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Washed Ashore is a summer long exhibit at the National Zoo featuring 17 marine sculptures made entirely from plastic pollution directly recovered from the ocean. These sculpture represent the more than 315 billion pounds of plastic in oceans. The exhibition is created by The Washed Ashore Project. These sculptures are actually really well done, with cool details. We only viewed the sculptures at the top part of the zoo, but plastics used included, beach toys, umbrellas, bottles, fishing poles, flip flops, toilet seats, boogie boards, and even shotgun shells.
Does the Zoo Bar in Woodley Park count as a dive bar? If so, its got my vote as best. (insert appropriate emoticon)
Saida Cunningham is the best masseuse I have ever visited. Friendly, calming, and knowledgeable, she is a real therapist who can work deep tissue, trigger point, etc. She treats you like a friend and patient, and actually keeps written records of each visit, what was tight, etc. and refers back to them before your next appointment. Best of all, her rates are really reasonable, a 90-minute massage is just $95 and she does not accept tips. Office is right across from the entrance to the zoo. Hands Down Body Therapy - website 3000 Connecticut Ave, N.W, Suite 108 Washington, D.C. 20008 (South Entrance) Greg Watson