Tag: Washington DC

One Day & Night in Washington DC

Imagine you only have one day to experience the Nation’s Capital. What should you see? How would you see it? Washington DC is a city of vistas. Because buildings in the Nation’s Capital may not exceed the height of that pointy obelisk, the Washington Monument, there is no interruption to the city’s panoramic skyline. From…

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New Monument to Women’s Fight For Equality

 The Sewall-Belmont House & Museum has always been one of my favorite Washington DC landmarks, and I was thrilled to learn it was proclaimed a National Monument. The 200-year-old building will become the Sewall-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument and have access to much-needed funds from the United States’s National Park Service. The decision was part of President Obama’s efforts to…

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How to Tour The White House

It’s not hard to get a tour of the White House if you have flexibility with dates and times. You must apply through your local Congressional representative’s office, and it’s absolutely free. Here’s how to set up a tour of the White House and what you’ll see inside and outside. When I applied to visit…

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Where to Sample 39 Craft Beers In DC

City Tap House is one of Washington DC’s Best Craft Beer restaurants. Located in Washington DC’s Chinatown/Penn Quarter, the restaurant showcases 39 artisan beers on tap–wheat, bitters, fruits, lager, Belgian, Porter and Stout–as well as an imaginative, thoroughly satisfying menu of America’s best regional dishes. The selection of high quality craft beer is unsurpassed, and City Tap…

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