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Inside Background
Washington, D.C. is not quite a state, but is nontheless home to several of the...
Last edited: 25 July 2011
Washington, DC is a city with both Northern and Southern cultures - from the...
Last edited: 14 August 2011
The well-trodded sections of Washington, DC can boast of greatly reduced crime...
Last edited: 26 May 2011
Washington D.C. has a unique place in American history. Now home to the...
Last edited: 08 December 2008
National Mall The main area of interest for most tourists will be the National...
Last edited: 23 June 2014
Historical Background  All the President's Men is a powerful book about 2...
Last edited: 07 August 2011
Weather Washington, DC is hot and humid in the summers, but the rest of the...
Last edited: 15 April 2014
  Every Saturday and some weekdays Honor Flight Network flies in WWII veterans...
Last edited: 04 August 2011
When: Tuesday, January 20th - Times to be announced - usually 1-5 pm or so...
Last edited: 10 November 2008
This National Archives - Presidential Libraries Information & weblink(s...
Last edited: 16 December 2006
Inside Transportation
Washington DC is served by three area airports, a major train station and a...
Last edited: 23 June 2014
Metro The best way to get around Washington DC is the DC Metro (subway or...
Last edited: 23 June 2014
Metro The heart of Washington DC's public transportation is...
Last edited: 12 January 2014
TAXIS How do you know a taxi is available in Washington, D.C.? He stops for...
Last edited: 23 June 2014
Air Force One   This is a great source of information about the various...
Last edited: 05 June 2013
Washington Dulles International Airport (airport code: IAD) is 26 miles outside...
Last edited: 23 June 2014
A number of companies offering discounted bus travel between New York City and...
Last edited: 14 September 2013
There is a new public transit option for getting to Baltimore from the DC area...
Last edited: 29 July 2013
Longest Continuous Escalator:  Wheaton (Red Line) - 230 feet long.  Woodley...
Last edited: 16 February 2007
Finding Parking: Online: You can find parking online by searching on this map...
Last edited: 02 July 2014
The Udvar-Hazy Center is a wonderful place to see historic and breathtaking...
Last edited: 27 December 2012
Inside Things to Do
These are just a few ideas for possible day trips from Washington DC...
Last edited: 04 April 2008
Washington, DC plays host to festivals celebrating music, dance, theatre and...
Last edited: 04 April 2014
Kids and adults alike will enjoy a visit to the National Zoo.  With thousands...
Last edited: 06 April 2012
While planning your first trip to DC may seem daunting, it doesn't have to be...
Last edited: 08 December 2008
These are just a few of the many attractions in DC:    Monuments and Memorials...
Last edited: 27 May 2012
Washington DC boasts of several areas with excellent nightlife. Adams Morgan...
Last edited: 19 October 2012
Take a ride on the Western Hemisphere’s longest escalator.  The Wheaton station...
Last edited: 17 January 2007
Washington DC visitors are likely to find a performance of interest at the...
Last edited: 02 November 2012
Inside DC, not only is Union Station a major transportation hub, it also has a...
Last edited: 08 December 2008
Professional Sports Washington DC is home to several professional sports...
Last edited: 12 January 2007
Take a guided tour to orient yourself to Washington DC, and to see various...
Last edited: 30 November 2012
Day One:  Take a guided tour to orient yourself to the Washington DC, and to...
Last edited: 15 November 2011
A fairly new and inspiring monument in DC, the Air Force Memorial looks cool...
Last edited: 25 April 2010
One of the events unique to Washington DC is the Cherry Blossom Festival...
Last edited: 03 February 2014
DCten Weekly short list of things to do in DC. Alternative to going through...
Last edited: 29 January 2014
For the next year (until Feburary 2009) Ford's Theater is closed to the public...
Last edited: 31 March 2008
Have a heart-to-heart with Honest Abe at the Lincoln Memorial then walk along...
Last edited: 03 February 2014
The Basilica of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception located on Michigan...
Last edited: 22 November 2012
Fireworks Popular viewing areas: Capitol West Front Nearest Metro Station(s...
Last edited: 27 March 2007
Memorial Day Ceremonies  The character of the Arlington Cemetery and the...
Last edited: 20 May 2013
Miss Pixie's Furnishings and Whatnot 1626 14th St NW, Washington DC...
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With so many choices on where to spend New Years Eve, it is easy to get lost...
Last edited: 13 December 2013
With over 100 restaurants representing over 50 ethnicities, Georgetown...
Last edited: 09 December 2009
Outdoor 80's Movies at New Jersey Ave. Every Thursday night, beginning on June...
Last edited: 27 April 2009
Old Post Office Building   The National Park Service maintains the bell tower...
Last edited: 03 January 2014
TICKETPLACE sells half-price  advance and day-of tickets for theatre and the...
Last edited: 11 January 2013
Destination DC and the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington sponsor...
Last edited: 21 October 2008
The National Shrine is a favorite spot to visit in DC. The awesome "Christ in...
Last edited: 30 July 2013
This statue falls into the category of "What were they thinking?"  The statue...
Last edited: 05 December 2007
The DC by Foot "More than Monuments" FREE walking tour is a quick and free tour...
Last edited: 28 February 2012
DC Sail is a program of the National Maritime Heritage Foundation that not only...
Last edited: 05 August 2009
Eastern Market, seven blocks east of the Capitol,  is one of the oldest...
Last edited: 26 March 2012
The House of the Temple is the headquarters of a Masonic organization known as...
Last edited: 11 July 2010
The memorial is certainly worth visiting but the view from the steps toward the...
Last edited: 20 September 2009
Mobiletours.org produces two walking tours; the Lincoln Assassination Tour and...
Last edited: 04 August 2008
The National Building Museum is located in the heart of downtown Washington...
Last edited: 22 June 2011
Welcome to the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the only museum in the...
Last edited: 03 November 2006
The National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian American Art Museum share...
Last edited: 17 July 2012
The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church is a Presbyterian Church (USA) located...
Last edited: 26 January 2009
National Park Service Website: http://www.nps.go... Contains opening hours
Last edited: 08 February 2008
The scandal tour is great tongue in cheek entertainment. The bus picks you up...
Last edited: 06 February 2008
Check out The Shakespeare Theatre's website for upcoming shows.
Last edited: 03 November 2006
Website: http://www.suprem...  Visiting hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday...
Last edited: 18 June 2008
The Vietnam Memorial Wall is a must-see, where touching photos, letters and...
Last edited: 17 February 2010
For information on setting up a White House tour or the logistics (what you...
Last edited: 08 December 2008
Inside Dining Scene
Washington DC has not traditionally been known for its inventive or lively...
Last edited: 06 February 2008
For a seafood buffet, try Phillips Seafood. You'll get an ample supply of very...
Last edited: 04 November 2009
Aerial Views Ruth's Chris Steak House, Crystal City Windows Over Washington...
Last edited: 27 October 2006
On Friday and Saturday nights, Crepeaway is now open until 4 am.  They offer...
Last edited: 01 April 2008
The Metro (or for you Anglophiles, "the Underground") takes you everywhere you...
Last edited: 09 December 2006
Perhaps because of the large number of Japanese news reporters and diplomats in...
Last edited: 23 June 2008
Dolcezza make homemade gelato from unique, fresh ingredients. This location in...
Last edited: 01 May 2009
The Roof Terrace Restaurant at The Kennedy Center recently hired celebrity Chef...
Last edited: 09 December 2008
Chef Paul Pelt creates an exciting, bold, and beautifully executed menu of...
Last edited: 13 February 2009
Inside United States: For Foreign Visitors
Currency  The United States uses the United States dollar as its currency. The...
Last edited: 25 March 2014
A little preparation will help simplify the process of entering the United...
Last edited: 03 June 2013
Despite the best of intentions, accidents and illness happen when away from...
Last edited: 16 June 2014
Temperature in the United States... How Hot is HOT? How Cold is COLD?  100°F...
Last edited: 12 March 2013
General: The standard American telephone number is ten digits, such as (555...
Last edited: 12 April 2014
While tipping is NOT mandatory in most of the United States, it is expected in...
Last edited: 24 January 2014
In many states motels, hotels and innkeepers of any description are subject to...
Last edited: 08 September 2007
Being victimized by scandalous businesses when traveling is one of the sad...
Last edited: 22 May 2013
Depending on where you travel to in the U.S. bottle/container deposit laws...
Last edited: 02 October 2010
United States of America has a history of unified etiquette protocols that may...
Last edited: 22 March 2014
A discount shopping trip in the United States can be a real bonanza for...
Last edited: 25 September 2013
Canadian citizens flying between a Canadian and American airport require a...
Last edited: 04 May 2014
Before making international travel, it is important to determine the electrical...
Last edited: 08 April 2013
  Some Anglophone Nations  United Kingdom On your first visit to the USA from...
Last edited: 29 April 2014
There are many Forum posts where people ask about how to use their Mobile Phone...
Last edited: 17 December 2013
When going for a holiday or even for a short trip a checklist with "not to...
Last edited: 05 November 2013
Eye Contact In the United States, most people consider it polite, and a...
Last edited: 06 June 2014
Contents:  1. Understanding the "sales tax" on merchandise and food in the U.S...
Last edited: 06 March 2014
The following links provide access to lots of travel and tourist information...
Last edited: 20 January 2014
This is a listing of SmartPhone and Tablet Apps that will be of benefit to the...
Last edited: 02 June 2014
Many visitors to the United States go to typical tourist areas like New York...
Last edited: 20 January 2014
In the U.S., there are certain customs about the young that may differ from...
Last edited: 28 October 2010
Everyone who arrives in the United States is processed by U.S. Customs and...
Last edited: 11 January 2014