Washington D. C. - The Front Page - 2006 Trip

We arrived in Washington D. C., checked into the hotel, and went for a walk.  By the time we stopped at The Front Page for dinner, we were ready for their tasty hot beef stew and a cup of tea, commonly known as comfort food.  We sat by the large windows and watched the traffic and people on the sidewalk getting a feel for the beat of the city.  Service was friendly and efficient.  Front Page’s vibe lent to the business discussion we heard on one side of us, the friendly discussion of the group on the other side of us, or to the quiet conversation taking place between two people rewinding after flying across the country.


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