I'm heading off to DC for work for 10 days and while I don't think I've got a whole lot of free time, I'm looking for some recommendations for a few things. I know I've got a Saturday where I've got nothing to do. What's the 1 day must see/must do list for DC? My hotel is near Woodley Park.
if u haven't been i'd hit up all the monuments... washington monument, reflectign pool, the ww2 memorial, lincoln memorial...
they are all about 1-2 mi from each other in a long row basically...
And as unimportant as art is in this world, check out some of the great paintings in the National Gallery. Seeing a masterpiece in person that you had only ever seen in books is quite an experience.
Its DC go like our politicians drugs and whores.
After the monuments, I would suggest the Spy Museum
Oh and get a big mac from the McDonalds.
I always liked the Natural History Museum...
Also, if you like off-beat historical stories, there's a ghost tour in the park outside of the White House which is pretty interesting and entertaining...
What about strip clubs, I really think that is what he is looking for.
Sadly, there aren't any worthwhile strip clubs in the area. Dumb city ordinances.....There is a decent little "cabaret" in crystal city (Arlington, right across the river). The girls wear pasties and they serve up a decent enough steak.
Crystal City's not a bad place to go either .. I (vaguely) remember a lot of good bars and night life in Arlington
This makes no sense to me. Why would the dancers wear pasties? I mean i love a good pasty but their not suitable for lingerie surely?
They are suitable for lingerire ... and don't call me Surley
RIP, you were alot nicer than I really wanted to be. Pollo school been kicking your ass, you havent been on here much?
Woodley park is nice... if you're looking for nightlife, it's a 10-15min walk from your place to the 18th street bars (I live between the metro station and the bar/restaurant area, so I know your spot well). Just look up the interesection of 18th st NW and Adams Mill Rd on a map - that is the north tip of the strip of bars on 18th street (extends a few blocks south, along 18th).
As far as touristy things, if you want a non-generic recommendation, I thoroughly enjoyed the Newseum (history of news and journalism - basically an american history museum, but told through the eyes of the news mediums at the time). It's not a smithsonian institution though, so it's $20 to enter.
Edit: I often take family there when they visit, nothing but positive reviews.
Nah not really ... I always find that as the semester progresses the easier it gets...
I can't wait for it to be done though, but I got about 2 more years left of this so I can't let the defeatist thoughts crawl up in there nahmean
I wish they hadn't blocked the site at work, that's where I did most of my posting lol .. now I focus on homework while at work
Sometimes having things taken away is the best thing for you. I hate to say it but 2 years will go fast, and then off to the grind of life.
Topical quote! well done!
You funny, ID.
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