Washington DC Travel Tips
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, somber, stately changing of the guard at Arlington National Cemetery.
If civic politics is the American religion, then Washington DC is the nation's holy city - a patriotic combination of history and histrionics: BYO wiretap.
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
Where can you find astronauts, doctors, pilots, civil-rights
activists, and President John F. Kennedy? Just a metro-ride away from
downtown Washington D.C.
Depending on the reason for your ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2011
The President lives there. People like to protest in front of it when he does something wrong (or does anything, really). It’s a favorite tourist destination for eighth-graders all over the country. ...
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