Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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Washington D.C., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington D.C.

A travel blog entry by haensi

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... , der mächtigste Mann der Welt wohnt hier und hunderte Touristen inkl. uns stürmen überall rum und machen Bilder. Washington war also eine einzige Sightseeing Tour und außer vielen gelaufenen Kilometern gabs nicht viel zu erleben. Donnerstag war ...

Unterwegs entlang der National Mall, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Unterwegs entlang der National Mall

A travel blog entry by larry87

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... und des Repräsentantenhauses statt) und endet am Lincoln Memorial. Ein weiterer Fixpunkt ist der bekannte Obelisk (Washington Monument), der jedoch aufgrund einer der zahlreichen Baustellen derzeit kein gutes Fotomotiv bietet. Auf unserem Museumsmarathon ...

Day 3 -Air & Space & Hirshhorn Museums and America, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 3 -Air & Space & Hirshhorn Museums and America

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach

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... ; an impassioned plea to remember the sacrifices of our forebears.  In 2014, the exhibition Ralph Fasanella: Lest We Forget, united the artist’s most powerful works in a celebration of the hundredth anniversary of his birth. Brightly coloured, ...

jesse and his sanctuary, Craverhurst, United States travel blog

jesse and his sanctuary

A travel blog entry by andycraver

oh yes. reading and watering my derelict orchids. check the laundry, nap, repeat. milk and chicken pie. welcome to my parents' house. unwinding at the craver compound after a relaxing weekend in good ol' charlottesville. the last weekend of the blue moon ...

1 bus down 3 to go, Washington DC, United States travel blog

1 bus down 3 to go

A travel blog entry by ljshearn

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Hi All We are currently at Washington after the 5 hour bus journey from NYC. This time it wasn't us rushing through the City, it was everyone else! (morning rush hour). Had such a lovely time with Amy. We get to Nashville tomorrow late morning after the ...

Arrival back to US, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Arrival back to US

A travel blog entry by 30sam3

May 4, 2012 – Arrived in Washington, D.C. We arrived at Dulles Airport around 5:30 p.m. after a rather good flight from Istanbul. Even though it was a long flight, things went fairly well.  We were quite impressed with the service from Turkish ...

Visit to the National Institute of Justice, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Visit to the National Institute of Justice

A travel blog entry by biggsey

... to get an update on this workstream. Despite my best efforts it seems that I will not be able to visit him whilst in DC. Sonme follow-up is required with this one. Chuck also informed me that the Forensic Science Societies/Organisations have been lobbying ...

Washington Day 5, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington Day 5

A travel blog entry by slcusa2015

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Today we split into three groups to see various attractions. One group enjoyed a tour of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Folger, a successful industrialist who was in charge of Standard Oil in the 1930s was fascinated by Shakespeare and spent a great ...

The House on the Hill, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The House on the Hill

A travel blog entry by lblack

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We spent the day today going around Washington DC.  Amazing place, the President flew over the top of us in his Helicopter, we didn't see him, but checked and it was definitely him.  Very hot and Humid today, talks of getting hotter tomorrow. ...

LA to Seatle, Route 1, Vegas, San Fran, Yosemite, train from SF to Seatle, United States travel blog

LA to Seatle

A travel blog entry by danny_simpson

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Highlights... *LA *Red Rock Canyon *Vegas *Santa Barbera *Carmel and Monteray *San Francisco *Yosemite *Train Ride from San Fran to Seatle ...

Washington Day 4, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington Day 4

A travel blog entry by slcusa2015

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... of the lake are planted hundreds of cherry blossoms which were in full bloom. These trees were a gift to the United States from Japan. We then walked the shores and passed through the Roosevelt memorial before reaching the neoclassical Jefferson ...

Washington Day 2, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington Day 2

A travel blog entry by slcusa2015

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... was very productive. Interesting things included the ruby slippers from Wizard of Oz, Abraham Lincoln's carriage and George Washington's uniform. Currently, we are patrolling the corridors and checking the boys' shirts are ironed for tomorrow's visit ...

Freedom and Liberty, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Freedom and Liberty

A travel blog entry by caragh.waller

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... uniform. Took Jason back to days of ADFA. Then walked historic streets. Lucked on a classic diner. Full of photos of Washington elite. Menu is bigger than the bible. Specialise in "monster" sized milkshakes and burgers, milkshakes bigger than a bucket, ...

Hellish Return, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Hellish Return

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope

... coming weekend, we hope to meet up tomorrow. I snuggled up on the couch and sent a bunch of couchsurfing requests for the weekend in DC. Then I stayed up until past 2:00 am writing this blog. Hopefully I can return to this habit. Who knew I would stay up ...

Beach Therapy, Catching some more rays in San Diego......., United States travel blog

Beach Therapy

A travel blog entry by danny_simpson

Highlights ...

So Many Ups and Downs Sure Make It Memorable!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

So Many Ups and Downs Sure Make It Memorable!

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope

... then went to get some food. We left at 10:15 and walked 15 minutes on 16th and U streets to Ben's Chili Bowl - a DC landmark. (http://www.benschilibowl.com/ordereze/default.aspx) Historic U Street is always hopping, and safe. Stacy said what's great ...

The nations capital!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The nations capital!

A travel blog entry by jaywil71

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... Anyway it was still interesting and they had a special exhibit of all James Bond villains which was quite good. Our Washington experience ended with a lovely Italian dinner at MCafe which was magnificent. Washington was worthy of a visit for the ...

Home again, home again, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Home again, home again

A travel blog entry by edithdc

Sorry for the long delay but life's been busy since I got home. I'm happy to be sleeping in my own bed and to see Sneaky but in many ways I wish I were still traveling about. My efforts to job hunt have paid off. I had several phone interview type ...

Lunch with Laura and Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Lunch with Laura and Washington DC

A travel blog entry by beckywilliamson

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I got the Amtrack from Baltimore to Washington DC just 30 minutes. It was great to find out that my hotel was right next to the station and the post office museum (where I was meeting Laura and her parents). So I checked in and headed out to meet Laura ...

From PHL to Europe, Philidelphia, United States travel blog

From PHL to Europe

A travel blog entry by grenzenlos

Departed from the faux-modern international terminal at Philidelphia on US Air, bound for Manchester. After a few last-minute phone calls, Chick Fil-A, and a cursory passport check, I boarded for my 10th Transatlantic trip ever. Although US Air has ...

The last supper, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The last supper

A travel blog entry by usa2010

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... the iconic red leather jacket worn by Michael Jackson. I then visited the Hard Rock Cafe shop and invested in a Hard Rock Cafe Washington DC t-shirt, before venturing out into the, now light, rain. I then made my way along E Street to 14th ...

Train and Chicago, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Train and Chicago

A travel blog entry by stewartrussell

... meal, I am starving, and then,get some walking done. We only have tonight and tomorrow before another overnight train to Washington so we have to get round this city pretty swiftly. After food headed straight for Millennium Park and also Lake Michigan. ...

4th of July, Fernadale, United States travel blog

4th of July

A travel blog entry by morgan2

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Well, it was a Sunday afternoon not disimilar to any other, which happened to fall on the 4th of July. After watching the Grreks upset the Portuguese in the Euro final, an idea, no, a suggestion, no, a quest was propositioned to the occupants of Rm 108. ...

DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

DC

A travel blog entry by dam

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... city, very clean and very calm. Saw most of the sights and met a couple of strange Americans: White House Washington Monumnet Constitution Garden Lincon Memorial Capitol Hill / Congress We had to dump all our food and get scanned before our ...

Hit the road, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Hit the road

A travel blog entry by edwardsroadtrip

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... Guess they haven't discovered speed cameras here yet. Either that or there's no room for them because of all the signs. Miles travelled from New York City: 260 Speeding tickets: 0 States visited: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, ...

Washington, Washington, United States travel blog

Washington

A travel blog entry by markandjen

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... located and had great first impressions. The city had a distinct presidential feel with our first glimpses of the U.S. Capitol and Washington monument. The next morning we walked down the mall up to the monument, which overlooked the Lincoln memorial. We ...

Mardi Gras New Orleans and Historic San Antonio, Louisianna and Texas, United States travel blog

Mardi Gras New Orleans and Historic San Antonio

A travel blog entry by danny_simpson

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Highlights.... *Mardi Gras in New Orleans *Street Entertainment, New Orleans *New Orleans School of Creole cooking Class *A Louisianna Plantation *The Mississipi River, New Orleans *Swampland, Louisianna *The Alamo and Missions in San Antonio, ...

Nations Capital, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Nations Capital

A travel blog entry by jamesrachelusa

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... tour on this holiday, we jumped right on and began the tour. Seeing the White House, Capitol Hill, Smithsonian Museums, War Memorials, Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial, all within a 3-hour tour, was a very efficient afternoon. However, it was ...

Day ? - Washington DC adventures !, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day ? - Washington DC adventures !

A travel blog entry by pringlefarm

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New York to Washington DC – I really had no idea that all these huge cities on the east coast are only a few hours apart ! I tried to reduce my stress by taking secondary highways today instead of the big pikes to try and get to our KOA and avoid ...

James and Joe, Washington DC, United States travel blog

James and Joe

A travel blog entry by americanpoet

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I made it to DC yesterday courtesy of the greyhound bus.  We went to a barbeque and today sat around mostly.  It is just swell hanging with technology and a blanket.  It was raining.  that's my excuse.   Tomorrow we will touristify this ...

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