Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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Nation's Capital, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Nation's Capital

A travel blog entry by hcbohn

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Historic Monuments and Memorials, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Historic Monuments and Memorials

A travel blog entry by crzyffpm

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... times a day. 8.  Get a guide book I got 2 I used 1 most of the time.  The Unofficial Guide to Washington D.C.-wiley publishing.  Gave me addresses, web sites, ratings, interesting points to ponder, what metro stop to use, etc. ...

Time for work, LA, United States travel blog

Time for work

A travel blog entry by gazza77

7 June - 12 September I met all the other counselors who I would be spending the next 8 weeks with at Chicago airport where we got a bus to our camp in Wisconsin. The first week at camp we were told about the do/don'ts of camp life for when the ...

Reunited!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Reunited!

A travel blog entry by rebeccapenfold

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This weekend is a bank holiday weekend. Marc flew over to see me! I arrived back from St Louis early Friday evening.  On the Saturday we went to the Zoo (saw baby giant panda) and then watched an Ice Hockey game. On the Sunday we went to the ...

Flight Home from Nice with Stop in Brussels, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Flight Home from Nice with Stop in Brussels

A travel blog entry by sjbee

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After a full day of travel we are finally home!! What an adventure that was...we are exhausted but happy to see our sweet Grayson and sleep in our own bed tonight.   ...

the city we couldn't conquer!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

the city we couldn't conquer!

A travel blog entry by kristenadv

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... where we wanted to be. a huge complex that made us feel like we were in a foreign country that led straight to the Washington Monument. we took photos of the monument and then headed over to the Lincoln Memorial right as the sun was setting. PERFECT!! we ...

The International Spy Museum, Washington, United States travel blog

The International Spy Museum

A travel blog entry by newyorklibby

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In Washington there are more spies than anywhere else in the world. At the International Spy Museum we were all set assignments to look through the spy tools and learn about other spies and how they use tricks to find out secrets. In our investigation we ...

DC!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

DC!

A travel blog entry by lauraapple

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We caught a bus down to Washington in the non state of the District of Columbia! Hence Washington DC. The bus left from New York which took about 4 hours and wasn't too much of a hassle. Once we got to union station in the city centre we caught the subway ...

Giants vs Nationals game #1, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Giants vs Nationals game #1

A travel blog entry by crzyffpm

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... The Giants win and on Friday nites they have fireworks after the game, gosh I love free stuff and surprises!!! Quite a diverse city DC is, last nite as we were walking to the Giant Mart we went through our nifty Mass NW movers and shakers neighborhood, ...

It's Raining, It's Pouring, Now We're All Snoring, Washington DC, United States travel blog

It's Raining, It's Pouring, Now We're All Snoring

A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel

... . Turtles give kisses blahhhhhh. I liked the American Indian Museum.  Kayla: I learned to pack for any type of weather. George Washington was supposed to be buried in the crypt. Instead he was buried in Mount Vernon. I also learned the capitol burned ...

Amerikanische Geschichte- aus erster Hand, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Amerikanische Geschichte- aus erster Hand

A travel blog entry by larry87

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... Neben 98 % Wahlkampfanteil gab es noch eine nennenswerte Meldung, die US-Medien heute beschäftigte. So wurde live aus Washington D.C. von der Auflösung des Occupy-Camps berichtet. Als wir dieses sahen, machten wir uns selbstverständlich sofort auf den ...

Gottesdienst mal anders, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Gottesdienst mal anders

A travel blog entry by larry87

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Auch wenn wir bislang schon sehr viel erlebt haben, so hat uns die heutige Erfahrung im Vergleich zu allem anderen richtig "geflasht". Zur Horizonterweiterung begaben wir uns heute zusammen mit dem Schweizer Matthias, den wir hier im Hostel kennengelernt ...

From pretty Provincetown to amazing Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

From pretty Provincetown to amazing Washington

A travel blog entry by jeanrose49

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... or month in cosy friendly DC but to spare our kind hosts legs and the drain on their gin we set our sometimes trustworthy Garmin on route for Philadelphia. If you haven't been to Washington or you have to chose between DC and New York choose ...

Wow its Washington DC!!, Washington, DC, United States travel blog

Wow its Washington DC!!

A travel blog entry by robliz

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Caragh's savannah pictures, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Caragh's savannah pictures

A travel blog entry by caragh.waller

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Being a tourist, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Being a tourist

A travel blog entry by biggsey

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I have to say that getting around Washington DC is really easy. After my initial concerns earlier I found a bus station just up the road from last nights hotel. It cost a little over a dollar to get to Union Station. The Metro is both easy to navigate and ...

Day 2, another scorcher!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 2, another scorcher!

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach

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... of family support,who knows?Along the tree-shaded path parallel to the reflecting pool, past the WW11 Memorial, the needle -like Washington monument and a lovely Afr.-Amer. guy calling the squirrels with peanuts to offer, a daily ritual, he tells me( ...

Final round of pictures..., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Final round of pictures...

A travel blog entry by mfreedman9

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My last round up of photos from my trip with Howard. Epic touring from Kanazawa, through Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto, Nara, Sendai, and finally Tokyo. ...

yo hago las ensaladas no mas, Stink town, United States travel blog

yo hago las ensaladas no mas

A travel blog entry by andycraver

today was my last day of work. awesome. no more onion stink. no more zappa (sorry dan). the time is ripe to finally kick my soda habit once and for all. though my newly- acquired freedom thrills me beyond words, i'll definately miss the people i've ...

Das Ende des Sommers, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Das Ende des Sommers

A travel blog entry by katrin_on_tour

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... wir an der Kathedrale, die die zweitgrößte der USA und die sechstgrößte der Welt ist. Das Washington Monument könnte man in das Mittelschiff legen. Nett ist ein Fenster, in das ein Stück Original Mondgestein eingesetzt ist, ...

George Washington University Forensic Faculty, Washington DC, United States travel blog

George Washington University Forensic Faculty

A travel blog entry by biggsey

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... to meet with Professor Ted Robinson and Professor Walter Rowe. both lecturers in the Department of Forensic Sciences at George Washington University (GWU). Ted is a retired CSI from Arlington County and is the writer of the book published by Academic ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by lblack

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Today was hot.  So we was glad we planned to spend most of the day inside visiting the National Air & Space Museum.  First a trip to the Metro.  The Ticket machine was more hungry than usual, so decided to take my $20 without giving ...

The West Wing, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The West Wing

A travel blog entry by gordonandsarah

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... . After a lovely lunch it was time to head into the big smoke itself.  We’d heard from a few people that Washington DC is the most London-like city and were surprised to find ourselves agreeing.  It wasn’t just that there was a Pret ...

Come to the Capitol, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Come to the Capitol

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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I hopped on the train from Williamsburg and four hours later was in Washington, D.C. The weather was probably similar in both places, but the passage of time had taken an icy morning and turned it into a sunny afternoon. My hostel was an easy stroll from ...

On Way to Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

On Way to Washington DC

A travel blog entry by lblack

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... traveled this morning to the Station in Jamaica, then onto Penn Station, where we collected the Amtrak tickets - and then onto Washington DC.  Tomorrow we plan to start a couple of days exploring Washington, the temperature is talking of 81 tomorrow ...

Playing Tourist again. Day 898., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Playing Tourist again. Day 898.

A travel blog entry by bri74

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Another day playing tourist in Washington ...

3 days in DC - Day1, Washington DC, United States travel blog

3 days in DC - Day1

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach

... or disenfranchised people hanging on the streets, mostly black and unlike anywhere else in the 11 days we have been in the States, there feels like a lot of racial tension/ resentment. One black woman advised us to be careful in the streets, shop ...

Now it's real!!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Now it's real!!

A travel blog entry by biggsey

... fresh and well rested. (Note to self: Become rich and powerful to be able to afford this luxurious travel always). I used the Washington Flier Bus Service to the Metro link. Great value at 18 dollars return and then the Metro was $3.55 to Union Station. ...

DC Police Crime Scene Unit, Washington DC, United States travel blog

DC Police Crime Scene Unit

A travel blog entry by biggsey

... from either serving police officers who volunteer to come onto the CSI Unit or from graduates leaving the nearby George Washington University with a Masters degree. They then undertake a three week induction typed course which Grant runs. This is also ...

Quer durch den

Quer durch den "Garten"

A travel blog entry by larry87

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... Eindrucksvoller wäre da wohl ein Helikopterflug gewesen, die hier in großer Anzahl den Luftraum überwachen. Wieder in Washington D.C. angekommen, sollten wir Barack Obama einen kleinen Besuch abstatten. Aus Zeitgründen mussten wir ihm leider absagen, ...

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