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May 28, 2010

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Daniel Shiner

Hi Erik--I know DuPont Circle pretty well, my daughter lived very close to there (Van Ness) for a couple of years--I think you are two stops down on the red line. Make sure to go to the Newseum if you haven't already (if you want to see some impressive old books and other totally cool stuff) and for fun, go splurge at the Spy Museum (expensive but kind of cool in a dorky sort of way).

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