|American Girl Washington, DC|
|The view from the line|
|Their own special lights outside the store|
|Looking in the window while in line|
|Inside the store|
|Julie's items always make me laugh, because they are considered historical |
and thus make me feel antique too!
On Level 2, when you enter the store you are in the historical section. There is a "specials" type section to the right with the only-available-in-the-store items. We had good luck here with a short checkout line. A little further back is the Kanani section. Behind that are the elevator and escalator to go downstairs, then the mini bookstore and the Bistro. Restrooms are to the left of Kanani's section, kind of near the elevator. There is a Kanani photo-op shave ice booth. We got right into it. The only wait we had was trying to navigate around the register-to-win Kanani table.
|Aren't these some cute kids? ;)|
|Here are some goodies by the Bistro. Yummy!|
|Look! New Bitty Babies! Brown hair/blue eyes and a redhead too! Love them!|
|Cute new outfits for the twins|
|I think the outfit on the left is new?|
|Matching girl/doll shirts|
|Must have the doll souvenir shirt!|
|The kids could make the booklet on the left. The pink booklet is |
what we received when we entered the store. Finally, our ticket.
|Felicity, her accessories, and her paper doll |
book for $100. How could we (I) resist?