A little something before an extra column comes out
Here’s a mailbag for you, but keep an eye out for a special bonus Friday column based on a chat I had with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Daniel: I'll be in DC for work at the end of the month but will have one day free. Any advice from a local on how to make the most of one day in the capital?
This is a boring answer, but if you have one day in town and haven’t been before, the best thing to do is probably to go to the Lincoln Memorial, then walk east through the Vietnam Memorial and the Reflecting Pool, check out the World War II memorial and the Washington Monument, and then keep heading east to check out some of the Smithsonian museums.
My personal favorite (Air and Space) is closed right now, but they all have good stuff, and it’s really just a question of what you’re interested in. Alternatively, if you hate museums, you might turn south after the Washington Monument to check out the Jefferson Memorial, then stroll over to the fish market and The Wharf. But basically, I’m sayin…