Can you imagine going out to eat with your boss and awkwardly sharing a romantic meal over candlelight? Have you ever taken your grandparents out to a restaurant that was so noisy that they couldn't hear a word you said? Uncomfortable dining experiences are easy to come by because most venues cater to a specific crowd, but they don't do a good job getting the word out. How would you ever know if a certain restaurant is a good idea for a first date, or if you'll be terribly over-dressed wearing formal attire to a particular date-place? You wouldn't.Where to Date in D.C. offers personalized reviews from a male and a female daters' perspective. It is like asking a friend for a restaurant recommendation. Never again will you walk into a restaurant or date place not knowing what to expect. You will be the one who always knows the perfect place to go for every occasion.Where to Date in D.C. is not for one particular type of D.C. dater. Whether you have lived in D.C. all of your life, just moved to the District, or have not yet even visited, this book was made especially for you. Whether you are looking for the perfect place for a first date, a friendly date, a date with out-of-town visitors, lunch dates with clients or professors, even a day-date with your five year old nephew, Where to Date in D.C. will fill you in on the details so you can have time to think about more important things.And the best way to get to the center of it? The answer is simple: peddle. Rent a foot powered peddle boat for you and a friend and spend an hour lounging gleefully under the bright blue sky, ... The Experience: The aceilinga is a bright blue, expanding for as far as you can see, with a few wispy strands of cotton white ... great, your skin will glisten bronze and youa#39;ll step off the boat rested and relaxed.
|Title||:||Where to Date in D.C.|
|Author||:||Lauren Tanick, Boris Epshteyn|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2006-05|