Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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Not quite back to normal but getting there, Washington, United States travel blog

Not quite back to normal but getting there

A travel blog entry by noblesontour

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A good night's sleep had us all up and ready to get cracking seeing the sights. Ollie was feeling much better so we headed for the trolley tour grabbing breakfast along the way. The weather hasn't been so good today as you'll see from photos so we ...

Heading out!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Heading out!

A travel blog entry by kmantsch

Hi all,  I'm trying to find a way to pass along info along the way.  Maybe this blog will work! ...

July 10, 2008, Washington D.C., United States travel blog

July 10, 2008

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25

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Sorry if I haven't written [in a while]. On the 9th, we went on a bus to Washington D.C. On the 10th, we went to the Air and Space Museum. Then we saw the monuments, like the Lincoln Memorial, the Korea Memorial, and the Vietnam ...

Unser erster Tag in Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Unser erster Tag in Washington

A travel blog entry by markus.gloor

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... Polizei uns aufforderte, die Umgebung zu verlassen. Rund um das Capitol hatte es jede Menge Polizei. Wir hatten das Gefühl in Washington habe es mehr Polizisten als andere Leute! Wie wir dann erfahren haben, war eine Rede von Barak Obama vor dem Congress ...

At last in DC, Washington, United States travel blog

At last in DC

A travel blog entry by isabelle134

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... would have guessed this is my preferred activity ;-)  ) However, this monday I went with Steven to the metro and took it to Washington DC with him. I dropped out at Van Ness, because I was to lunch with Jim.  In the metro Steven and I started ...

Day 15, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 15

A travel blog entry by kiriandalex

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... favourite being close by...Nandos! In the afternoon we went to Capitol Hill, (such a beautiful building), and then on to the United States Botanical Garden, and finally the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. It was then time to set off on the ...

The Honor Society President's Blog, Washington, United States travel blog

The Honor Society President's Blog

A travel blog entry by ckopac

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Hello to all our Honor Society Members. I am beginning this blog today in preparation for my trip beginning on Friday, October 30, 2009, to the Biennial Sigma Theta Tau Convention. As your President, I will try to pass along highlights of the Convention ...

Monuments and memorial holocaust, Washington, United States travel blog

Monuments and memorial holocaust

A travel blog entry by kech-williams

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Went to the air and space museum this morning which was fantastic as we got to see the original wright brothers plane and their original glider !!! We got to see a load of military aircraft and some old school inter-continental rockets ....... They also ...

Another day in Washington DC, Washington, United States travel blog

Another day in Washington DC

A travel blog entry by sooty1969

... is so peaceful, except for all of the squirrels running around!!! From there we went to Capital Hill, Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Oh what a morning!!!! We had a free afternoon where we headed back to our rooms so we could chillax. Well ...

Georgetown and travel to London, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Georgetown and travel to London

A travel blog entry by damelzaupton

... I wasn't having a very successful shopping day so far! Back at the hostel I had googled to find a store called Sephora in Washington. This is a store that sells make up and I knew they stocked smashbox. Their store was in a suburb called Georgetown which ...

1st stop: Washington, D.C., Washington DC, United States travel blog

1st stop: Washington, D.C.

A travel blog entry by vanessabadas

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... went up to the top of the museum and took some photos from the skyline which was so cool cos we could see all around DC! Then we had to walk (according to google a ten min walk) for a million miles towards the Capitol building because they were closing ...

A week in Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

A week in Washington DC

A travel blog entry by tavernertales

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Washington ...

The Washington Monument, Washington, United States travel blog

The Washington Monument

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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Went by to get my tickets for later in the day. So, you get outside pictures first. ...

Jun 30, 2012, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Jun 30, 2012

A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle

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Capital Explorer, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Capital Explorer

A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah

... school! The first place we went to was the Arlington Cemetery. The cemetery is on the Virginia side of D.C. across the river (because Washington D.C. is actually carved out of a part of both Maryland and Virginia - fun fact). It's a gorgeous place, and is ...

Whyyyy?, Washington, United States travel blog

Whyyyy?

A travel blog entry by kellyo

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... States living with no consistent access to enough nutritious foods to live a healthy life. Therefore, even though as a whole the United States has developed and progressed at incredible speed, there are those that have been left behind and suffer greatly. ...

DC, Washington, United States travel blog

DC

A travel blog entry by jlarkin

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This morning I went on a Capitol building tour. I had emailed my representative's office a few weeks ago to set it up but when I showed up, they weren't expecting me. They said that the guy I had coordinated with wasn't in and they were short staff so I ...

Dag 27: Tsjoek, Tsjoek!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Dag 27: Tsjoek, Tsjoek!

A travel blog entry by arends

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Vandaag vertrokken met de trein naar Washington DC vanuit New York via Philidelphia en Baltimore. Een ritje van ruim 3 ...

Prez Obama in Hawaii, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Prez Obama in Hawaii

A travel blog entry by lucythewesty

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for Mark's birthday we wanted to celebrate with the Prez, but unfortunately he was out of town, on holiday visiting his relatives in Hawaii:( so we walked down the mall, visited some museums and had a good time anyway..:) the next day drove out to dullus ...

Day 6-10, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 6-10

A travel blog entry by davy1873

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On to the purpose built capital city full of monuments, grand buildings including capital hill and the white house. Also some fantastic free museums. ...

Washington DC, USA, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC, USA

A travel blog entry by dnfullcircle

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... This is fundamentally caused by 2 factors. 1) The city itself didn't exist until after the Declaration of Independance when George Washington chose some marshland near the Potomic river for the nations new capital. 2) No building is allowed to be taller ...

Whirlwind DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Whirlwind DC

A travel blog entry by nomesjp

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... throughout the day- the essential ones of Capitol Hill (although undergoing renovations its still quite an impressive building) the Washington Monument and the White house (the security of which had been breached only a week before when apparantly an ...

The Airport & Marine-1, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Airport & Marine-1

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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While waiting at the airport to go home, I saw some practice flights of Marine-1 (I know it was for real since Obama was down in New Orleans). ...

July 15, 2008, Washington D.C., United States travel blog

July 15, 2008

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25

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Today we went to the American Indian Museum. It was great! There's a lot of neat stuff there. Then we went to the Capitol Building and took a tour. We saw all the things in the Capitol. Then we went over to the Library of Congress. We saw lots of stuff, ...

Miss Martin goes to Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Miss Martin goes to Washington

A travel blog entry by fran.martin

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... so I headed back along the (non) reflecting pool and back across the green towards the National Mall. As I crossede towards the Washington Monument, I could hear very low flying helicopters, looked up and saw Marine 1, 1 and 1 (if I learned anything from ...

Day Trip to Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day Trip to Washington

A travel blog entry by oldfield

... in New York, our first full day started with a sense of excitement with a Day Trip to Washington.  Not knowing exactly where Washington DC was, not how far it was from NYC. Catching the bus at Grand Central Station (42nd Street), we decided to ...

Work is over - so sightseeing time, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Work is over - so sightseeing time

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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After checking into the hotel early and dropping off the bags, it was off to see to sights. First thing to walk by - the White House. ...

Seeing the Sights, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Seeing the Sights

A travel blog entry by brandon_borke

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Everyone has seen the monuments, architecture, and artifacts, but have you ever seen the tunnels under D.C.? Although I don't know if we were permitted to be there, we were! My sister asked a security guard where the Music Theater Exhibit was ...

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

Washington, D.C.

A travel blog entry by tsuniah

Washington, ...

Monumental Monuments, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Monumental Monuments

A travel blog entry by stuartjamieson

Today we jumped on the hop on hop off bus for a tour around Washington and Georgetown. Thank goodness for these buses as Washington is layed out over a large space and our legs are so tired from all the walking. After the bus tour and we now knew where ...

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