We had such a fun weekend in Washington DC and National Harbor Maryland! This trip was sponsored by JW Marriott Washington DC, who also hosted our stay. We had a great time reconnecting with friends by spending the day in National Harbor in Maryland. We made teddy bears at Build-a-Bear Workshop, played at the esplanade, rode the carousel, went on The Capital Wheel ferris wheel, shopped at Peeps and Company, and tried hot sauce at Pepper Palace. We had some amazing meals. Some of our favorites were brunch at Succotash, dinner at Redstone American Grill and a special Mother’s Day brunch at The Greenhouse at The Jefferson.
Here are the places we ate in Washington DC:
– District Taco
– Presidential Scoops
– Redstone American Grill
– The Greenhouse at The Jefferson
Here are the places we visited in Washington D.C. and National Harbor:
– Build-a-Bear Workshop
– Esplanade National Harbor
– Carousel at National Harbor
– The Capital Wheel
– Peeps and Company
– Pepper Palace
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As you can probably tell, we’re a multiracial family (or interracial family or mixed family – whichever term you prefer). Carmen is Chinese and Belgian, and mostly grew up in Hong Kong. Serge’s parents are both from Benin in West Africa, and he was born and raised in NYC.