Top 10 Reasons to Visit Alexandria This Spring

Spring is one of the most picturesque times to visit Alexandria, Virginia, located just outside Washington, D.C. on the Potomac River waterfront. This historic city buzzes with renewed energy each spring as hues of pink wash over 18th- and 19th- century architecture and cobblestone streets, signaling cherry blossom season and longer, warmer days. Visitors will find endless ways to explore the wonders of springtime and awaken the senses in Alexandria, whether it’s taking a boat cruise on the Potomac River or jogging alongside it on the award-winning Mount Vernon Trail. You can find new shops and restaurants, attend “spirited” seasonal events, catch spring arts performances, or hop on an historic tour. With so many happenings it can be hard to choose, so we’ve got you covered with our top 10 reasons to visit Alexandria this spring.

Continue reading

Baseball Boat from Alexandria to Nationals Park

As an Alexandrian, I’d like to think I know of everything going on here (don’t we all?) but it’s true, some things have gotten past me — including the Potomac Riverboat Co.’s Baseball Boat. But now that I’ve experienced its convenience and ease (not to mention gorgeous riverside views) firsthand, it won’t happen again. Continue reading