Hike up Wisconsin Avenue (stopping along the way to grab a to-go bite) and take a detour to Book Hill Park, a tucked-away spot overlooking Georgetown. It's just the place to sit for a spell, kick off your shoes, and sip on an iced coffee — or just soak up some rays during a day of boutique-hopping. Reservoir Road and Wisconsin Avenue.
Dumbarton Oaks gardens (springtime), one of the most beautiful places in Washington, DC. At the top of Georgetown, next to Rock Creek Park, its gardens in any season refresh me. They unfold, space by space, with immense variety and unique beauties. Plus the Dumbarton Oaks museum houses a splendid collection; amazing meso-American wing.
The beautiful art piece, "Cloud Terrace", is at Dumbarton Oaks, in Georgetown, Washington DC, by landscape artists Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot in collaboration with J.P. Paull of Bodega Architecture. From Alice's Blog at: mymodernmet.com
Gardens at Dumbarton Oaks | A hidden gem nestled atop the highest point in Georgetown, this 53-acre estate is a pristine green space brimming with manicured hedges, majestic trees, and plenty of benches to take it all in. (Visit the garden’s blog to see what’s blooming when.) | #BHLDNgtown