Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Nate and I went to visit Theodore Roosevelt Island recently. If you don't know, it is located smack in the middle of the Potomac River right where the boats row. Some cool (ok, dorky) facts: it's 88 acres, which is a lot bigger than I thought, and it has a memorial to TR in the middle, which is amazingly beautiful and awe-inspiring (and at which this picture, also not one of mine, was shot). Another very awe-inspiring place we visited is Arlington National Cemetery, which brings tears to your eyes no matter who you are, and has the most spectacular view of DC I have yet to see.
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