On 30 Jan 2016 02:24, "Aaron M. Ucko" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Felipe Sateler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > I'd be happy to meet! Especially if you can give us tips on stuff to do in
> > DC ;)
> There are a lot of good museums downtown, many free (belonging to the
> government-run Smithsonian Institution). As I recall, you also asked
> about live music. There are a few clubs around 14th and U NW, and I
> think also on H St. NE, that often have rock bands, and the Kennedy
> Center's Millennium Stage has free performances every evening at 6 pm:
Cool. Will check this out. I was already planning on visiting the smithsonian, so good to hear that it is recommended.
> > I'm traveling with my girlfriend, so I'm afraid it would have to be a more
> > social setting (drinks or dinner). I don't think she would be willing to
> > attend a lug meeting ;)
> That's fair. For that matter, my wife and our kids (age 9 and 11) might
> also join in.
> > We are staying near the judiciary square metro (3rd with I NW), but we can
> > of course go anywhere accessible by bus or subway.
> I live near Shady Grove station, on the far end of the Red Line, but
> would be up for meeting in DC proper this (Saturday) afternoon or
> evening. Anyone else in?
I'll be arriving today so should be ready (after check in at hotel) around 7:30-8:00. I'm not sure if this is too late by US standards (this time of year I hear it gets dark early). I understand if it is too late.
Sorry for the delayed responses, I just got internet on a Starbucks.