Just a couple more photos of my fabulous DC trip. We certainly had good food while we were there. Every morning Stampin' Up had a buffet breakfast for us with just about anything you could want. Well, I was hoping for yogurt which was never on the buffet but I certainly found plenty of other yummy offerings. You can see the buffet picture in the bottom row along with how Stampin' Up had decorated all of the tables for us. The first night we went with a few other demonstrators and their guests to PJ Clarke's for dinner. I had a delicious crab cake and Lynn Ann got chicken pot pie. That was the best and thankfully a very big portion as I kept taking bites of hers. Interestingly, we found chicken pot pie available on many menus. Two days in a row we ate lunch in the cafeteria at the American History Museum. They had the best salad bar. One night we were just way too tired to go out anywhere to eat so we ordered room service. (I ordered chicken pot pie!) And two nights we opted for frozen yogurt because our salad lunch had been so late in the day. What's a vacation without a few splurges!
Here I am in the photo above with demonstrator Missy Shipman.
I have a collection of show globes from the places I have visited. Whenever I go somewhere I am on the lookout for just the right one to add to my collection. I often find the best ones are at airports. It has to have the name of the city or the state on it. We really didn't see many shops that sold that kind of thing so I did wind up getting this one at the airport on my way back home. I think it's just perfect.
Well, that's it for my DC adventure. I uploaded all of the photos last night from my camera to computer. All 345 of them. I see some Project Life x Stampin' Up Scrapbooking in my future. And we have some amazing products in the catalog to make a great scrapbook memory.