pop quiz

We’re still trying to figure out how to use our Delta credit, and Loki had an intriguing idea: go somewhere with pretty architecture and/or lots of history.

Since our credit (and my time-off availability) will probably preclude any description of jaunt back to Europe (you know, where the history comes from), we’re thinking somewhere possibly New-England-ish, like Boston or Philadelphia or something.

Where would you go to learn about or see American-history-related stuff, and why? Or where would you go for cool architecture? For reference, we found Seattle to be almost unbearably neato in terms of architecture.

2 thoughts on “pop quiz

  • 26 November 2007 at 10:20 pm
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    So clearly DC would be on the list. I hear Philly is interesting, but dodgy.
    I would agree that Seattle is amazing. I only walked around a 2 mile section of downtown when I was there, but I saw a number of cool things.

    Ever been to chicago? bound to be something worth seeing in a city with that much history.

    Those are my 2 centavos.

    –douglas

  • 27 November 2007 at 2:59 pm
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    I grew up in Chicago! It’s extra-super-rockin’. I’m trying to work out if we’d be ambushed by family if we tried to go there, though =)

    hadn’t thought about DC at all, hmmm …. Air & Space museum, Spy Museum, and of course the opportunity to make faces at the seat of our government, awesome!

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