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When you’re planning a vacation to Washington, there is so much to do, shop, eat and tour that you will want to be sure you don’t miss anything. If you’ve been reading the guidebooks, checking information online and so on, you know it’s not going to be easy to narrow down what you’ll do and see while in the nation’s capital.
I am your Washington, DC Insider to help you make your vacation the best ever. I know the hidden treasures and can advise you on the best events, tours and attractions. I also will keep you informed of lots of discounts and coupons, how to find freebies and so much more.
The first time I saw Washington DC I was 13 years old. We had just moved to Maryland from northern Indiana and I was terribly impressed to be in the nation’s capital. Thinking back, what I remember most are the wide boulevards, the sparkling monuments and the feeling that I was in a very special place. Over the years as I grew up, went to college and raised my children in this city, I found that my first impressions were absolutely right. Now, I hope I can give you a sense of the most unique and magnificent city in the world!
Visit The National Zoo In Washington DC If you think you would like to visit the National Zoo in Washington, DC you're going to be in for a huge treat. Not only is it one of the oldest zoos in the US but, because it is a part of the Smithsonian Institution, admission is free of charge. The Zoo was founded in 1889 with a mission to care for animals along with furthering exotic animal science, education and sustainability. Of course, the National Zoo has always worked hard to enhance the … [Read More...]
New Year's Eve is always a very magical time and this year in Washington, DC is no exception. If you still haven't decided what to do for your New Year's Eve in Washington, DC here are some great ideas. New Year's Eve events in Washington, DC, December 31, 2015 - Washington Post Washington Post - New Year's Eve events in Washington, DC, December 31, 2015- New Year's Eve concert D.C. musicians Rosa Lamoreaux, J. Reilly Lewis, Ann Colgrove, John Hurd, Diane Heath and Dorothy Mora … [Read More...]
National Air and Space Museum If you've always wanted to explore the history of the United States' space program, you can't find a more interesting place to visit than the National Air and Space Museum. Located at 600 Independence Avenue in the Southwest quadrant of DC, you will love its 161,145 square feet of exhibition space, enough to hold some of the true marvels of the space program. And your kids will love it because there are lots of hands-on activities for them about such … [Read More...]