After some supper at Clyde’s we headed to gay hangout The Fireplace and spent the night in a crowded bar chatting to most of the 200-300 people there celebrating Black Pride. We were two of only three white people in the place and needless to say we had a absolute riot of a night. Our English accents went down a storm.
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Washington DC : From Georgetown to Black Pride...
It’s been an exciting third day of contrasts in America’s capital city: we went to Georgetown, visited the Old Stone House, the Tudor Place Mansion, various historic churches, Oak Hill Cemetery, Dumbarton Oaks house and museum, the C&O canal, Georgetown Waterfront Park, downed a few beers in Martin’s Tavern, and of course visited The Exorcist steps.