S: Washington DC 2010
BC: The Valero Family 2010
FC: Washington DC 2010
1: Itinerary December 15th - Omni Shoreham Hotel - Sculpture Garden - Capital Grill December 16th - Smithsonian Castle - Smithsonian Museum of Natural History - Ice Skating in the Sculpture Garden December 17th - Snowball Fight - Chinatown - Wok & Roll Restaurant - Smithsonian American Art Museum December 18th - Air & Space Museum - Lincoln Memorial - Mad Hatter Restaurant December 19th - Old Ebbit Grill - White House - National Zoo-Lighrs December 20th - National Zoo & Back to Miami
2: Sitting at Ronald Regan Airport waiting for our luggage!
3: Smithsonian Sculpture Garden
7: We spent the morning enjoying the grounds of the hotel and the adjacent park.. The kids were mesmerized by all the animal tracks on the snow, and enjoyed following the trails left behind. There's no denying that when the snowballs began to fly is when the fun really started!
10: LET IT SNOW
11: Keeping warm while we enjoy a fierce snowball fight!
18: Let it Snow...
21: Ice Skating @ the Sculpture Garden
22: Smithsonian Castle
23: Washington Monument
24: Museum of Natural History
30: Mus | Center for American Art and Pop Culture
32: Air & Space Museum
36: Mad Hatter Restaurant
41: National ZOO
42: Picture this: there's white snow and I don't know what to do? Then I throw snowballs at my dad. Then my sister joined me and we threw snowballs at our dad. | We tried to hide and protect ourselves from the snowballs. When then went ice skating like flying. I took a brake for hot chocolate milk. | Me and my sister followed tracks in the snow for 3 hours and made snow angels. | We went to the airport to go home. The airplane had TVs for everyone.
43: When my family went to D.C., my favorite part was when we went ice skating. Here's how it started, when we were walking down the street, mom spotted a hot coco shop and wanted a drink. When we entered the shop I saw the most snowiest, whitest ice skating rink ever. Then I told Victor about the rink, and we asked | mom & dad if we can ice skate in the rink. Later when we drank all of our hot cocoa we went to go rent ice skates and skate. After when mom and dad helped us put on our skates, we steadily walked to the entrance of the rink. Then we steadily walked to the entrance of the rink and place one foot then another. We tried to stand up but we fell on our bottoms. So, I scooted on my bottom all the way to the rail to try to stand up again. Later on Victor got it (skating) but not me, I hung on to the rail until I could do it. Then mom & dad yelled out "you can do it, it's just like roller-blading!" So then I imagined that I was roller-blading and get this, I did it and it felt like I was running on clouds. Later me and Victor were sleepy and we headed back to the hotel room. So, that's my favorite part when my family was in D.C.