Santa Fe, NM ~
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Waxahachie, TX ~
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Washington, DC ~ Photos were taken on a stroll to Georgetown University, following 35th St. NW and O St. NW, starting at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School (picture 1 below).
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New Orleans, LA ~ A few odds and ends around NOLA, Christmas Eve, 2018.
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Washington, D.C. ~ I had the pleasure of staying at the Capitol Hill Hotel, located in (you guessed it!) Capitol Hill. Not only was the hotel beautiful and full of wonderful amenities, it was also located in a charming historic residential area. It was so much fun walking around the neighborhood, and enjoying the local restaurants and businesses. It is easy to imagine living here, if I had an endless supply of money. Needless to say, living here ain’t cheap! […]