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The Little Review

Greetings from National Harbor

We went to retrieve Daniel from MAGFest on a lovely temperate winter Sunday that was a perfect day to visit the waterfront. So we parked at National Harbor, went to lunch at a Mediterranean restaurant down there, watched some of the Ravens-Chargers game on the huge screen, visited a few of the shops, sculptures, and megaliths, and eventually came home to go have dinner with my parents. Afterward we watched a bit of the Golden Globes but quickly got irritated by the pompous speeches and, having enjoyed the clips, put on Black Panther instead. Here are a few photos from our day!

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Me with Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt on the main shopping street of National Harbor...

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...and with my family by The Awakening and the ferris wheel.

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We could see the Ravens game (which turned out to be their last of the season) on the huge screen by the waterfront.

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And we could see it from lunch at Mezeh too.

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We stopped in the Peeps store...

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...and in hot sauce store Pepper Palace.

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Daniel got me a stuffed Articuno and a Starfleet necklace at MAGFest.

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And we had dinner with my parents.

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