The 15 Geekiest Vacations - #9: International Spy Museum
Once you've gotten your fill—though is that even possible?—of air and space, don your darkest trench coat, pop the collar and slink quietly back into downtown Washington to the International Spy Museum, where the exhibits include "The Secret History of History" and a "School for Spies," replete with 200 spy gadgets from microdots and invisible ink, buttonhole cameras and submarine recording systems, bugs of all sizes and kinds, and ingenious disguise techniques developed by Hollywood for the CIA. The museum's restaurant, Zola, makes a great martini that is—of course—shaken, not stirred.
Geeks need a break too, and from the National Computer Museum to a Star Trek bar in Vegas to Space Camp and Geek Cruises, the tech obsessed have plenty of geeky vacation options. Now if they could only learn how to relax.