Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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Arlington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Arlington

A travel blog entry by so29

Hello! Today the boys had the wonderful opportunity to visit Arlington National Cemetary. The boys were able to see the Unknown Soldiers Tomb and well as JFK's grave. I know that was quite memorable! Tim asked me to let you know via a message, that ...

Packing and Preparation!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Packing and Preparation!

A travel blog entry by denaye

So in short... I will be taking a three month sabbatical from my job as a Clinical Social Worker in the Washington, DC area to travel to Peru. The first five weeks will be spent in Cusco, living with a host family. The first half of each day I will be ...

Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill Club, Lectures, Gala!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill Club, Lectures, Gala!

A travel blog entry by dmcknew

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I was up at the crack of dawn, I had to shower, dress and take a taxi over to the Omni Shoreham and arrived by 7:00 am where our group was then taken by charter bus over to Capitol Hill. Our group of around 230 made our way to the South entrance of the ...

Day 2 - Part 2, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 2 - Part 2

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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 April 22 We landed in Washington, DC at Ronald Reagan Airport. Mr. Washington met us there and we boarded the bus. We ate lunch at King Street Blues in Arlington, Virginia. It was a very interesting place because it had many interesting ...

Morocco, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Morocco

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... nbsp; I will oversee about 30 local maintenance guys including carpenters, plumbers, electricians, mechanics, gardeners and janitors.   Washington is starting its long, hot, humid summer.  Tourists crowd the public places.  Politicians ...

Last couple of days with the group, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Last couple of days with the group

A travel blog entry by danandlawontour

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... we split up and took on the museums. We saw the air and space and the Natural History which were good and as I’d already been to DC 4 years ago, it was what Laura wanted to do. Back to camp for take-away pizza which was amazing, and a few more beers ...

(Not) Getting a Visa on Embassy Row, Washington, United States travel blog

(Not) Getting a Visa on Embassy Row

A travel blog entry by suzyinbenin

... on my way to work the very next morning.  The Haitian Embassy is on Embassy Row. I had only visited a couple of Embassies in DC, but still, I wondered how Haiti had ended up with such a sweet location. Who paid the rent? The Embassy for the ...

Transfer at Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Transfer at Washington DC

A travel blog entry by mcswaink

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Amazingly, the first leg went OK. We made it to Dulles airport in Washington DC. After a few moments of trying to get on an earlier flight via standby to San Francisco, we gave up and decided to take the 9:30 am flight. It puts us into San Francisco ...

An Amtrak dining experience, No clue, United States travel blog

An Amtrak dining experience

A travel blog entry by woodsideamerica

Just had bad $10 pasta on freshly starched linen table cloths in the dining car. They sat us with another couple for dinner..."Jimmy and Gina from Jersey" (surprisingly not as bad as they sound...they were actually quite sweet.) Train food sucks. ...

Monuments and the zoo, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Monuments and the zoo

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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... over capitol hill, just as a final thank you from D.C We grabbed one drink and then headed to the national mall again, to see DC at night time. We went back to the white house and the monument, followed by the war memorial. While we were walking down the ...

White House and the Big Pointy Thing, Washington DC, United States travel blog

White House and the Big Pointy Thing

A travel blog entry by nic216

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We travel to Washington DC by train today at 7.05am so we meet at 5.30 in the lobby of our hotel to walk, and drag our suitcases, the 10 blocks to Penn Station. We check our bags grab coffee and wait for boarding, they don't tell you what gate/platform ...

A Random paragraph of text., Washington DC, United States travel blog

A Random paragraph of text.

A travel blog entry by aspie_3_pen

... when I get back. I have 3 days left before I begin the journey home, it's a LONG journey home. This is because I leave Washington D.C. on Sunday, and actually arrive in England on Tuesday morning!. This is due to me leaving Washington very late at night, ...

The Holocost Museum, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Holocost Museum

A travel blog entry by 1414kath

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Lisa and Cindy arrived at Lauren's house in the morning to meet us for a day in Washington DC.   I was so excited to get to see Lisa again.  Her mad cap adventure intersected with mine perfectly!    What we didn't know when ...

The Mighty Empire, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Mighty Empire

A travel blog entry by alienvisitor

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... to the US Capitol, the Parliament. It sits atop The Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall (marked by Washington Monument at the other end). Capitol in DC was never the first choice to be made the meeting place for the US Federal Gov. Legislation, ...

Washington DC Training, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC Training

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... The last blog won a spot on a Travelpod story about popular travel destinations.  They used it as the Washington DC feature: http://blog.travelpod.com/2009/04/09/top-10-most-disappointing-tourist-spots-in-the-world/ ...

NY, NY, United States travel blog

NY

A travel blog entry by lonelysocks

NY to ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights. Australia is one of only two countries outside of the United Kingdom to own a copy of the Magna Carta. It sits in our parliament house building in Canberra. Originally sealed ...

They're planes Mark.....!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

They're planes Mark.....!

A travel blog entry by denningsontour

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... had withstood various firey re-entries into the earth's atmosphere! After we were finally able to drag Mark away we headed back to DC where we headed to the Native American Museum where they had the most interesting array of native foods to try for lunch. ...

Time after Time, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Time after Time

A travel blog entry by whk2006

... my family in Taiwan, I found there is no seat available for my ticket until early July. So, I am trapped here in Washington DC. Staying with a friend. Unfortunately, his place is far away from public transportation. He also works at home most of time. ...

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

Journal Entries--JULY

A travel blog entry by amberlynn

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... up being amazing, just like I thought they would be. Fireworks were going off all around the city, and knowing that I was in DC only made it that much more patriotic. After the fireworks was just as entertaining. Hords of people rushed to the metro stop ...

From Paraty to Foz do Iguaçu via..., Iguaçu, Brazil travel blog

From Paraty to Foz do Iguaçu via...

A travel blog entry by joyceanddave

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We´ve had a busy week since I last wrote so make a cup of tea and prepare for a long one. Okay so last time you left us in Paraty about to go on a couple of trips. The first one we took was to some waterfalls and a farm/distillery (there´s ...

Kite Festival, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Kite Festival

A travel blog entry by ondago

It's the 42nd Annual Smithsonian Kite Festival, our first to witness the ...

Another Tour??  Really?, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Another Tour?? Really?

A travel blog entry by barbwengler

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... of him - Teddy.  I've heard JFK was on that spot just weeks before his death and thought it was the prettiest spot in DC. Seeing the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unkown Soldier was cool.  Watching a man walk 21 steps, ...

Half way there, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Half way there

A travel blog entry by cpiotto

half way! ...

My first day in DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

My first day in DC

A travel blog entry by vincentsg

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... up. This morning we took the subway to DC and straight after that we went to the Carousel. Then we walked to the  Washington Monument. We went  to the top of the monument  and it is 555feet tall. We went to the art gallery looked ...

Hello, Mr President..., Washington DC, United States travel blog

Hello, Mr President...

A travel blog entry by calmyourjets

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... where a large number of the tourist attractions are so it didn't take long to get down to see the Hoover Building, Capitol, Washington Monument and National Mall. I also went on a wee trip up the Old Post Office Tower where you get a brilliant view to ...

The Captiol, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Captiol

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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After driving through Shenandoah National Park which gives some great views into the Virginian Mountains we headed to Washington D.C. When we got there at night most of the public buildings were illuminated. You can tell that this is the capitol of the ...

Lay over, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Lay over

A travel blog entry by crismanila77

A couple of hours lay over for our flight to Las ...

Half A Day In The Capital, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Half A Day In The Capital

A travel blog entry by sam.bewitching

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So after a night of pretty much no sleep at all onboard an Amtrak train we arrived in Washington DC only 2 hours late... seriously how do they lose so much time on these trains??? weird. We'd decided prior to leaving home that we really wanted to see ...

Homeward Bound, Washington,DC, United States travel blog

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by gypsy4now

Home to snow!! And I didn't think I could miss the 100+ temps of the ...

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