National Harbor is a relatively new waterfront development on the shores of the Potomac River. It has hotels, residential condominiums, retail stores and a marina.
I couldn’t resist having this picture taken.
“The Awakening”, a five-piece, cast aluminum sculpture more than 70 feet in length and approximately 15 feet at its highest point, has been arduously rising from an earth-covered slumber at the tip of Hains Point since its installation in 1980 as part of a city-wide public art exhibition. more info here
We bought a loaf of dark chocolate, coconut banana bread from Havana Banana Bread for $12. It was so good and I loved the addition of dark chocolate and coconut. It was a wonderful combination. We had the banana bread for dessert and breakfast with tea and coffee.
After lunch and some window shopping we walked to the Gaylord National Hotel. I wondered why they were bringing me to a hotel.
My niece Erin, probably wondering when her parents will bring her back to the hotel for an overnight stay. According to my cousins the hotel looks totally different in December with all the holiday decor and activities.
Havana Banana Breads
PO Box 3332, Laurel, MD 20709
Toll Free: 1-866-500-1113
Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center
201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745