Tagged: tourism

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spring: a little CUTE overload

Aside from the most obvious signs: being able to walk outside without turning into a puddle of sweat or sneezing your head and face off from pollen, we don’t often see many more natural indicators that DC is experiencing this...

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in DC: museum’ing, anyone?

Since neither of us had been since the renovation, R and I headed over to the National Museum of American History. Even though it was a pretty chilly day out, it was fairly crowded, perhaps Inauguration leftover tourists. There were...

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Are we sure this is August?

I don’t want to rock the boat too much because I’d love for this type of weather in August to become the norm. It was too nice to stay indoors today so Kyle and I headed out and about. Our...

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“All good things must come to an end.”

Bah! Star Trek: The Experience is closing! Star Trek: The Experience, Las Vegas’ premier interactive attraction will conclude its historic 11 year run at the Las Vegas Hilton on September 1, 2008. Since 1998, millions of guests have gone boldly...

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Seriously y’all, I’m punching a bear in the face!

See here and here for some comic-scans context from The Order, but doesn’t that sound like something Paula Deen would say? “Punching a bear in the face.” might just have to become my standard response to what’s up? Just had...

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Scrum of a different kind. Offside?

I needed a lighter entry to follow up the last one and this is chuckle-worthy, among other things. Towleroad featured this ad last week, and I felt it needed to be shared. In rugby football, the offside rule prohibits players...

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This isn’t how I wanted him freed

They’re going to dig up The Awakening and move it to Maryland? What the hell? Grand Vision for National Harbor Takes Form (Moving ‘The Awakening’ Sculpture Is Just the Start for $2 Billion Venture) …the outdoor sculpture “The Awakening” will...