W Hotel Invasion by awesomize.me members Last Night

I headed to W Rooftop Hotel last night to hang out with a few friends. As I always, I ordered my red wine and started cruising aroun to check out the place and the people.

The place is just Awesome! What’s even more awesome is the view. From the 11th-floor balcony at 15th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, you can see  Washington is spread out right in front of you. You will also be able to see all the monuments – the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, the White House’s East Wing which is only a block away, and more.  You can also watch planes taking off from Reagan National Airport or see the Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery and Old Town Alexandria. It’s just beautiful! Read more of this post

Awesome new image of Washington, DC from Google

Those of  not familiar with DC, this is the famous Washington, D.C. Monument.

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“Freedom From Oil” Campaign in Washington, D.C.

The recent BP oil spill was indeed a wake up call not only for us in America, but the entire world. One positive outcome of the disaster, it has made people around the world frighteningly aware of the dangers of offshore drilling. To create more awareness, Sierra Club just launched an interesting campaign in Washington, D.C. called “Freedom From Oil”.

As part of the initiative, 10,000 American flags were planted in the ground near the base of the Washington Monument spelling out the words “Freedom From Oil”. The flags were planted to bring to the attention of the president and Congress the public’s desire to move America beyond oil to a clean energy future in the next 20 years. Read more of this post

Awesome Washington, D.C. Last Night 4th of July Celebration

We kicked off our 4th of July celebrations with the annual National Independence Day Parade and capped it off with the classic fireworks display above the National Mall.

The festivities included performances by Reba McEntire, Gladys Knight and David Archuleta. Actor Jimmy Smits hosted “A Capitol Fourth.” He said the combination of the National Symphony and the fireworks over the monuments make him proud to be an American.

The First Family and their military guests watched the evening’s fireworks from the South Lawn of the White House. Read more of this post

Independence Day Fireworks on the Potomac boarding At Georgetown

4th of July is only a few weeks away and ICDC is gearing up to organize another one of their awesome event in a two-hour cruise from the Georgetown waterfront. Watching the fireworks from the Potomac River is a truly unforgettable and magical experience.

The cruise will depart from Georgetown while the sun starts to set and as the Washington nightlife comes to life at a distance, you can socialize, make new friends, and enjoy the views before returning back to the dock at the conclusion of our 2 hour cruise. Read more of this post