Hyatt Regency Reston
Travel Blogs from Reston
... biscuits! Enough about that! We drove by Lynchburg, VA -- the home of Jerry Falwell's Liberty University (gasp!). We did not take the tour. Our only stop was for gas (apropos, perhaps) and coffee. Not too long thereafter we turned off the main road and headed up to the southern end of Shenandoah National Park and got on the Skyline Trail -- actually a very nice, albeit curvy, road. It is basically the only road in the park and ...
... it was so beautiful and a great deal of symbolism. We passed the White house on our way back to the car and then headed to the Folger Shakespeare Library. Pierre and Josh, the Shakespeare lovers in our family, took that in while the rest of us took a little snooze in the car! They said it was really cool. Next, we ate a late lunch at Union Station before piing Carrie up from ...
My good friend Erin teaches near Washington DC, so I decided to visit for a few days this summer. I definitely wanted to hang out with her, but we had some fun planned as well.
The first day we went to the Mall in DC. Erin knew the owner of a food truck, so we found out where it was parked. Homemade cookies and ice cream! Yum! Too bad it rained. Eating ice cream in the rain is not as fun as it could be. Then we ...
... and more about our food system, their food system, and positive change.
Since leaving Jordan, I haven't stopped thinking about all these things and I'm finally owning up to the fact that this how I want to leave my mark on the world. I don't want to be a diplomat or work for USAID or Homeland Security. I want to do food policy, but I'm not entirely sure in what way yet (local? international? state? federal?). That is why I ...
... rush hour during the week. Getting’ the full DC experience. And today was especially tough as the Nationals are in town playing the NY Mets. Tomorrow might be a good- Go to the Ball Park day.
Stopping at Gordon Biersch, this is the last weekend for their signature Kolsch Beer, so we had to stop, ok so for all you DC smart persons, the Gordon Biersch is directly across the street from the National Portrait Gallery. ...
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