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The real D.C.

To see family life in D.C. be sure to walk through the neighborhoods with Row houses on Capitol Hill, visit Eastern Market then take the Metro for a great local inexpensive meal at...more

Hotel at the right price, in the right place

About 5 years ago, I traveled to D.C. with my sister, her 2 daughters, age 11 and 13 at the time, and my daughter who was 9. We had booked a room for 5 people at the Hotel Harrington,...more

Check out surrounding areas

Washington DC is great, but there is so much more to DC than DC. Check out Northern Virginia. Ballston, Clarendon, Tyson's corner, 7 Corners, Old Town Alexandria, and so much...more

Use the Metro

Park your rental car and use the Metro Syetem. Visitors can travel throughout the DC Metro (VA,MD,DC) easiler and quicker. Traveling via the metro will save you money on gas, car...more

Cool boutique hotel

Donovan House was a sleek surprise for me this summer. It had been another chain hotel, but was refurbished into a cool, stylish place. The lobby is ultra-sheek with lighting and...more

Booey's is Best

Wandering the Georgetown area and want an affordable snack? Booeymonger is the place to be! I discovered this haven 30 years ago when, as a college student, all I could afford was a...more

A White House Surprise

We took our 15 year old son to Washington D.C. to see our Nation's Capital. We wanted to get some pictures outside the White House and upon getting near the area, there were State...more

Dupon Circle Delights!

I am revealing you a couple of my favorite places to get "Chai" (spiced tea - so GOOD) and the best sushi in DC area.Teaism *Beautiful side walk front garden with stone bench...more

A Coffeehouse that isn't a Starbucks

If you want a slice of the "Real Washington" then Tryst coffeehouse in the eclectic Adams-Morgan neighborhood is definitely a place to drop-in on, but don't be in a rush!...more

A True Urban Hip Experience

Located on the ground floor of the "Langston" apartment house Busboys & Poets (named after "the busboy poet" Langston Hughes) is a big attraction on the historic...more

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