Tag Archives: Photos by Megan Snider

Native Washingtonian 101 — Ted’s Bulletin

I have a new favorite restaurant in town – Ted’s Bulletin. I’m not quite sure how to describe the old-style eatery on 8th & E Sts. SE. Parts of it feel like the 1930s, others like the 1960s. Either way, … Continue reading

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Native Washingtonian 101: Where to eat

Tour guides are often asked where’s the best place to eat. Well, maybe they just ask me that because my size indicates I know a thing or two about buffets. It all depends on your tastes, but here are a … Continue reading

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Take me out to the ballgame . . .

Just steps into Nationals Park, you’ll run into the three most famous ballplayers in Washington history. They’re probably behind Teddy, Abe and George hamming it up with fans. Walter Johnson, Frank Howard and Josh Gibson were immortalized in bronze in … Continue reading

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A Great Time Around Britain in Eight Days

Sometimes I play tourist myself and for the first since becoming a guide I went on someone else’s trip – Trafalgar’s Great Britain-Ireland tour. Eight days – nearly 2,000 miles on a bus plus two ferries, lake boat ride, train … Continue reading

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How Washington Photo Safari became the perfect gift

By Megan Snider Choosing gifts is a tough business. Celebrated my March anniversary with my boyfriend, Spencer, I was at a loss for what to get him — but wanted something special to commemorate our first year together. Both amateur … Continue reading

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National poll: We’re rude, ugly and have great monuments

I don’t know whether to be flattered, amused or insulted, but Travel & Leisure magazine’s new national poll has quite a few interesting things to say about Washingtonians. Out of 35 cities, Washington was rated No. 1 in monuments and … Continue reading

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