Interning and blogging my way through S’12 in our nation’s capital, I knew I wanted to return and start my post-college life here. After a victory lap 1/2 way around the world to Australia/New Zealand, relocating jobless, and chasing my dreams to live/work in the District, I’m back!
And with a NEW BLOG.
Posted in Ryan's Recs
- Tagged blogs, dc, dcapped, events, free, intern, new blog, news, ryan burdick, summer, things to do
Museums are a hard since they are dictated by interest, but I have a Best Of List for what to see when you’re in DC.
Posted in Best of DC
- Tagged air and space museum, american history museum, dc, free, hirshhorn, intern, national art gallery, national botanical gardens, national museum of natural history, national zoo, postal museum, ryan burdick, Sackler Gallery, sculpture garden, smithsonian, summer
My last full weekend in DC and 1 of my best friends (Beth) visits from Michigan to experience the highlights of the summer.
The Single Most Memorable weekend filled with bar hopping, dancing, and eating Nutella Vanilla Wafer Sandwiches off the back of the Lincoln Memorial at night.
Posted in Weekly Ventures
- Tagged 40 under 40, bday, beth, capitol bike share, celebrate, cobalt, dc, eastern market, founding farmers, free, georgetown cupcake, good dates, green lantern, how to, ideas, intern, market crepes, marvin, monuments by night, musuem, national history, nellies, number nine, phase 1, renwick gallery, ryan burdick, shirtless drinking, smithsonian, summer, town
Where to even start?
That was actually a hard question when I found out at the beginning of May that in 1 month I would be moving to D.C. for the Summer.
Fortunately, I’ve done a bunch of Google searching, blog scouring, and Yelping (naturally). I have to say, there is a lot to do in D.C. during the summer months, but was shocked that there weren’t countless recollections from interns in the blogosphere to hook me up.
So my attempt is to make your (yes, the attractive person reading these words on your preferred type of screen) life easier by providing sources, experiences & lessons learned (see my About page).