“The Awakening,” once home to Hains Point was moved to National Harbor some years ago. Apparently its very rare to see the water level rise this high as he is normally immersed in a sandy beach. Guess I was there at the right time.
My wife invited me for a night out on the town this week as she was attending a Conference at the Gaylord Resort in National Harbor. I had not yet been and greatly enjoyed it. Seems to be one of DC’s unknown secrets. The place was very easy to get in and out, restaurants were plentiful and uncrowded, as was the ability to walk around and see the sights.
The all new Woodrow Wilson bridge.
The Gaylord; a magnificent piece of architecture.
We dined overlooking the harbor at sunset.
The Wedge; my all time favorite salad.
Maybe a little drink our two, to make the sunset more vibrant : )
Photo ops abound; its a great place to shoot.
And of course, we were treated to an awesome sunset.