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Washington, DC Travel: Most Popular Articles

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Try Shuttles to and from the Airport in...
Shuttle Services are an economical way to get to and from DC airports and train stations. Here is a list of some of popular and convenient ground services.
Octagon House and Museum - Washington, DC
The Octagon House and Museum in Washington, DC is located at 18th St. and New York Ave. NW. Find out how to arrange a tour and see the oldest museum in the U.S. devoted to architecture.
Best Restaurants For Dessert in Washington, DC
A guide to the best restaurants in Washington, DC for desserts. Learn where the best places are to find your favorite sweet. Be it cupcakes, pie, ice cream or a souffle DC has some great places for dessert.
St. Matthew Cathedral in Washington, DC
St. Matthew Cathedral is located at 1725 Rhode Island, NW in Washington, DC. It is famously known as the Catholic church where President John F. Kennedy's funeral was held and where the annual Red Mass is held in the fall.
National Museum of the Marine Corps
The National Museum of the Marine Corps, 36 miles outside of Washington DC, teaches us about this military branch through lots of interactive displays.
Presidential Inauguration 2013
No matter who gets elected to the White House, witnessing the inaugural swearing-in ceremony is an honor. The next presidential inauguration is Jan. 21, 2013, where either Gov. Mitt Romney will stand on the podium for the first time or President Barack Obama gets sworn in for his second term. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about getting tickets or just being a spectator. You'll also learn about the actual ceremony.
The International Spy Museum: Operation...
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC has some great programs that will make your kids want to stay in the District forever. The Spy Museum's Operation Undercover: Secrets of Disguise is an experience that they will always remember.
The Enigma
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Page 7.
Exhibit at the International Spy Museum
Produced by the KGB the shoe transmitter is like something out of James Bond Story. On exhibit at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC, the shoe transmitter was used during the height of the cold war. Page 8.
Church Services for Christmas in Washington, DC
Washington, DC has some wonderful churches where you can celebrate Christmas Eve and Christmas day. If you are looking for a midnight Mass to attend, there are many local churches that offer services.
National Museum of American History –...
The National Museum of American History is part of the Smithsonian Institution and is located in Washington, DC. Visitors can see over three million artifacts ranging from the original Star-Spangled Banner, Abraham Lincoln's top hat and more.
Tools of the Trade
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Page 5.
Write Your Valentine a Love Letter: Stationery...
Valentine's Day isn't always about the flowers and the chocolates. Writing your sweetheart a love letter is a priceless gift and the fine stationery that many speciailty shops in DC carry would make even Shakespeare jealous.
High Speed Chases the Bond Way
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Page 6.
New York Ave in Washington, DC - Exploring DC's...
New York Avenue in Washington, DC is a diagonal street that runs through downtown DC. New York Avenue is dotted with historical landmarks and museums in the District including the Octagon House and Museum, the National Arboretum, the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Washington, DC Sports
Washington has some great sports teams and arenas to catch games. This guide will tell you exactly what teams play here, where you can see them play, and the best way to get tickets.
Going Native in Washington, DC
Here are ten great tips to look like a Washington, DC insider rather than a typical tourist.
Georgetown Cupcake Takes the Cake
Georgetown Cupcake is DC's premier cupcakery. Tucked away in trendy Georgetown, Georgetown Cupcake is a must stop for every visitor to Washington, DC.
Dog-Friendly Happy Hours in Washington, DC
Dog happy hour in Washington, DC is fun for humans and puppies. These dog-friendly venues have happy hours planned that are hospitable to pets and their masters.
Sesame Street Photo Exhibit at Union Station
For those of us pushing 40, it may seem near impossible to believe that Sesame Street blew out its own
July in Washington
There’s lots to do in Washington during July from fireworks to beer tastings at the National Zoo.
June Festivals in DC
June is filled with fun summer festivals that visitors to Washington, DC won't want to miss.
Learn the Tricks of the Trade at the Spy Museum...
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC is filled with memorabilia and information about intrigue and espionage and how it has shaped our nation over the years. Page 3.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is a great place to learn history and see one of Washington's newest memorials.
Basilica of the National Shrine of the...
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is one of the ten largest churches in the world. It is also the largest Roman Catholic Church in the US.
Ford's Theatre Museum in Washington, DC--A...
Ford’s Theatre Museum in Washington, DC reopened its doors on July 15, 2009 after extensive renovations. Learn about visiting hours, what you will see, and when to go.
"Barack Obama" by Shepard Fairey on Display at...
"President Obama" a portrait by Shepard Fairey is on display at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington,
Dumbarton Oaks Museum & Gardens
Dumbarton Oaks Museum & Gardens boasts 16 acres of gardens, terraces, reflecting pools and more. It is also a research facility for Byzantine studies.
An Insider's View of the Spy Museum
The lobby of the International Spy Museum in DC. Page 2.
March in Washington
March in Washington is when we start to see signs of Spring. Between celebrating the Persian New Year, film screenings on California Parks, and the National Cherry Blossom Festival, visitors won’t be bored during the month.
Drag Queen Race in Washington, DC
The Washington DC Drag Queen Race runs down 17th Street in Dupont Circle and is a favorite Halloween event in Washington, DC.
La Tasca Restaurant
La Tasca is a Spanish tapas restaurant and bar in Washington across the street from the Verizon Center. It’s also around the corner from the National Portrait Gallery, the National Museum of Crime & Punishment, and the International Spy Museum.
Intrigue & Espionage
These photos highlight some of the exhibits visitors are treated to during their visit to the International Spy Museum. From the famous Bond car to the shoe transmitter, visitors to this informative and fun museum devoted to intrigue and espionage will not be disappointed.
Review of Equinox Restaurant in DC
Equinox is an award-winning restaurant known for its elegant American fare that is inspired by the seasons and the region. Located just a block from the White House, this is the perfect place to dine before seeing a performance at Warner’s Theater or after a walking tour of the monuments by moonlight.
Hay Adams Hotel in Washington, DC
The Hay Adams is one of Washington, DC's most luxurious hotels. Steps away from the White House, the Hay Adams is a convenient hotel with superior service.
National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden in...
The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC is a popular spot, particularly during the summer. Located on the National Mall at 7th Street and Constitution Avenue NW (The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is bounded by Constitution Avenue and Madison Drive, and 7th and 9th Streets, NW.
Luke the Lion at the National Zoo in DC
Luke the Lion at the National Zoo enjoys a day in the snow. Page 6.
Washington DC Christmas Church Services
If you’ll be in the nation’s capital for Christmas 2011, why not come to one of the city’s iconic churches for a Christmas Eve or Christmas Day service? Here are five of the most historic churches and the Christmas services they offer.
Running And Biking Events In DC
Running and biking are great ways to see a city. And Washington has several events this Spring that can offer visitors a real glimpse of different parts of the city as they run or bike through it.
Cherry Blossom Festival Events: Sakura Matsuri...
This year marks the 50th Japanese Street Festival in Washington, DC. It will take place on Saturday, April 10, 2010 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The motto of the festival is all things Japanese.
Fly Lounge in Washington, DC
Fly Lounge located in Washington, DC is an upscale club located in DC's Dupont Circle neighborhood. Fly Lounge is part of Washington, DC's exciting nightlife.
Storefront Churches by Camilo José Vergara...
The National Building Museum will be exhibiting Storefront Churches: Photographs by Camilo José Vergara June 20-November 29, 2009 in Washington, DC.
Park Hyatt Washington, DC - A Luxury Hotel
Park Hyatt Washington, DC is located at 1201 24th St. NW Washington, DC 20037; 202-789-1234 a few blocks from Georgetown and is a luxury hotel. Park Hyatt is a favorite hotel among many visitors to the DC metro area.
An Exteroir Shot of the International Spy...
The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC
Duke Ellington Jazz Festival in Washington, DC
The Duke Ellington Jazz Fesitval in Washington DC takes place June 5-15, 2009 and includes free concerts on the National Mall.
Dumbarton Concerts in the Heart of Georgetown
Georgetown has a great selection of live music venues and if chamber music is your fetish, then Dumbarton Concerts in historic Georgetown is a place you will want to visit.
Patriotic Places to Celebrate July 4th in...
Washington, DC is a place of patriots and patriotism. The city is filled with landmarks that honor those who made the US “the Home of the Brave” and that embody the spirit of American freedom.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
National Museum of Women in the Arts is located at 13th St and New York Ave in Washington, DC. National Museum of Women in the Arts explores the achievements of women in the art world. Find exhibits, hours, and general information.
"First Dogs: American Presidents and their...
The newest exhibit at the Newseum in Washington, DC is called First Dogs: American Presidents and Their Pets. It will run through March 2009.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Washington, DC
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Washington, DC is one of the best luxury hotels in Washington, DC, and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Washington, DC is the closest hotel to the famous cherry blossoms that surround the Tidal Basin. Located betwen Maine & Maryland Ave, and 12th and 14th Streets, SW , the hotel is within a short walking distance to the monuments, memorials and other DC sights and attractions.

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