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Dr. Andrea advises a reader whose spouse seems to think public transportation is only for “poor people,” and a parent whose daughter axed their shopping outings.
If you’re heading from D.C. to the mountains along the Shenandoah Valley, chances are you’ll be on or near Interstate 81, home of some classic roadside attractions.
Though it became Ronald Reagan National Airport in 1998, many — especially Democrats — won’t call it that.
The huge waterside complex has a lighthouse, Frederick Douglass’ sister’s home, and working shipwrights, too.
The museum seeks to personalize Monroe through scholarship, family heirlooms and examples of the great man’s excellent taste in furniture.
You know the airport we mean.
Finish your holiday shopping in the time it takes to sing “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Our gift guide makes that a cinch.
Must-see Federal, fully renovated in 1990s! This circa 1801, three-story + basement, red-brick charmer has seven BRs, 13 fireplaces, HUGE formal dining room, drawing room, study!
No example of civic pride is too trivial for this modest museum.