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National park mostly visited by locals. You'll see people picnicking with family and friends, people jogging, people walking their dogs. A nice spot to just relax and read a book.
This park is on the block and is perfect for a nice picnic or games such as frisbee.
If you need a break from the city, check out Lincoln Park. Surrounded by stunning row houses, the park is full of locals playing with their dogs, watching their children play in the small playgrounds, or relaxing on a bench or blanket. You'll also see two prominent statues in the park: the…
Great to walk over (only a block!) and sit on one of the benches and people (or dog) watch!
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“Probably one of the most overlooked Smithsonian museums. I like it because it’s interesting and quick. You can be in and out in 30-45 min, check out the Gutenberg bible.”
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“Eastern Market is a historic market, built in 1873 as part of Pierre L’Enfant’s design for the city to include local neighborhood markets throughout the city. The architect of Eastern Market, Adolph Cluss, was the same architect who designed the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building (the Smithsonian “castle” on the Mall!). The Market is open daily from 7am – 7pm (closed on Monday), and includes vendors who sell fresh local fish, meats, cheeses, flowers, and local goods. The big draw for the Market, however, is the weekend artisan market in which hundreds of DC’s local artists and crafters set up tents to sell their beautiful and artsy products. 7th street is closed down and it is a lot of fun! The artisan market is from 9am – 5pm each Saturday and Sunday. The Market Lunch is a cafe in the Market that serves a great breakfast - be sure to check it out! The “blue bucks” pancakes (blueberry buckwheat pancakes) are amazing and “the brick” is their famous breakfast sandwich.”
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“There are about 22 parks in the Hill hood, and this is the closest. Includes a playground for little ones and green space for all. Great spot for picnics. From the corners you really get a sense of L'Enfant's layout for D.C. Great cannon angles to hold back marauders. Plus, a statue of Nathaniel Greene for Revolutionary War buffs.”
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“Rock and Roll Hotel is a great spot to catch a live show. They have live music nearly every night of the week, and are usually priced under $20 / ticket. So, take a chance on someone you're unfamiliar with. ”
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