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This is the most central area to view all museum and memorials as they are is the same area, the national mall is 2.1/4 mile long from Capitol a hill to the Washington memorial so easy to walk all flat and car less, all the...More
During the National Cherry blossoms festival, one of the celebrations is the annual kite festival. Thousands of people fly their kites on the National mall lawn. It's a free event. Great for families with children of all ages. Bring your kite with you. Was impossible...More
Just visited Washington DC and like everyone else walked around the National Mall... Arrived on a Thursday not that crowded as it is on the weekends was able to walk a lot with my 8 y.o and 10 y.o. even got tickets for the Washington...More
You will visit the Mall if you are in DC as much of the museums are located there but if for some reason you were not planning to visit the Mall, do, it provides some of the best photo opportunities of DC even if you...More
My husband and I spent three days in this beautiful, clean and extremely hot city. The entire time there the temperatures ranged from 25 to 33 degrees Celsius. Who knew Washington is considered subtropical. It is also a walking city. Most of our time was...More