After visiting the Zoo, and the Bonsai Gallery, our first full day in Washington DC ended with a walk around Chinatown. 

According to the step counter on my phone, we took about 25,000 steps that day, which is around 12 miles. We had worked up an insane hunger and liked the looks of this place because because eating first was all we could think about.

As soon as we sat down they served us complementary tea, which I loved.

I had worked up such an appetite that I somehow managed to eat this absurdly large plate of veggie noodles in its entirety. 

After stuffing ourselves, we walked around and enjoyed the busy sights of Chinatown.

I loved everything in this adorable gift shop, but they had sings everywhere inside that said NO PICTURES. So I had to settle for just one picture of the outside.

Wok and Roll. I love it.

I love the bustling, busy atmosphere of Chinatown, and all the ornate decoration. It’s definitely one of my favorite places in DC.

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  1. Now I am cravings Chinese food. I havent had Chinese in years. Thats basically because its so difficult to find REAL chinese food around here. I once went to China town in Paris and once in NYC and I really loved both places (and had amazing food there :)).
    conscious lifestyle of mine

  2. “Wok and Roll” Tee-hee-hee, how fabulous is that? 🙂 What a great corner of the city to explore. It looks like a ton of fun! (Plus, I'm so going to be craving Asian noodles all weekend now! :D)

    Big hugs,
    ♥ Jessica

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