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How to Simultaneously Fuel Both Your Car AND Coffee Addictions

Check out pit stop #1 on our list of "Great Places in D.C. for the Auto Enthusiast"

Becky Graebner


June 25, 2013 - 10:00 am
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A bed of Cobras.

Washington, D.C. is notorious for clogged streets and bridges, road-raging drivers, crazy taxis, and careless pedestrians. For those in D.C. who own cars, parking is slim to none and pot holes are as common as pigeons. Poor suspension. In short, the Capital is the opposite of a driver/car-lovers paradise.

Thankfully, the concrete jungle of D.C. is surrounded by a myriad of curving, picturesque roads and not-so secret hang outs for gear-heads and their roadies. For the next few weeks I am going to be giving you the inside scoop on some great places in the D.C. Metro area for racing fans, car-lovers, and joyriders.

Take the kids, take the dog. Break out that classic car that has been sleeping in the back of the garage and enjoy the weather.  It is summer, after all!

**Note: Dear Readers, if you have any good recommendations for great places to visit, comment below!

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The French, back in the day, had a system that allowed you to do this, sort of...or at least move people and make coffee at the same time. They had troop trains for moving their armies to the front, and they had a giant gizmo that you could attach to the steam exhaust--a sort of jumbo espresso machine. The directions were in pounds of coffee and sugar, and it got several hundred troops a steamin' cup of joe, before they boarded the train and went of to defend their country.
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