Georgetown North: Silver Spoons and Spies Walking Tour w/Club Member Barbara Saffir

Each participant will receive Barbara's book: Walking Washington DC which sells for $18.95 Members and their guests- $20. Nonmembers-$45


 The meeting point is:

The Georgetown Public Library
3260 R St. NW,
Washington, DC 20007 



At the conclusion of the tour you will receive Barbara's book: Walking Washington DC 

 Web site: 

Stroll through one of the capital's oldest neighborhoods with the author of "Walking Washington, DC" to ogle famous homes of the Kennedy clan, CIA spymaster Allen Dulles, film legend Elizabeth Taylor, telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell, Washington Post publishers Kay and Philip Graham, and other DC "celebs." The 2.5-mile walk also saunters past the final resting place of the "founder" of IBM, Dumbarton House (HQ of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America) and Harvard's Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (garden)


Walking Washington, DC: 30 treks to the newly revitalized capital's cultural icons, natural spectacles, urban treasures, and hidden gems. (It also has 15 back stories, maps, photos, parking and Metro information.) It's a first-of-its kind guide for natives to newbies with culture, nature, little-known fun facts, politics, pop culture, and spies. A recent review praised its "mastery of detail" and said, "The writing is engaging and beautifully organized." 

Barbara J. Saffir has been exploring DC’s urban treasures and its softer side for the Washington Post, other publications, and herself for three decades. As a former reporter, political researcher, architecture critic, and nature photographer, she has always adored sharing adventures and discoveries that make people say, “Wow!” Saffir earned her ABE from Harvard Extension in 1982. She currently lives in Fairfax, VA. 

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