The most famous fountain in GA.
Last night we went on a really cool ghost tour, to the end, the tour guy told us about this church, highly recommended to come see it. We were glad we did, what a beautiful church! Small but its inside was beautifully painted, probably one of the pretties ones I have seen in the States.
I had heard about Savannah quite a lot, finally we were able to find a chance to visit this interesting city on a weekend with several of our friends.
If you plan to visit this George Washington’s home in DC, you better to get there early, otherwise you may wait for quite a while for the tour in the house.
Alan and I entered the estate shortly after it’s opening, so the waiting time was bearable. The whole property was nice and huge, and visited Washington and his family’s humble graves was quite something.
The house which he and his family had lived in wasn’t as nice as I thought it would be. From the outside it looks quite cute, but rooms inside were tiny and had low ceilings (of course, at that time). It wasn’t a comfortable house to live in, for such an important person in history, in my opinion. Though on the other hand, it makes me respects him much more.
More information of Mount Vernon: mountvernon.org
Pictured from Doubletree’s Sky Dome Lounge.
The detail – I know you won’t believe me, that I could take such a photo without a tripod, but it’s the truth.
Attended a relative’s wedding in VA, then we stopped in DC for 2 days. DC is one of my most favorite cities in the States. I always try to stop by there whenever we can.
DC’s Chinatown is the smallest Chinatown that I have been to, but its arch is the most gorgeous one.
Can you see what I see?
Pictured a sunset reflection on a flight from Providence, RI to Tampa, FL after spent 3 weeks with my darling friends in Fall River, MA.
While I was taking photos of Sarah (my friend Sandy’s daughter), her brother got up set because I didn’t give him enough attention. So he intentionally walked into this photo while I was taking it. What a pity, it would be a wonderful photo if wasn’t his little trick!
I could deleted it, but I liked the sweet smile that Sarah had in this photo very much, so I made this digital portrait painting out of the “destroyed” original photo.
The original photo.
A nice place with miles long beach, and free parking.
The day we were there, was foggy and wavy. But the theme was still attractive.