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Re: Washington, DC, and Quality of Information Dr. Bob

Posted by shelliR on October 1, 2001, at 19:20:15

In reply to Re: Washington, DC, and Quality of Information, posted by Dr. Bob on September 28, 2001, at 1:28:47

> > You ought to announce all your travel destinations
> Actually, I already do:
> > and get the scoop from locals on where to stay and what to do. For instance, if you ever come here to St. Louis, I would recommend an opulent
> > bed-and-breakfast in a turn-of-the-century mansion that wouldn't cost any more than a boring hotel. Wonderful dining, and it's supposed to be haunted. How cool is that?
> Very cool! Any tips on Washington, DC?

On the off chance that you haven't already booked a hotel, the Tabard Inn at Dupont Circle is very charming, and just generally a nice place to hang out. I've never stayed overnight, but have had coffee and drinks there. One of my favorites galleries is very close by (in the Dupont Circle area) , the Phillips Collection. Its one of the first modern art collections in the country, collected primarily by one man (Duncan Phillips). It has some very fine work, (Renoir, Matisse, Georgia O'Keefe, etc.) housed in a very intimate gallery. What are your interests, aside from the obvious (and how much free time will you have?) That will help in pointing you to places you might like to see.





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