We were cruising around Ring Road when I swear I saw a Banksy. So I did the most logical thing, I slammed on the brakes and turned around. Here is what we saw. You tell me. Banksy or really good Fakesy? It’s just subversive enough where I think it is real (The Metropolis logo from Read Post
From America to Europe, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, and beyond, posts here provide a glimpse into specific cities, countries and the adventures you can have while there.
With Lonely Planet in your bag and a 24- or 48-hour tour bus ticket, you’re determined to see all and do all in DC. A day pass on the Metro might be cheaper than a tour bus ticket, but then you’ll be underground and not learning your way around the city. Opt for the tour. Read Post
Museums are interesting for you, if it’s winter. When the sun’s shining you’d rather be active outside. Avoid the horde of tourists while getting a unique perspective of the city. Start Saturday morning with a kayak ride on the Potomac River. Grab sunscreen, pack food and drinks and head to Thompson Boat Center in Georgetown Read Post
You’re not interested in mere food and drinks; you seek a culinary and mixology experience on every trip. Your first stop in the District won’t likely be the National Gallery of Art. So for Saturday lunch, make your way to Teaism’s Penn Quarter location for a pot of oolong and salmon ochazuke soup. If experiential Read Post
The crowd you associate with and the vibe you’re used to won’t be found among thousands of sweaty tourists on the National Mall. DC may be (in)famously known for its politicos, but the art scene emerged long ago and the creative crowd continues to grow. The Corcoran Gallery of Art is a great museum to Read Post