Tag Archive | Washington DC

The Morrison-Clark Hotel, Washington, DC

The Morrison-Clark Hotel, Washington, DC

The Morrison House was originally built in 1864 by a wealthy DC merchant named David Morrison who made his money during the Civil War by selling feed and flour to the Union Army. The Clark House, built by Ruben B. Clark, was also built in 1864. Clark made his fortune through investments, owning a grocery, […]

Take A Seat, Dad

Take A Seat, Dad

Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, known as RFK Stadium and originally District of Columbia Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Washington, DC. The stadium is located on the exact axis of East Capitol Street, which means that from the top of the stadium you can see the US Capitol and the Washington Monument lined up perfectly to the […]

Otakon 2017

Otakon 2017

We (Andrea and I) find ourselves immersed in the world of anime once again. The convention we historically visited in Baltimore moved an hour south to a much larger venue in Washington, DC. We like the chance to share in a celebration of a common fandom, Japanese pop-culture and anime. The really cool part is […]

The Greeks

The Greeks

We live to explore here at No Kids, Will Travel. Amanda and I always want to soak up some of the culture of a place we visit. We usually do that by visiting a museum or an archaeological park or taking a walking tour. We visit the past as often as we can because it’s one […]

Visiting the National Christmas Tree

Visiting the National Christmas Tree

It’s Christmas in Washington, DC and that means something special happens in this partisan and cynical city. The Christmas Spirit begins to take hold of the young, old, republican, democrat and independent, and they all flock to the ellipse to view the national Christmas Tree. The grounds of the ellipse, between the Washington Monument and the White […]