Totally doable in Washington, DC!
Right now the Kids Eurofestival is on in and around DC. Which means awesome free art performances in super cool venues all over town! So, B and I packed our bags (lunch bags, that is) and headed off to Finland earlier this week to see a film, Moomins on the Riviera. We spent a little time learning about the country and visiting an embassy before we got there. He loved that he would actually be in Finland!
First stop, the bathroom, “why is the soap in English? This bathroom looks like it could be American and Finnish combined.”
B: Where are all the Finnish people?
Me: Those people were Finnish.
B: They were? But they were speaking English, right?
So delightful. Not sure what he expected…
The Embassy has a small but cool art show now that is free and open to the public on Saturday and Sundays. Click here for more info.
It was such a gorgeous fall day that we decided to swing by the National Cathedral garden for our lunch on the way home. Nothing says Europe more than a big, old, church!
And then we saw this on the way to the garden! Turns out Open City is running a café in the Old Baptistry. Nice of someone to park their Fiat there and complete the old world feel for our European vacation day.