Travel Blogs from Washington DC, United States

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In the beginning..., Washington, DC, United States travel blog

In the beginning...

A travel blog entry by grenzenlos

I'm about ready to fly over 35,000 miles, traverse nine countries on three continents in six weeks. 18 months of planning and 170,000 frequent flyer miles later, the adventure begins. On Wednesday we are off to Argentina for the beginning of the ...

The Smithsonian and 100 years of flight, Washington, United States travel blog

The Smithsonian and 100 years of flight

A travel blog entry by roberton

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We went to the aerospace museum outside Washington. We saw a Space Shuttle and that was very exciting for me and it was very very big. We also saw the Blackbird, which is one of the fastest supersonic jets. It is a spy plane. We also saw the Enola Gay ...

I just stepped foot on American soil!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

I just stepped foot on American soil!

A travel blog entry by mariatanzania

and it feels wonderful!  the trip was fine  just hectic  soon it will all be over  but illI'll always have memories! write ...

Museums and one less fingernail, Washington dc, United States travel blog

Museums and one less fingernail

A travel blog entry by timtravels

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Washington dc I actually managed to take the right trams and arrive at my hostel. When I walked through the door I saw a friend I had met in Miami 2 weeks ago which was very funny and he had met a german dude at the hostel so we decided to go to the ...

The Adventure Begins: Leaving DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

The Adventure Begins: Leaving DC

A travel blog entry by calcheann

... ...Cheryl's parents house!  We decided against passing all of the historic sites of our nation's capital and instead went through North East DC on New York Ave.  How ironic since we were heading to the great state of New York...   - Ann ...

On excellent citizens and good men, Washington DC, United States travel blog

On excellent citizens and good men

A travel blog entry by mmtk

... readers. I trust the pictures serve as examples about my surroundings and the short stories describe the way I perceive daily life in Washington. However, this does not give an impression of what I actually do. This week I wrote a paper on the ...

North Zion, Kanarranville, United States travel blog

North Zion

A travel blog entry by tidesinn

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North Zion, Kanarranville UT 9/9 Friday After leaving Antelope Island we drove south on I15 past Cedar City to a small town called Kanarraville where we stayed at a Passport America campground. It was not to our liking so we only took 2 nights. ...

Query: WHERE is the hip-hop at?, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Query: WHERE is the hip-hop at?

A travel blog entry by jmmm

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As the evening comes to a close, as the guests known and unknown weave out the door, there is inevitably something, or rather someone left behind. Perhaps this is a universal phenomenon -- its exact origins are unknown. However, at approximately 12:53, ...

In case you miss cable television, Washington DC, United States travel blog

In case you miss cable television

A travel blog entry by jmmm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcQQFXpL7a0 ...

Capital Ideas, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Capital Ideas

A travel blog entry by mefox13

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... to live according to their traditional beliefs and customs. My next stop was to the U.S. Botanical Garden.  I have visited Washington a number of times at this point, and the Botanical Gardens was one of the only sites around the National Mall that ...

Obamas new den, Washington, United States travel blog

Obamas new den

A travel blog entry by elrigster

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... the only white guy in the public transport. To be honest it was not something that i had contemplated in Washington, i mean obviously from a multiracial country and i know that the states is the same but it was just not the image that i had in mind of how ...

On to Boston..., Washington DC, United States travel blog

On to Boston...

A travel blog entry by lrandal

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... sandals.  Oh, well.  Wasn't bad.  Refreshing. A few highlights before I close up blog-shop in DC:   1. Had wonderful time yesterday solo-touristing, mostly at the Renwick Gallery. The 2009 Renwick Gallery Invitational ...

Back to work, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Back to work

A travel blog entry by big_d

We'll I'm mostly over my "sandwich" episode and we've all gotten up early this morning to load ourselves into vans and head into the city.  I managed to get a glass of milk and an untoasted piece of white bread down my gullet. Arriving at the ...

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

Orientation

A travel blog entry by alainetaylor

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Today is my third day of orientation in Washington D.C. and this is my first entry. I miss all you guys very much. Finding internet is a total pain, so I might be breaking a few rules to be writing this right now, but it's worth it.      The first day ...

Washington, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington

A travel blog entry by debandalan

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... history and to be seeing and experiencing it all is a real buzz. Our next stop was Capital Hill, a beautiful building that overlooks Washington. We also went out to the Arlington cementry and saw the graves of JFK and Jackie O and JFK's brothers, bobby ...

Day 75 – Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 75 – Washington DC

A travel blog entry by thesullivans

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We had booked a cab for 9.45am this morning to take us to Penn Station to catch the train to Washington. Guess what…..the guy didn't show!!  So instead we hailed a cab and off we went.  We arrived at Penn Station and organised a Red Cap to ...

Afternoon of Museums with Sara, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Afternoon of Museums with Sara

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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... back to NYC tomorrow, and hopefully just rest a bit...  poor feet, hehe... I walked a looot today...  Letīs see what I do during my last weekend in NYC and the united states, before heading off to Germany and Europe on Tuesday... :) ...

Washington DC, Washington DC - Cherry Blossom, Laundry And Other Craziness, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by karenandbobby

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... as a result of the high speed spinning! Hmmmm. anyway, aside from the craziness we got to see lots of dc including the white house, Lincoln and washington memorials, and capitol hill where they let us in when we said we were irish! We also saw george ...

HELLO WASHINGTON, WASHINGTON, DC, United States travel blog

HELLO WASHINGTON

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

Fly to Dulles airport to avoid Chicago snow storm.  In addition to being famous for being the only place I was ever robbed, so far, it is the home of my sweet mother-in-law, ...

Day 42, 43 & 44: We love Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Day 42, 43 & 44: We love Washington DC

A travel blog entry by sschwaiger

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Washington DC is fantastic! Why doesn't everybody rave about it?? Or maybe they do, and we just never noticed, but Matt and I agree that it's probably one of our top 1 or 2 places visited, not at all what we expected.[We were thinking ...

Washington DC, Washington, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by denow

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... early for another day of driving. Yay. Oh well. Can't wait for Washington! April 6 We are currently checking into our hotel in Washington DC. It's called 'The George.' it's pretty nice and there's cool chairs in the lobby. We went to the spy museum today. ...

Home Again, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Home Again

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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One flight a day direct, non-stop from Panama City to Washington 4 hours, 48 minutes in the air. Sounds great, the only problem landing at 1:00 am in the morning!  Pick-up bags and go though US Customs, cab home by 3:00 am. But compared to our past ...

Happy Postscript, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Happy Postscript

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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In Batu Karas, it was mostly a joke. We had been careless, but at nearly 35, surely I would not get pregnant from just a teeny, tiny little...how to put it...change of routine. In Yogyakarta, the jokes became more nervous, and I began to punctuate them ...

Day 15: Last day for DC, Washington, DC, United States travel blog

Day 15: Last day for DC

A travel blog entry by crawfords

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... we headed back to the Metro. It was very, very, crowded, as tonight is the first night of a series of games between the Washington Nationals and the Chicago Cubs. I was quite thankful when the majority of the folks got off at the stadium stop. We had ...

Rocky Mountain hi (5), Coeur d Alene, United States travel blog

Rocky Mountain hi (5)

A travel blog entry by maxandpaddy

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(Friday 1st September Last minute decision to take a detour into Yellowstone National Park North East entrance and to camp overnight at Mammoth Hot Springs. Big draw was the chance to see the wildlife and the Lamar valley, the only place where it is ...

Moonlight and Monuments, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Moonlight and Monuments

A travel blog entry by rbennettcpa

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We visited several places today, which D.A. and I found interesting but not so much for the kids.  we thought it would be the reverse! First stop:  the Postal Museum, where the kids were supposed to be able to role play being mail employees and ...

De Nada Empenada... Coming soon., Washington DC, United States travel blog

De Nada Empenada... Coming soon.

A travel blog entry by millervilles

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... day... If you can call it that.  Tonight we catch a red eye from Buenos Aires to Houston, and an immediate connection back to DC, saying goodbye to several friends at each step along the way.  First, we are headed to catch a train to Adrogue, a ...

DC: The Final Frontier, Washington DC, United States travel blog

DC: The Final Frontier

A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel

... the Lincoln Memorial.  I also liked seeing the Spy Museum and acting like a secret undercover spy.  I hope I get to go to Washington DC again sometime in my lifetime.   Lauren: We got to sit in the first class room at the train station. ...

Let's Catch up!, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Let's Catch up!

A travel blog entry by so29

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... picture posted, we sang at the opening of the July 4th parade on Constitution avenue betwixt the White House and the Washington Monument.  Then came an incredible privilege;  the boys performed for wounded veterans at the Veteran's Hospital.  Like many ...

Washington DC, Washington DC, United States travel blog

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by jameszappia

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... of this nations history and here I got to see The Magna Carta, The Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights and The United States Constitution. These documents are hundreds of years old, the oldest being the Magna Carter which was signed by King John ...

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