Reliving Hoya history with the kids at Four Seasons Washington DC

Reliving Hoya history with the kids at Four Seasons Washington DC

By on April 9th, 2013

Our first family trip to Washington, D.C. was extra-special for us given that my husband, John, graduated from Georgetown University. And Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC was the ideal home-base for our nine-year-old, Devon, to relive history with his dad. We kicked off our trip with a fabulous excursion through Georgetown, and meandered through shops, visited college haunts and toured the campus.


Highlights included checking out the Georgetown Basketball corner of fame at the new Nike store, standing on the steps of Dad’s college digs, walking “The Exorcist steps,” lunch at G-town institution The Tombs, and of course, a visit to the Georgetown Student Center for Hoyas paraphernalia.

It’s never too early to start college dreams … Go Hoyas!


Read my Ciao Bambino! post on Four Seasons Washington DC.




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Amie O'Shaughnessy

Amie O'Shaughnessy manages Ciao Bambino, an award-winning family travel resource, from the San Francisco Bay Area where she lives with her husband and 10-year-old son. The experience of planning her first international trip with a baby inspired Amie to dedicate her career to providing parents with all the essential information they need to explore the world happily with children in tow.

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