My Beautiful City

I loved working down by the OEOB, jogging embassy row, the Hirshhorn, living in Dupont Circle. Standing in the Jefferson Memorial at night and reading the quotations. The great NW restaurants on 16th and 17th streets, all the way over to 14th. Adams Morgan. Not needing a car. Walking down 18th street to work. Free concerts at the Kennedy Center. Buying notecards in museum gift shops. A truly wonderful city to live in and explore. You'll bounce back!

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