Gorgeous Georgetown

The day before heading off to the airport, I was given the best tour of an ‘alternative’ Washington: Starting off with a big campus tour at Georgetown University, and some sun-bathing at the Old Stone House (the oldest unchanged building in D.C.), we escaped the heat (+36°C!) and found a cool café to recharge all the batteries and think about what to do during the rest of the day. The perfect choice was Baked & Wired, they have a delicious selection of homemade goodies and all kinds of iced (!) coffee. We ended the ‘America month’ with some drinks in the supercool neighbourhood Adams Morgan: There’s a bunch of really hip studenty bars and clubs, antique book shops and people from all over the world who want to celebrate being in this beautiful city. Goodbye U.S. and thanks so much for having me!

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