… This stunning Mediterranean-style home is fresh new construction, so you don’t have to worry about any ghosts, odors, or finding an old, yellowed note under the floorboards that reads, “these walls consecrated forever to the Prince of Darkness, 1871.” (Maybe that’s why all your houseplants keep dying?)
Okay, so this weekend may have been full of rain but we’re totally not gonna let it get our week down, right?
After all, there’s still a boatload of fun in the sun and all kinds of shenanigans to be had during the work week!
So, if you’re one of the countless individuals out there like myself who feel like they’re just about ready to tap out on Monday afternoon, then you’re in luck — because we’ve got a handful of pick me ups to get you ready and raring to go so you can power through in style til Friday.
For DC insiders, there’s a lot to this city –– there’s old and new architecture, an art scene, plenty of history, food and drinks to enjoy, culture abound, and so much more. To tourists, sometimes DC can seem less multidimensional –– they know our home for its monuments and cherry blossoms. And while yes, we’ve all seen the monuments, it’s safe to say there’s more to our city that meets they eye (or that goes in a tour book)…but that goes for the monuments, too. So what don’t you know about some of the cities most famous sights? You might be surprised. Here are some little-known facts about one of the most famous monuments here: The Lincoln Memorial. … THINGS YOU PROBABLY DON’T KNOW ABOUT THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL
We are lucky here in the DMV to be so close to the Baltimore home of one of America’s great writers, Edgar Allan Poe. Whether you’re in town to catch an Orioles game, visit the aquarium or go to a show at Rams Head Live, try to work a little history into your day by visiting Poe’s home and burial site. … VISIT THE REAL RAVEN’S HOME IN BALTIMORE