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91. Kramer Books & Afterwords: A 24-hour independent bookstore and cafĂ© in D.C.'s Dupont Circle neighborhood.  
92. Old Stone House: The oldest house in D.C., built in 1765 by a cabinet maker.  
93. Awakening, The: A huge aluminum sculpture of a giant clawing its way out from the underground, located on the grounds of Haines Poi...  
94. Tidal Basin: An artificial inlet of the Potomac River that links to the Washington Channel.  
95. Sakura: The Japanese cherry tree that makes the National Cherry Blossom Festival possible. The festival first started in 19...  
96. Vietnam Memorial: A national war memorial in Washington D.C. honoring those who died or disappeared in service during the Vietnam War...  
97. Rock Creek Path: A parkway running through western D.C., surrounded by lovely park-like scenery.  
98. X6 Shuttle: A shuttle bus that runs between Union Station and the National Arboretum.  
99. Constitution Gardens: A 50-acre national park with a small lake, adjacent to the National Mall.  
100. Folk Festival: Great live music and craft vendors at Glen Echo in the spring.  
101. Woodley Park Historic District: An early 20th century neighborhood containing two distinctive luxury hotels of the era; the Shoreham and the Wardma...  
102. Cleveland Park: An area known for its historical residences and vintage buildings, in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor section of D....  
103. Van Ness: A neighborhood in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor Section, just north of Cleveland Park.  
104. INTELSAT: A futuristic-looking building overlooking Connecticut Avenue from International Drive, designed to be economical in...  
105. Georgetown University: A private Jesuit research and academic institution located in the Georgetown neighborhood.  
 
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Children's street game of bygone days, involving pink Spalding (or "spaldeen") ball and broomstick. Now sadly defunct.

To bathe or shower.

An LA-based chain for a frozen dessert like frozen yogurt, but with a distinct taste. Over the past few years, it has become a craze all over LA (though now NYC, too). Also referred to as crackberry or frozen heroin juice.

Nickname for Atlanta that comes from the generally sticky-hot weather in the city.

A county park situated along Lake Travis, is the only clothing-optional public park in Texas.