In the afternoon we headed to Georgetown, the “Old Town” of DC. Narrow streets, colorful townhouses, retail stores, art galleries, bars and restaurants create a beautiful atmosphere. From Georgetown’s Harbor, you can take a boat cruise to the Potomac River. Also the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts (www.kennedy-center.org) is within walking distance from Georgetown. If you can catch a show there, it is definitely worth it. For dinner, we chose “Farmers, Fishers, Bakers Restaurant” at the harbor (www.farmersfishersbakers.com)--nice quality, American food with all the ingredients coming from local farmers, fishers and bakers. After that we went to the “Blues Alley Jazz Club” (www.bluesalley.com), which is also in Georgetown, and is one of the oldest Jazz Bar in town. Another nice choice for some live Jazz Music would be the “Madams Organ” (www.madamsorgan.com) in Adams Morgan neighborhood.