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So you're in San Francisco and
you're looking to visit what the locals call “The Rock”. Anything you
need to know? In short, yes. Aside from its extensive history as a
military barracks, ...
Washington DC has its fair share of things to do, but for the history buff and monument fanatic, DC is a playground of elephantine proportions. From the White House and Capitol Hill, to the ...
The National Mall is the open green space between the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument . Four rows of elm trees line either side that are in front of the Smithsonian Museums , East and ...
The Battle of Gettysburg, the architecture of Thomas Jefferson, General Washington’s mausoleum; it would be a shame to visit DC and miss out on all the surrounding area has to offer. Consider ...
Long gone are the days when the Puritans and Pilgrims walked the cobbled streets of the small peninsula of what is now bustling Boston. Today, however, the knowledgeable amateur historian need not ...
To some, Washington DC means white marble, verdant lawns, and the colorful, ritualistic pageantry of American politics: the Capitol dome; limousine processions on Inauguration Day; the mournful, ...
Written by Viator, May 2013
Travelers to Washington DC could easily spend weeks exploring the many museums, monuments, parks and attractions showcased That being said, there are also an array of worthwhile day trips ...
Written by Jessica F, March 2013
Those visiting Washington D.C. who are interested in the arts — particularly Shakespeare — may want to spend a few hours exploring the Folger Shakespeare Library.This independent research library is ...
Written by Washington DC Expert:Vera, USA, September 2011
Yes, things do seem to be winding down in Washington
for the season (How can you tell? Because I’ve gotten a chance to write
again!), but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. I actually think ...
Written by Sherry Ott, September 2012
When I discovered the Viator VIP: Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and 9/11 Memorial
I decided it was time to really see my city’s landmarks. After all, New
York City is all about ...
Written by Kyle, USA, December 2012
When it comes to experiencing Hawaii ’s
history and culture most visitors might expect to find it at a luau.
Though luaus can indeed provide cultural insights—cooking a pig in an
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2011
He sported one of the most recognizable beards in American history, but there’s more to Abraham Lincoln than the famous “Four score and seven years ago.” Not only was he the tallest President (6’4”), ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, February 2012
“Libraries are the one American institution you shouldn't rip off.” -Barbara Kingsolver
Can't argue with that – especially because Washington DC's Library of Congress, which is the largest ...
Written by Viator, August 2012
To some, connotations of New Orleans lead to images of the antebellum plantation houses and big fan boats skidding along a marshy alligator-ridden bayou. Though New Orleans is a town that never ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2011
If you’re headed to the south, chances are you’ve got some images in your head about what it might look like. New Orleans
is located in the deep south, and though you might not have to take an ...
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