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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.
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.
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.
Sofitel Lafayette Square in Washington, DC
Sofitel Washington DC Lafayette Square has a romantic offer with its Sparkling Sofitel Rendezvous package.
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.
June Festivals in DC
June is filled with fun summer festivals that visitors to Washington, DC won't want to miss.
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.
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.
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.
Two Read Pandas at the National Zoo in DC
Two Red Pandas at the National Zoo in DC. Page 3.
Winter Activities In Washington
What to do in Washington during the Winter months.
Strawberry Dart Frog at National Zoo in DC
Strawberry Dart Frog at National Zoo in Washington, DC. Page 2.
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.
The US Navy Memorial in Washington, DC
The US Navy Memorial in Washington, DC was dedicated on October 13, 1987. Along with the Naval Heritage Center where visitors can get a healthy dose of maritime history, the US Navy Memorial comprises the Memorial Plaza which honors America’s sailors
July in Washington
There’s lots to do in Washington during July from fireworks to beer tastings at the National Zoo.
The Big Apple Circus is Coming to Dulles Town...
The Big Apple Circus is coming to the Washington, DC Metro Area in March. The circus will make its way to the Dulles Town Center, March 6 -27, 2010. Find out more about the Circus show, tickets and performances.
Visit the Supreme Court in Washington, DC
The US Supreme Court in Washington, DCis the highest judicial body in the US. Visitors to DC can hear oral argument October through April.
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.
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.
Potenza DC - A Restaurant Review
Potenza is located at 1430 H St. NW 202-638-4444 www.potenzadc.com. Potenza is an Italian restaurant just a block away from the White House. Read my review to learn about dishes, cocktails and desserts
Guide to Gunston Hall Plantation
Gunston Hall Plantation is the home of George Mason who authored the Virginia Declaration of Rights, the outline for the US Constitution's Bill of Rights. Tour the plantation, find hours of operation.
W Hotel Washington, DC
W Hotel Washington, DC is a luxury hotel next to the White House. W Hotel Washington, DC is the city's it hotel where insiders crowd the POV Bar. Perfect place to stay during the Fourth of July and watch the fireworks
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.
Wolf Trap National Park For the Performing Arts
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts is located in Vienna, VA about 30-40 minutes from downtown Washington, DC. Learn about performances, concertns, musical events.
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.
Marian Koshland Science Museum
Not many people know, including native Washingtonians, that the nation’s capital is home to a science museum. The Marian Koshland Science Museum is part of the National Academy of Sciences and has lots of interesting exhibits to learn everything from emerging infectious diseases to what the universe is made of.
Constitution Gardens in Washington, DC
Constitution Gardens in Washington, DC spreads across 45 acres of land and pays tribute to the 56 men who signed the US Constitution.
Folger Shakespeare Library Opens a New Exhibit:...
Folger Shakespeare Library on Capitol Hill is one of the city's tucked away treasures. The library, dedicated to the life and works of William Shakespeare
Holiday Hotel Packages in Washington, DC
Holiday hotel packages are in abundance during the holidays in Washington, DC. Visitors can find great hotel deals throughout the city. Premium and luxury hotels offer packages that pamper and are family friendly.
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.
Shakespeare Free for All
Shakespeare Free For All is an annual summer event in Washington, DC that offers visitors and the local community an opportunity to see free performances of a Shakespeare play. Learn more about plays, times and venues.
Free Holiday Concerts at the Willard Hotel
Commencing December 1st, the Willard will present a free music program called Holiday Lobbying Monday-Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Top choral and musical ensembles from around the Washington Metro area will perform in the elegant grandeur of the hotel’s famous lobby.
Bargain Theatre Tickets to DC Theatre
Find bargain theatre tickets for half-price to the theatre, dance, music, and opera for performances at the Kennedy Center, National Theatre, Arena Stage, Ford's Theatre, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, and more.
Wolf Trap's Children's Theatre in the Woods-...
Washington, DC has great summer activities for kids of all ages and Wolf Trap's 2009 Children's Theatre in the Woods is one of the many activities for kids ages five to 12 to enjoy.
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.
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.
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.
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
Clouded Leopard Cubs at National Zoo
Clouded Leopard Cubs born at National Zoo. These two cute little furry balls are part of the recent baby boom at the National Zoo in DC.
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.
Folger Shakespeare Library September Events
Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC offers visitors free events and activities in September 2009. Learn more about the free events at Folger Shakespeare Library in DC
National Silver Fox Rabbits at the National Zoo
National Silver Fox Rabbits living at the National Zoo in DC. Page 4.
Visit Hillwood Estate during the Winter...
Hillwood estate is a breathe-taking 5-acre site that overlooks Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC. The mansion was bought by Majorie Merriweather Post, heir to the Post cereal fortune, to serve as a future museum for her art collection.
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.
Voice of America - A Guide to Touring Voice of...
Voice of America (VOA) is metro accessible and offers behind the scene broadcast tours that cover the history of shortwave broadcasts of the 1940s to Internet broadcasts of today.
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.
KidSpy® Festival Tradecraft Try-Its
Families visiting Washington, DC will love the International Spy Museum. With fun for both kids and mom and dad everyone can enjoy being a spy at the first KidSpy Festival ever.
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.
The Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage: Free...
The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage (2700 F St. NW Washington, DC 20566, 202-467-4600)provides visitors an opportunity to see a range of performances free of charge 364 days a year. Every night at 6 p.m.
What To Do During Washington Heat
Washington summers mean heat and humidity. Here are some things to do this week as the mercury rises.

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