Catching Up with Washington, D.C. Restaurants—Spring 2015

Washington DC Restaurants One of our primary missions on any trip is to catch up on restaurants. This trip was no exception. We were able to indulge in four dinners and three lunches. We tried to make the best of them. Washington DC Dinners Rose’s Luxury 2015: Given the ultra-long line at this place, we [Read more …]

Walking D.C.—Spring 2015

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We, as always, walked everywhere, from our base by Thomas Square, to Georgetown, Capitol Hill, the U Street Corridor, around the Mall and Tidal Basin to some of our favorite monuments and for one of our restaurants (Rose’s Luxury, the Barracks Row section of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. [Read more …]

Washington, D.C. Science and History Museums—Spring 2015

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As with our return trips to most of our favorite cities, this trip focused on museums, walking tours (both guided and independent) and of course, restaurants. We devoted so much time to museums and visitor centers that we have divided these stops into two posts: One focused on art museums and on science and history [Read more …]

Washington, D.C. Art Museums—Spring 2015

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  As with our return trips to most of our favorite cities, this trip focused on museums, walking tours (both guided and independent) and of course, restaurants. We devoted so much time to museums and visitor centers that we have divided these stops into two posts: One focused on art museums and on history [Read more …]

Revisiting the Southeastern U.S.

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It had been a number of years since we were in the southeast (excluding Washington, D.C., which we visit every couple years. A return trip was long overdue. This trip covered parts of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia and, of course, D.C. It was bookmarked by two of our favorite cities: Charleston, South Carolina, [Read more …]