I ran into this place online when I was looking up attractions and things to do around Shenandoah National Park for our two day, one night little trip to VA. I found this Blue Ridge Whiskey Wine Loop on Discover Shenandoah website. Sounds very intriguing!! Especially when J is a big whiskey lover and I have never really visit a distillery before.
Just about one and a half hour drive from the DC area, the Skyline Caverns is a nice weekend getaway from the city. This was my first caverns experience in the States. The 1.5 hour walking tour is full of awe and imagination. (Cave Tour $20/ Adult)
Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, located just 2 hours away from where we live, is known for its skyline drive, forest, and countless trails. Luckily, we got a free night in Hampton Inn worldwide which would soon be expired. We decided to explore the Shenandoah National Park area for a 2 day 1 night trip.
The weather in Washington DC/ Maryland finally become warmer and we are all so excited for the cherry blossom season. This would be my first time to visit the National Cherry Blossom Festival in DC. However, due to the cold weather earlier this year, the peak bloom date seems to be pushed back for a week or two. When we visited DC yesterday, there are no cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin area yet. Continue reading Spring of Washington DC- Japanese Magnolia