ANDREWS AIR FORCE BASE, Md. — President Barack Obama has returned to the Washington area after a weeklong vacation on Martha's Vineyard.
The presidential aircraft returned to the capital Sunday evening from the first family's vacation spot off the Massachusetts coast.
While on the island, Obama played golf, took first lady Michelle Obama to dinner and went for a bike ride with his daughters. He also grabbed a deep-fried seafood lunch with pal and senior adviser Valerie Jarrett.
The vacation wasn't just all play. Obama on Tuesday announced he wanted Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to serve another four-year term. On Saturday he delivered a eulogy for Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in Boston.
The first family plans another attempt at a vacation over the Labor Day weekend. This time, they'll head to Camp David, Md.