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91. Old Stone House: The oldest house in D.C., built in 1765 by a cabinet maker.  
92. Awakening, The: A huge aluminum sculpture of a giant clawing its way out from the underground, located on the grounds of Haines Poi...  
93. Tidal Basin: An artificial inlet of the Potomac River that links to the Washington Channel.  
94. Sakura: The Japanese cherry tree that makes the National Cherry Blossom Festival possible. The festival first started in 19...  
95. Vietnam Memorial: A national war memorial in Washington D.C. honoring those who died or disappeared in service during the Vietnam War...  
96. Rock Creek Path: A parkway running through western D.C., surrounded by lovely park-like scenery.  
97. X6 Shuttle: A shuttle bus that runs between Union Station and the National Arboretum.  
98. Constitution Gardens: A 50-acre national park with a small lake, adjacent to the National Mall.  
99. Folk Festival: Great live music and craft vendors at Glen Echo in the spring.  
100. Woodley Park Historic District: An early 20th century neighborhood containing two distinctive luxury hotels of the era; the Shoreham and the Wardma...  
101. Cleveland Park: An area known for its historical residences and vintage buildings, in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor section of D....  
102. Van Ness: A neighborhood in the Connecticut Avenue Corridor Section, just north of Cleveland Park.  
103. INTELSAT: A futuristic-looking building overlooking Connecticut Avenue from International Drive, designed to be economical in...  
104. Georgetown University: A private Jesuit research and academic institution located in the Georgetown neighborhood.  
105. Circulator: A bus service in Georgetown.  
 
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1. This isn't actually Spanish, and isn't pronounced as such. It's actually an old Southern word for laundromat and it's pronounced "wash-uh-TEER-ee-uh", more like how you'd say the English "cafeteria", and not in some Latin way.

2. Another name for a laundromat, taken from Houston's rich "Spanglish" vernacular.

Take a left (while driving).

Manhattanites refer to those who commute into Manhattan by bridge or by tunnel as "B&T"s, occasionally as an indication of someone who is "not a real Manhattanite", and/or "pays a more reasonable rent or mortgage"

This is August 15 and a few days on either side. When all the leases in the central city turn over at the same time, many students and other renters leave vast piles of unwanted belongings on the curb as they change apartments. These items are often taken home by others as the population garbage picks the piles. When someone asks where you got an item, you reply "Hippie Christmas."

Topeka's mayor recently declared the city "Google, Kansas" for the rest of the month of March 2010. The city is using its creative juices to attract Google. The Internet giant is currently looking for test sites for its new ultra-fast Internet service called Google Fiber. This isn't the first time Topeka...