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DC–NYC Trip 2014 | Part I

As much as I love living in Virginia—which I really, really do—I don’t really love living on the opposite side of the country as most of my family. If we could just find a way to smash together the west coast with the east coast so we could be right next door, that’d be great. Someone work on that. I just love hanging out with these guys too much! However, the long distance does make the time we do get to spend together all the more fun! Last week, we all got together to celebrate Jordan’s graduation from grad school! Jared and Bri flew in from California and Allison bussed down from NYC to spend the weekend in DC. On Monday, we headed to NYC to meet up with the parents for the rest of the week. It was a blast!
This was Brianna’s first trip to DC, so we made sure to spend lots of time at the Smithsonian Museums and walking around the National Mall. The classics. On Saturday, we hit the American History Museum, the Air and Space Museum, and peeked into the Natural History Museum. We had Shake Shack for lunch (My first time! Soooo good) and had dinner at our favorite joint, Kabob Palace. It was pretty perfect.
On Sunday, we walked around the Mall to see the different monuments! I sure do love this city of mine! We had a lot of fun taking beautiful pictures with Jared and Bri’s new camera! I’m having some serious camera envy.
This one is my fave.
Part II is coming up with our trip to NYC!

6 thoughts on “DC–NYC Trip 2014 | Part I”

  1. Jenny says:

    That Double Sun Power shirt is never going to die. ;)

    1. Rachel Taylor says:

      Double Sun Power lives forever! Ha ha! Good job making a quality shirt!

  2. Summer says:

    Your hair is getting long! Can’t wait to hear about NY!

    1. Rachel Taylor says:

      Just wait ’til you see it in humidity ha ha! Oh boy…

  3. Audrey says:

    I just love your blog. :) I wanna come see D.C. and YOU.

    1. Rachel Taylor says:

      You’re so sweet! And you really should!! Come get a cool library job out here!!

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