TRAVEL: LETS GO TO WASHINGTON, D.C.: PART 2
This post is an update to the one you read just a few days ago. I had several other places I had wanted to show you but needed to gather the images.
#1. Meridian Hill Park
This is a National Park Service property up in the Columbia Heights section of the District.The park construction was started in 1914 and finished in 1936. Take a look at their site: it has the entire history and lots of wonderful historic photographs. I had never heard of it! But my daughter lives nearby so we took a walk up there on what was, for Washington in July, an unusually pleasant, clear and low humidity day. I only took a few photos but here they are:
This is the largest “cascading” water flow in a park in this country. And it was just beautiful.
Next on my update list for you:
#2. Union Market
Union Market, located in the NE section of the city, opened in 1931 selling all kinds of produce, meat, vegetables etc. to both the public […]