Exploring DC: the Cherry Blossoms Festival

Happy Monday lovelies, hope you all had a lovely weekend! The weather was absolutely beautiful in Washington DC, and since the cherry blossoms hit their peak bloom this past weekend, we decided to take a day trip to check out the Cherry Blossoms Festival!  The weather could not be more beautiful on Saturday – the sky was clear and there was a nice breeze, so it was neither too warm nor tool chilly. In other words, perfection. The cherry blossoms are planted along the edge of the Tidal Basin, which is marked by the Washington Monument on one end and the Jefferson Memorial …

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  1. Carol G says:

    Omy such beautiful views!! i really should step my feet over the ocean!!
    let me know if ever you think about visiting Paris!! :D

    (p.s. sorry! i’ve been away for so longggggg! Hope you’ve been well!)

    • Jenny says:

      Thanks Carol, though I don’t think the DC scene will ever have that charm Paris has XD
      I’m actually visiting this September – booked my flight and everything already!! :D

  2. Kim says:

    Great photos Jenny!

  3. Jenny says:

    We had one in Philly but I didn’t go. We only had one tree in bloom so it wasn’t really worth it. T^T

    • Jenny says:

      Aww, that’s a shame :( Maybe it’s blooming late? Usually the cherry blossoms hear bloom late March, but I think the long winter delayed the blooms.

  4. Cat says:

    Oh wow, the cherry blossoms are beautiful! Such lovely blue skies and water too! I would love to see something like that :) I think that’s great that you guys were able to get photos without people in the way. Beautiful photos!

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you Cat! People were pretty respectful of each other when it came to taking pictures, we’d wait in line for the good photo spots :D