Category Archives: Attractions

St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral’s artwork is inspiring

Washington has no shortage of beautiful churches from the National Cathedral to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral on 3400 Massachusetts Ave. NW is perhaps the city’s most colorful church from floor … Continue reading

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Jefferson keeps an eye on Library of Congress

The Library of Congress across the street from the U.S. Capitol was created as a reference library for our politicians. Today, the public also uses it for research. The three buildings are grand to see with their architecture and collections. … Continue reading

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A walk in a French forest . . . kinda

Most people walk through Meridian House and come away impressed with the shear size of the Beaux Arts mansion designed by the renowned John Russell Pope in 1919. Me – I liked the trees in the back. U.S. ambassador Irwin … Continue reading

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Entering the corn

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Rising above Georgetown waterfront

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Free water at Capitol Hill springhouse

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Capitol Hill prime photo spot

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Visiting President Monroe’s Highlands

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Visiting James Madison’s Montpelier

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Free Broadway show coming to Lincoln Memorial

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Who needs a quick laugh?

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Hidden gem on the C&O Canal

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White House gets a new fence

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Three Sisters Islands

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St. John’s Church and Black Lives Matter Plaza

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Fletcher’s Boathouse

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Men of science in Museum of the Bible

It would seem a strange sight at first. Men of science in the Museum of the Bible. But, the displays show the two are not incompatible. Galileo is shown with his telescope. The 17th-century scientist is known for saying the … Continue reading

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Museum of the Bible is a real beauty

The first thing you notice upon entering the Museum of the Bible is the ceiling. Sometimes it’s flowers, sometimes it looks like the Sistine Chapel. But, it’s the most amazing video board I’ve ever seen. Turns out that’s just the … Continue reading

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Bishop’s Garden at National Cathedral

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X marks Deep Throat’s spot

As a journalist in town for more than 40 years, this is my holy ground. A parking garage where secrets that brought down a president were told. Military folks love the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Memorials. Nurses want … Continue reading

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