After the long Easter weekend of church, eating and the White House Easter Egg Roll, Michelle Obama was spotted Friday allegedly checking in at the Salmander Resort for a little quiet time.
Daughters Sasha and Malia accompanied the first lady to the Middleberg, Virginia resort, according to the Washington Post.
The Foxcroft all-girls high school was celebrating its centennial at the resort when alum Leigh Edgerton said she “locked eyes with the first lady on Friday evening.”
“She was walking through the lobby and everyone stood up and started clapping,” Edgerton told the Post. “She looked right at me and said, ‘Hi, everybody, I hope you’re having fun,’ and I raised my arms in the air and said with a big smile ‘I am!’”
The first lady wasn’t seen again until Sunday at luncheon with a group of about 20, a source reported to the Post, but a local winery touted a Saturday visit on its Facebook page.
Boxwood Winery announced for several days that it would be closed on Saturday “at 3pm for a Private Event.” The winery posted this to its page after the event:
The Salamander Resort & Spa is described on its website as having “luxurious rooms and suites, a luxury spa, full-service equestrian center, Virginia Piedmont-inspired dining, a dedicated cooking studio, wine bar, billiards room and a unique array of conference and banquet facilities.”
In an interview during the Easter egg roll, the first lady explained that the family enjoyed relaxing on the weekends, particularly on Sundays when they were often “loungin’ and nappin’.” The Salamander looks like a great place to do it.
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