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user review | See + Do: The White House, White House/National Mall

Full of American History

I'm not sure if tours of the White House are still available. I was lucky enough to tour the White House and Pentagon several years ago (circa 2000). I would welcome the chance...more

user review | Eating: Minibar at Café Atlántico, Penn Quarter

Grab a light bite then dance the night away

Good food, but the real attraction here is the scene. Great music. Hip crowd. Café Atlántico attracts a relatively eclectic mix of professionals, singles, and music-lovers.   more

History, Food, Shops and People Watching

Just south of Washington, D.C., easily accessible from the Metro's blue or yellow line (hop off at the King Street Station), is Old Town Alexandria. It is a 20 block walk from the...more


I didn't think I'ld spend a whole day at each of these two new museums, but I did. The National Portrait Gallery/ Museum of American Art are blends of great historic...more

So Much To Do

There is so much to do in the DC area that it's difficult to choose an itinerary unless you plan ahead. For current events, see the Capitol, the Supreme Court or Congress. For...more

Comfort and planning

There is so much to see that planning ahead is very important. Also, what ever else you do bring comfortable walking shoes. There are side trips to sites such as Gettysburg and...more

Getting Around

The whole city just looks smaller on the map - don't be fooled! From the Lincoln Memorial all the way down the Mall to the Train Station is probably about an hour walk. Use the...more

Great place to eat!

A great place to eat at is Capital City Brewing Co. in downtown DC. A wide variety to choose from; salads, pizzas, Steak & fish. It can be noisy at times since it is a pub, but...more

entrance fees

Check it out -- it may be cheaper to buy a national park pass to get into multiple monuments instead of paying seperate fees for each one--they can really add up. Plus, the National...more

vision clinic to remove floaters

There is only one vision clinic in the world that can remove floaters, caused by hemorrhaged retinas, by using a simple laser procedure. And they are located in Washington D.C. ...more

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