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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.
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.
Winter Activities In Washington
What to do in Washington during the Winter months.
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.
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.
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.
The Buzz About Buzz Bakery & Coffee in...
Buzz Bakery & Coffee in Alexandria, VA is a coffee house and upscale bakery with free wi-fi. Looking for a place to grab a cup of joe off the beaten path, Buzz Bakery & Coffee might be for you.
July in Washington
There’s lots to do in Washington during July from fireworks to beer tastings at the National Zoo.
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.
What To Do During Washington Heat
Washington summers mean heat and humidity. Here are some things to do this week as the mercury rises.
Sightseeing DC With A Teen
Washington offers lots of stuff to do that may be of particular interest to a teenager. Here are the top 10 sites that may (or not) appeal to the 13-19 crowd.
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
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.
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.
The US Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, DC
The US Capitol Visitor Center will open its doors on December 2, 2008. Learn about booking a tour online and about all the exhibits on display.
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.
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.
Festival of Hearty One Pot Cooking at Rosa...
Rosa Mexicano is an upscaling Mexican restuarnt in Washington, DC. The one-pot cooking is part of a month long event.
Mount Vernon Fall Wine Festival and Sunset Tour
The Mount Vernon Fall Wine Festival and Sunset Tour takes place from Oct. 2-4, 2009. Tickets are $30 and allows you to sample wines from 17 Virginia wineries.
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.

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