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Top 10 Family Things To Do in Washington DC

Visitors to Washington DC arrive year round from all over the world. Those coming with families will not be disappointed with the variety of activities available in Washington DC. Here are some of our favorites:   Visit the National Zoo Located … more… »

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Cherry Blossom Festival Parade

Every year the National Cherry Blossom Festival takes place in Washington DC. The gift of the Cherry Blossom trees is from the Japanese to the Americans, celebrating friendship between the two countries and its people. 2012 marks the centennial National … more… »

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Top 10 things to do in DC

I’ve been living in DC now for over three years and still haven’t managed to see everything that this place has to offer. If you plan on coming here for two to three days then here are the ten places … more… »

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The National Cherry Blossom Festival 2012 – The Main Events

Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. The festival coordinates daily events featuring diverse programming highlighting traditional and contemporary arts, culture and community spirit. This year marks the 100th anniversary of this beloved festival and will offer 5 fun filled weeks of events for visitors to enjoy. more… »

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Rock and Roll Marathon DC

Rock and Roll marathon is coming to DC next month. This event takes a stop in DC as part of its North American tour. The event takes place on March 17th and will start and end at RFK stadium (home … more… »

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DC Fashion Week

The holidays are over and the reality of winter is setting in: the stretch between plummeting temperatures and the glimmering promises of spring seems never-ending. However, there is one way to break-free of the mid-winter blues… and it doesn’t involve shoveling snow or hacking at ice. This year’s DC Fashion Week: The Power of Style is heating up the city and simultaneously showcasing all the stylish ways you can keep warm for the remainder of winter. more… »

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Valentine’s Day in Washington DC

Are you looking to enjoy a romantic meal in Washington, DC this Valentine’s Day? Here are some restaurants that offer specials that are sure to make for a wonderful evening for you and your sweetie. Make your reservation ahead of time to be sure to get a nice table. Keep in mind, all fixed prices do not include tax and gratuity. Details are subject to change; please confirm pricing with the restaurant. more… »

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Maryland Polar Bear Plunge

The Maryland Polar Bear Plunge is the largest plunge event in the United States. This event is held in the winter where brave people decide to plunge into a body of water in  Chesapeake Bay despite the low temperature. The … more… »

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Chinese New Year – Year of the Dragon

In Chinese tradition, each year is dedicated to a specific animal. The Dragon, Horse, Monkey, Rat, Boar, Rabbit, Dog, Rooster, Ox, Tiger, Snake, and Ram are the twelve animals that are part of this tradition. In 2012, the Dragon is welcomed back after the 2011 year of the Rabbit. Each of these animals are thought to bestow their characteristics to the people born in their year. more… »

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