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From its source in West Virginia to where it empties out in Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River is an area rich in American history, so much that’s often called "the Nation’s River." George Washington, the first President of the United ... 

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Potomac River view

May 2011

Anonymous

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The Lincoln Memorial, Memorial Bridge and Washington Monument viewed from across the Potomac River

DC Ducks

July 2010

Scott H
United Kingdom

Plane landing a Washington National. For once airports were exciting.

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Washington DC Duck Tour

Family Fun

December 2013

Thanksgiving Treat

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Washington DC Scenic Lunch Cruise

the trail

November 2013

My husband and I biking over one of the many little bridges on the way to Mt Vernon

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Mt Vernon Independent Bike Tour with Optional Potomac River Cruise

Mt Vernon

November 2013

The view across the sweeping lawn over the Potomac River from the front of Mt Vernon

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Mt Vernon Independent Bike Tour with Optional Potomac River Cruise

Old Town

November 2013

One of the quaint little shops on King St.

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Mt Vernon Independent Bike Tour with Optional Potomac River Cruise

Lunch time

September 2013

The box lunch on our Potomac River cruise was tasty. You get to select from several choices. The boat cruises up the river and the guide narrates points of interest as you float by. This was perfectly timed, as we were getting a bit pooped and feeling hungry just as we arrived at the waterfront.

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Viator VIP: Best of DC Including US Capitol and National Archives Reserved Access, the White House and Lincoln Memorial

WW II Memorial

September 2013

Take the time to walk around and read about the stars, the fountains, and symbolism behind the memorial's design.

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Viator VIP: Best of DC Including US Capitol and National Archives Reserved Access, the White House and Lincoln Memorial

Library of Congress

September 2013

Our group meeting point was just in front of the Library of Congress, in front of the fountain. I urge you to arrive early (opens at 8:30am). Make time to explore inside before the tour! There is some absolutely magnificent architecture inside you won't want to miss seeing.

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Viator VIP: Best of DC Including US Capitol and National Archives Reserved Access, the White House and Lincoln Memorial

Magnolia trees!

August 2013

I did appreciate how well kept the buildings and the grounds were. The magnolia trees were gorgeous.

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In the Footsteps of George Washington: Day Cruise to Mount Vernon

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