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The Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington is famous world-wide. It all started with a letter from First Lady Helen Taft to the Mayor of Tokyo in 1912. She wrote to him complimenting the beautiful ...
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 Hudson, USA, September 2012
Fall is a great time to visit Washington DC .
The trees begin to shed their leaves, the air turns cool, and the hard
heat of the summer is at an end. The whole town appears more peaceful.
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
Looking for things to do in Washington DC
in the winter? Aside from bundling up and heading from monument to
monument there’s plenty to do in DC, summer, spring, winter or fall.
Aside from ...
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DC Segway Night Tour
Explore Washington DC at night as you glide through the streets on the hippest transportation around - the Segway! Experience this unique and once-in-a-lifetime way of visiting the highlights, including: the U.S. Capitol Building, the White House, the Washington Monument, and many more. Don't miss the chance of seeing DC in this fun and exciting way!
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