Hello everyone, Last night we decided to stay in and wake up early the this morning to visit Arlington National Cemetery. Elliot, Parth and me were glad we did. The cemetery is a reminder of the sacrifice soldiers make for our freedom. Seeing the Tomb of the Unknowns, JFKs gravesite, and over 600 acres of buried soldiers was humbling. Check out the pictures below.

Hello everyone, I have been in Arlington, Virginia (1 mile from D.C.) staying with my friend Parth the last two days. My best friend Elliot decided to take a bus from NYC last minute to join us for the weekend. Elliot didn’t get in until late so Parth took me to a cool spot called Martin’s Tavern in Georgetown. Many former Presidents have booths in the restaurant. It was nice to have… Read More

Yesterday I drove the entire distance (105 miles – Skyline Drive) of Shenandoah National Park. The drive was incredible. I understand now why its called the Blue Ridge Mountains. Around 3800′ the snow was still on the ground. It was really cool because I didn’t expect to see snow. The weather stayed around 28 degrees while I was in there park. I highly recommend doing this drive if you have the chance…. Read More