just astonishing! With a total aerial of D.C., the monuments, and your neighbor The White House; people seem to break away from that intensity of D.C. business life and just chill up above the nation’s capital! Day one activities - White House Pretty surreal experience being at the house of the leader of the free world! You can actually get fairly close to it and surprisingly it is not that big! It is very White and very grand but I would say it looks the best from the backside. Even though you can’t get as close from the back, it looks even more grand due to the immense White House lawn and pristine balconies! Also the lighting is better back there for my instagrammers 😉