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Trip Report Mini Trip to Natl Museum of Women in the Arts

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Had the good fortune to meet up with some friends at NMWA on Friday. It was a glorious spring day and using Suitland Parkway from Rte. 4 was a great way to travel during non-rush hours. On this trip I paid more attention and stayed left after crossing the bridge into DC. That kept me from getting on 395 where people speed-alot!

This approach puts one due south of the Capitol. So I just zigged and zagged whenever possible to 12th St. and New York Ave NW. (BTW, there will be road construction for 2 years on New York Ave. so try to find an alternate way into DC).

I parked in a public parking garage about 2 blocks south of New York Ave. and stopped to take shots of the Niki de Saint Phalle's sculptures. Going to post them now.

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