Dumbarton Oaks

So, we were trying to find Dumbarton House, which, as it turns out, is completely unrelated Dumbarton Oaks (I still haven’t been to Dumbarton House).

On the plus, Dumbarton Oaks Garden is insanely relaxing.

On the downside, the entirety of the Dumbarton Oaks Museum, including the pre-Columbian art wing, designed by Philip Johnson (who I am a fan of; I actually used to pick up my paycheck from a building he designed in Minneapolis), was closed.

But, with a bag full of books bought from The Lantern, a lovely spring day, and time to kill, I still recommend visiting.



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