Washington, D.C. Journals

Time well spent in Washington DC

A February 2004 trip to Washington, D.C. by tamtbell

Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood House Photo, Washington, D.C., United States More Photos
Quote: Living in Southern Maryland as a child I visited DC from time to time. However now as an adult I visit whenever I get the chance. DC lacks the warmth of some other cities, but it makes up for it with good food, culture, and scenic beauty.

Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood House

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Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood House Photo, Washington, D.C., United States
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I was lucky enough during my road trip across the United States with my husband to be in Washington DC during my father’s birthday. My parents, brother, husband and I decided to celebrate at my parents' favorite Japanese Steak and Seafood house, Sakura, which was an automatic favorite for me because of my love of Japanese food. Luckily we did not have to drive into the city because there is a Sakura restaurant located in Woodbridge right off Potomac Mills Road, so we only had a 15-minute drive. We arrived a few minutes prior to our reserved time and the five of us were promptly seated with another family with three small children. After all of us had looked over our menus we ordered our food ...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on February 27, 2004

Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood House
14532 Potomac Mills Road
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192
(703) 492-8464

International Spy Museum

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Attraction | "The International Spy Museum"

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My father, who always loved watching James Bond, decided that we should all visit the somewhat newly opened Spy Museum in downtown Washington DC. Since my parents live a short distance away from the Blue line metro station at Franconia Springfield station, we decided to drive to the station and then take the metro all the way to the Chinatown station. This station is approximately a brisk 10 minute walk to the museum but on a nice day it’s a pretty interesting one as you pass by other pedestrians, shops, and vehicles racing by you. Upon arriving at the Museum we discovered that admittance for us was $12.00 for my husband and father due to their military affiliations, and $13.00 for my brother,...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on March 1, 2004

International Spy Museum
800 F St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20004
(202) 393-7798