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We Asked, You Answered: How Do You Like to Spend Alone Time Around DC?

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On Thursday I noted Washingtonian’s “How to Be Alone” feature package and asked on Twitter what people like to do when they’re alone around here. For me, alone time means going around the Jefferson or Lincoln memorials and watching the planes land and take off from DCA. Here are some of my favorite responses from other people, which include quiet time on the Mall and posting up at the Portrait Gallery for primo people-peeping.

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Brittany Shepherd covers the societal and cultural scene in political Washington. Before joining Washingtonian as a staff writer in 2018, Brittany was a White House Correspondent for Independent Journal Review. While she has lived in DC for a number of years now, she still yearns for the fresh Long Island bagels of home. Find her on Twitter, often prattling on about Frasier.