Sam Edelstein has served as the Communications Associate – New Media for Cultural Tourism DC for the last year. Since moving the DC in 2007, he has explored many different parts of the city, and loves everything it has to offer, except for the oppressive heat! Sam is leaving the city to take on a new adventure at his alma mater, Syracuse University, but is leaving behind five of his favorite places in the city.
Editors Note: Sam has been the editor for this item and most of what you see on Cultural Tourism DC’s website. Sam is leaving us to return to his alma mater, but this time as an employee and not a student. We asked Sam what he liked the most and what he will miss about Washington, DC.
Bonus- Paul Greenberg House (2301 Calvert St., NW) – When I was first looking for apartments in DC right before I graduated from Syracuse University, I was lost near the Woodley Park Metro Station. While trying to find my way, I stumbled across the Greenberg House, which is home to Syracuse University’s DC alumni office. I walked in, asked them for directions, and immediately felt at home in the city.
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