We stopped off at Scott's place in Georgetown which is right by a stretch of the quaintest houses. We started our food and drinking tour at Clyde's for drinks, then pizza at Pizza Paradiso. We took a boat tour along the Potomac and although it was a little too rainy and foggy to see the a lot of the blossoms or the monuments, it was perfect to tour along the river without getting soaked. After visiting the International Spy Museum (which was so much fun, interactive and gigantic), we started the night at the Gordon Biersch Brewery and Michael suggested going for karaoke at Muzette which led to more karaoke at Peyote Cafe (which started with only the four of us there and ended with a huge dance party singing Somewhere Out There and Buddy Holly...among others). Top. Night. Out. Enough said. Then we uber-ed home...I think in an Escalade. Yeah, we never uber-ed either but it seems like Scott and Bobbi uber all the time.
Good thing we slept in late on Sunday and had an Italian buffet break at Filomena (aka all you can eat pasta) because we must have walked for miles from Georgetown to the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War, WWII Memorial, and then food and drink pitstops at Old Ebbitt Grill (DC's oldest bar) and Cap City Brewery. We treated ourselves Sunday night and stayed at the St. Gregory (with an upgrade to a junior suite). Even though we were on vacation, I still love relaxing and watching Sunday night TV. Thanks for a wonderful time!