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The Fairmont Olympic, classic but up-to-date

The Olympic is a big part of Seattle history, and I appreciate the way the Fairmont has kept its classic atmosphere and tradition alive. Along with the old-time luxury and style, in the...more

Going Out Gurus

For inside information about what's going on while you are in DC, check out the Washington Posts's Going Out Gurus page: http://www.washingtonpost.com/gog/?wpisrc=6000450. In...more

Best food on the Mall

When you have been trudging around a museum all morning and your stomach begins to growl, the food carts around the mall may not look appetizing. For a great lunch, go to the Museum of...more

Skip the tourist traps

and experience the real vibrant Washington D.C. by visiting the Historic Shaw neighborhood. Shaw's famous U Street corridor has undergone dramatic changes within the last few years...more

DC Comfort Food

The half-smoke is a D.C. classic. It's smoked sausage with a kick, paired perfectly with chili and onions. The best are at Ben's Chili Bowl, right across from the U Street...more

Booey's is Best

Wandering the Georgetown area and want an affordable snack? Booeymonger is the place to be! I discovered this haven 30 years ago when, as a college student, all I could afford was a...more

Dupon Circle Delights!

I am revealing you a couple of my favorite places to get "Chai" (spiced tea - so GOOD) and the best sushi in DC area.Teaism *Beautiful side walk front garden with stone bench...more

A Coffeehouse that isn't a Starbucks

If you want a slice of the "Real Washington" then Tryst coffeehouse in the eclectic Adams-Morgan neighborhood is definitely a place to drop-in on, but don't be in a rush!...more

A True Urban Hip Experience

Located on the ground floor of the "Langston" apartment house Busboys & Poets (named after "the busboy poet" Langston Hughes) is a big attraction on the historic...more

Wacky Washington Nightlife

People who think Washington is a town of uptight bureaucrats should definitely visit Madam's Organ. It's big with both local and tourists. Even the Bush twins partied here. ...more

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