How was everyone’s thanksgiving? We didn’t have turkey but we enjoyed a nice relaxing weekend that involved long naps, a lot of TV watching, walking and a ICE Festival 🙂
It’s the Gaylord National’s Christmas on the Potomac and ICE! show at National Harbor. It features 2 million pounds of hand-carved ice that brings to life Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas, an indoor ice skating rink, breakfast with the Grinch and brunch with Santa, a Christmas train kids can ride, nightly indoor snowfalls, dive-in pool holiday movies, 2 story ice slide, a fountain light and fireworks show and 60-ft. tree lighting every night, gingerbread house making, carolers, etc.
A big white tent
and a long line to get in
once in… there’s even a longer line.
The creator of the ice sculptures are chinese, from Harbin
We went there with Qiao and her mom
after an hour long of waiting on the line, each of us got a hooded winter coat because The ICE! tent is about 9 F.
and we were in! 😆
look how cute this is!!!
and I got on the ice slide
it was really fun! 😀
an some fun sculptures at the National Harbor
Food posts coming soon! I haven’t been cooking much lately. I was either busy or lazy. 😉
Q: Have you been on a ICE festival? What would you like to see in form of ice?