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Thursday, March 22, 2012

DC Trip Day 1

We had our National Leadership Retreat in
D.C. this year!

This is always such a fun time to catch up with other Managers from my company all around the country as well as spend some fun time with my boss!

I am in the Property Management Industry and my company is doing a lot of developing in the D.C. area. You won't believe how expensive it is to live there, our average rents are $3,100. Yes you read that right, $3,100 ( and that is for a one bedroom-the two bedrooms can be $4,300-$4,600 in some areas) 

We started out with Dinner at Circa, right in Dupont Circle!

I had Veal Marsala, YUM!

I highly recommend it to anyone headed to this area!

We also stayed right here in Dupont Circle at

Hotel Palomar!

D.C is a great place to visit. There is so much to see and do, especially if you are in to History!

However I am not really! Don't get me wrong, I love to see the sights and enjoy scouting for Mr President while I am there but I get a little impatient half way through some of the tours/museums.

So what did we do????

DUH, We headed to DC Cupcakes!

The sisters were not in that day!

Well that concludes Day One!

It was a busy week so check back tomorrow to hear about The Awards Dinner!

I came home with a big one and I cannot wait to share this with you!


  1. AHHHHH GEORGETOWN CUPCAKES!! We were on complete opposite sides of the table when I said this, but this is where I got engaged!!!

  2. Never have made it to DC cupcakes. But.. I LOVE.LOVE.LOVE history :-) My favorite there is the Newseum.

  3. What a great visit. Heard that hotel is great. My roommate from college owns a flat in Dupont Circle. It looks like a great, expensive area to live.

  4. LuLu,
    I can't read anyone's comments. The font is too pale. Just an fyi. Your website looks great.