I know this blog isn't about traveling, but outside of riding, it's my next favorite thing to do. I started blogging a few years ago so you've read a little about our trips to London and Belize. In the past 25 years, I've been fortunate enough to visit Spain, the Canary Islands, Costa Rica, Hawaii (twice), Ireland, Peru, Canada, Scotland, England, Guatemala, and of course Belize.
Traveling in the United States is so expensive that we actually prefer to travel internationally. It costs about the same, but you get to go a whole lot farther - usually. For this vacation, we decided to keep it "local" and visit our nation's capital.
Neither of us has really toured any of the eastern states. Hubby has been to New Jersey for work, but he didn't get to see much, and I've been to airports in Boston and New York, but that doesn't really count. We've seen all of the western states , several times, but now we're finally heading east.
On our agenda are the typical things that every tourist does when visiting DC - admire the monuments, tour our nation's capitol building, and explore the Smithsonian. We've also bought tickets for a few other things: the ballet at the Kennedy Center, a cruise down the Potomac to visit Mt. Vernon, and a baseball game (Nationals and Cardinals).
As always, horses will be on my radar so if I spot anything equine-esque, I'll be sure to share. See you all in a week or so!