‘Braving the Snowmageddon’
courtesy of ‘theqspeaks’
Here at Where We Live, our focus is on neighborhoods and communities where people live, work, and play. But recently, there’s not been a whole lot of leaving the house, so this week’s feature is focusing on the best places to be snowed in. Sure, this may be the worst winter in history, but if you’re basing your next move on where you’d prefer to be snowed in, here are some ideas.
Best Neighborhood to Drink Away the Storm: Adams Morgan is the place to be if you don’t want to be snowed in your home. With several bars within walking distance staying open during the storm, you’ll be able to drink away your sorrows. On Friday night during Snowmageddon, the streets were empty but the bars were open and offering pretty amazing deals!
‘Foggy Bottom NH Ave.’
courtesy of ‘Mr. T in DC’
When I first started writing the Where We Live feature back in April, I didn’t know all that much about DC’s neighborhoods. I’ve had a lot of fun exploring DC’s neighborhoods and learning more about how they evolved into the great places they are today. So to wrap up the year (not this feature, don’t worry– we’ve got several more DC neighborhoods to profile and then we’ll be heading out to the suburbs in 2010!), I thought it’d be fun to share some of the most interesting parts of some of the seventeen DC neighborhoods I’ve checked out. So read on to learn about the most controversial Where We Live, the bloggiest neighborhood, the one thing that every person I’ve interviewed tells me they love about their neighborhood, and more!