Outside the hotel room. Somehow between here and the airplane, he managed to lose those sunglasses.
A quasi-amusing ad for the hotel's restaurant
I liked this picture a lot, even though I was crying and sad
Getting into the car ...
... and watching him drive off into the sunset. Or sunrise, as it were.
...so I went for a swim
I had a sad little realization sitting here, typing, and facing the mirror. I realized that this is what it is -- my relationship. It's me, alone, with my laptop. That made me feel incredibly lonely.
Behold the beauty that is Sticky Fingers cupcakes
Himalayan Heritage Restaurant and Bar, where aaronbenedict and I had dinner Monday night (or rather I had dinner while he watched -- it's not Kosher and he'd already eaten).
I always really liked the name "Kalorama"
And speaking of names I find amusing ...
This one too :)
I love Tibet Shop. They've got great jewelry.
Idle Time Books
Jyoti Restaurant, where I had lunch
Tibet Shop again
Club Heaven and Hell. I remember this place distinctly from when I lived in DC two decades ago. I'm stunned it still exists.
Why, yes, I did see a man taking his tortoise for a walk. Why do you ask?
... where I discovered that my house is for sale!
Is it just me, or is Kathy Griffin starting to look like a drag queen?
The Black Cat, where aaronbenedict and I went on Tuesday night for Vegan Donut Movie Night. The movie was Dazed and Confused, which he'd never seen before. He seemed to love the soundtrack as much as I do.
Pulp, where I bought many cool Frida Kahlo postcards
The Scottish Rite Temple
Glut Food Co-op
I really liked Glut. It was the old school kind of co-op: wooden floors, wooden shelves, and lots of stuff in bins. It was like going back in time. Heckuva name, though.
The bulk herbs section
I passed a bus on the Beltway that had a vegan ad on the side of it. It stunned me -- in a good way. I guess it's just not the kind of thing you see in Pittsburgh. I'm glad it is the kind of thing you see in DC.