Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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Washington DC - Capitol Bldg & Library of Congress, Washington DC , United States travel blog

Washington DC - Capitol Bldg & Library of Congress

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz

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... from a distance through glass - it was a huge and very impressive room!  We headed back to the hotel at the end of 3 long days, but feeling like we had a very good overview of Washington DC and the many significant national memorials and ...

Wash. DC - Memorials, Arlington, Smithsonian, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Wash. DC - Memorials, Arlington, Smithsonian

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz

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... (at an undisclosed location somewhere in the Middle East). The next day we spent the morning with a tour guide from Washington DC visiting many other memorials and significant locations.  The Korean Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial ...

Monuments and Museums, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Monuments and Museums

A travel blog entry by myjob

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... 3 days in DC for union work and extended my stay for a personal visit on my days off. I was able to visit with family and see everything DC has to offer. Peter was able to join me, after our work was done. The city is beautiful, clean and a site to see. ...

Washington DC - Nat. Catherdral & Pentagon, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC - Nat. Catherdral & Pentagon

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz

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Our second day in Washington started with getting up early to see off the rest of our tour group.  The tour was finishing on this day, but driving back to New York via Philadelphia.  Because we wanted to stay on a couple of days and also because ...

Hash, Halloween and History, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Hash, Halloween and History

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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... story...it keeps getting better and better.       Our first order of business was to hash!  DC is famous among hashing circles for having some really good kennels so I could not wait to see how my east coast ...

The National Mall & Its Monuments (World/US&C), Washington DC, United States travel blog

The National Mall & Its Monuments (World/US&C)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... National Mall a few times and still have not seen it all. There is too much to describe, but of note is that in 1791, Washington DC was the first planned national capital in the world. The U.S. Capitol is at one end of "the mall" and the Lincoln Memorial ...

The dharma bums we are..., Washington DC, United States travel blog

The dharma bums we are...

A travel blog entry by losbrowns

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..we seize every opportunity to extend the trip and pit-stopped at Jeff & Kathleen's Home which additionally resulted in a free ride down to ...

Washington.... meh, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington.... meh

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

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... to Chi-town. So that’s 12 points for Washington ! Although we’re pretty biased. More entertaining than most of Washington was Matt’s cursing the whole day through. He would erupt into outbursts about the weather, the hostel or any ...

Where The All Powerful Live, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Where The All Powerful Live

A travel blog entry by smitherson

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... indulgence, although I could easily have stayed, a new hostel and tourist attractions awaited.  Turns out there’s a lot to do in Washington DC. The city had cooled today & was a balmy 34oC with a mere 50% humidity.  The metro was easy ...

You can see a lot in one day!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

You can see a lot in one day!

A travel blog entry by sarahx

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... (or what's left of it), and some very old books that survived the fire of 1814 when the British decided to set fire to Washington DC's expansive library. By far the most impressive, however, was the grand reading room. As soon as you enter, you're hit ...

Whirlwind tour of Washington D.C., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Whirlwind tour of Washington D.C.

A travel blog entry by rickandcourt

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Hi guys, Well we left New York on Thursday morning and headed to Washington DC. We hired a car and drove through New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware to get to the Nation's capital. As we only had a day and a half to do our exploring we packed every minute. ...

If Mr. Smith Can Go...So can we!, Washington, United States travel blog

If Mr. Smith Can Go...So can we!

A travel blog entry by dnesossi

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... know what I am talking about.  In a nutshell, the South’s General Robert Lee gambled on a push beyond Washington into tight northern territory.  He was on a roll after campaigns in Manassas and Charlottesville and Anteidem…why stop ...

my first wek at the farm.., Newjersy, United States travel blog

my first wek at the farm..

A travel blog entry by shmaya

hi everyone, it's my first week at the farm and their's alot going on. the flight's were o.k. , but after that i started my journey. i took 4 trains to get here ( thank's god for the good people i met). finally i got here and met all the people. i ...

The Home Straight, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Home Straight

A travel blog entry by robfrumkin

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... beginning. Well, now it's definitely the beginning of the end, as I visit my last country, the USA. I've started off in Washington DC, and have been welcomed by the worst weather the place has seen in years. Cold, rain and winds have all conspired to ...

What?? Admission is FREE?!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

What?? Admission is FREE?!

A travel blog entry by angelaincanada

Oh Washington DC, how I love you! It's like Canberra only bigger and better because all the museums are free! I met an Aussie who lives in Toronto, Abbi, and we spent the first day wandering around looking at all the monuments and beautiful tree-lined ...

We get to the USA, Washington DC, United States travel blog

We get to the USA

A travel blog entry by sadbag

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Manassas to King of Prussia All up very early Off to Manassas Battlefield at 0730 hrs Long drive to King of ...

Preliminaries at Target, Louavul, United States travel blog

Preliminaries at Target

A travel blog entry by cindy_king

Target, before departure. It's orange. It has bull's-eyes. My lunchtime pizza was made fresh. Yes, I bought batteries, and a mushy card for Mama's Easter Sunday. We were going to go to China Buffet, or "Chineseland" as my nephew Zachary calls it. Soon I ...

Reminiscin', Washington DC, United States travel blog

Reminiscin'

A travel blog entry by mmtk

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... promoted the idea of the earth's prime meridian running directly north of the White House. That route is now 16th street in Washington, which leads straight to the Oval Office and along Meridian Hill Park. The 'revitalised' park was opened in 1994 by ...

1st Entry Still in U.S. but not for long, Washington DC, United States travel blog

1st Entry Still in U.S. but not for long

A travel blog entry by lesleyd

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Well we are in Washington D.C. which is our final U.S. destination before departing to Paris and then Bangui, Central African Republic. We have been staying at the home of Heather Eves and Richard Ruggiero. They are one of the great power couples of ...

The Post Office and I, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Post Office and I

A travel blog entry by lrandal

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Today, broken toe and all, I hobbled to the nearest post office, several blocks away, dragging my roller bag full of guidebooks and other ephemera of tourism (tea towels, primarily, for my fantasy tea towel quilt).  By the time I got there, I was ...

Fredens' trip to DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Fredens' trip to DC

A travel blog entry by easybejack

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... It was beautiful and was hundred feet long. The real name was the Vietnam Veteran’s memorial at 17th street Constitution Avenue N.W. Washington, DC. I touched the wall and there was name of soldier who died all over the wall. I spent like a couple ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by jaskate

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After a quick flight from NYC (in a very small plane!), we arrived in Washington DC in the late afternoon. We checked into our hotel, which was across the road from George Washington University, and made our way over to the White House, just a few blocks ...

Exploring DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Exploring DC

A travel blog entry by hanscomxcountry

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... Hanscoms!  AC seems to be fixed and after we finish our blueberry pancake breakfast in the RV, we’re headed for Indiana.  Yes, Washington was hot, but we saw a lot in just 1 days.  Hope all is well back at home.  Love you ...

DC..or should we say..Miami Beach in August!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

DC..or should we say..Miami Beach in August!

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... reminded me that we weren't in the middle of Africa and that we would survive..and we did.  We hit happy hour in Washington Harbor - the scene wasn't quite the Jersey Shore, but I guess it would do :).  We ended the night at a Spanish Tapas bar ...

Washington DC !! #Absolute# Art Culture History, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC !! #Absolute# Art Culture History

A travel blog entry by deepthitravels

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... day to cover those. Day5 : We were home watching movies all day, eating great food and chilling. And the next day, it was time to big goodbye to my dear friend Namita and  Washington DC. It was a trip of fond memories and fun times! Cheers, D ...

Nataraja Visits Amma in Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Nataraja Visits Amma in Washington

A travel blog entry by johnathon

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... only because of the flower petals but because I was so close to Amma and her radiance. In Washington DC, I continued the illustrious tradition I began in Chicago of playing bhajans for the crowd in the ...

Finally en route to Dubai and Yemen, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Finally en route to Dubai and Yemen

A travel blog entry by mebiner

... the country so nonchalantly.   I didn't even bother watching the movie, but worked on Sudoku puzzles and read about Dubai and Washington DC.  This time I planned to see a bit of DC if I couldn't get on the flight to Dubai.   I ...

Journal Entries--AUGUST, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Journal Entries--AUGUST

A travel blog entry by amberlynn

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... go pick her up. If not she'll have to ride the bus alone, she should be fine. Still I'd rather go grab her. Were going to just hang around Dc area and maybe go to Baltimore. Its going to be alot of fun. Im ready to go home though, especially up to Logan. ...

2nd plane to Narita, Japan, Leaving LA, United States travel blog

2nd plane to Narita, Japan

A travel blog entry by meaghanmcc

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Nearly 12 hours later on the plane to Japan, and it feels like so much shorter! Its great having an open seat next to me, but sleep is still wishful thinking. If I'm lucky and keep on schedule with the right trains and buses I will get to sleep around 5 ...

Strip search, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Strip search

A travel blog entry by lkmilem

... no to mention it was hot as hell. Good thing I packed clothes in my carry-on. Well here I am, sitting in the Washington-Dulles Airport- another delayed flight. I have about another hour until the plane to Frankfurt, Germany is ready. Sitting in front of ...

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