Recently I wrote a post about things to do in D.C. if you are not a tourist. However, I realize that the majority of you who read my blog don’t live in the district, so here’s a post about what to do if you’re a visitor and you only have a couple of days in the… Read More The Tourist’s Guide to a Weekend in Washington, DC
When I first moved to D.C. I was determined to find spots around my new home that weren’t typical tourist spots. The Washington Monument and the Smithsonian museums are incredible, but being a tourist for five months can get a little old. I googled everything trying to find a list similar to the one I’ve… Read More A Non-Tourist’s Guide to Washington, D.C.
The day after I moved in to my dorm in D.C. I was determined to find the perfect place to study. I hated the idea of just using my university library or the study room on the first floor of my building when I had a city full of great, free places just a metro… Read More Where to Study in Washington, D.C.
Read the title out loud, it rhymes! I LOVE coffee, especially when it comes from somewhere other than Starbucks or some other oversaturated chain brand. Not that there’s anything really wrong with Starbucks, I just prefer supporting local roasters, and in a place like D.C. they are everywhere. I also typically find that these places are… Read More Where to Get Coffee and Tea in Washington, DC