How to Visit Washington, DC with Kids

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Jenn Miller has never quite forgiven her parents for not taking her to Washington DC as a child, she’s making up for it by dragging her kids all over the capital time and again. She’ll show you where to stay, what’s cheap or free, how to make the National Gallery into a treasure hunt for your kids, and more.

Author Bio: Rachel Nena Krasno, MSW – San Francisco, California, USA

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When Rachel Nena Krasno is not traveling, writing or working, she can be found snowboarding on top of a snowcapped mountain, walking along the beach, or fire dancing. The adventure is everywhere!

DC from a Distance – Washington DC, USA

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Washington DC resident MMR is baffled by 'taxation without representation' in our country's capital. She is, however, entitled to flash a juvenile gesture at the Commander-in-Chief's c

VIP’s in Washington – Washington D.C., USA

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Jerry Lane soon learns that everyone is a VIP in W

That Friday Night in D.C. – Washington D.C, USA

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Adam Calvert marveled at the million worlds Washin

Travels for Two in a Green Ford Escort #16: U.S. History Lessons: Virginia and Washington D.C.

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Touring through the roots of the U.S. and its formal government, Jeff and Deb saw firsthand not only where the country came from, but where it stands presently and how some things currently happening

Washington, DC – Good Food on 7th Street

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Visitors to Washington quickly notice the total absence of good food around the monuments and museums. The only options on the Mall are vending trucks selling hots dogs and other junk at outrageous prices. Fortunately, the situation is not as bleak as it first appears. Good food is not far away up Seventh Street. Seventh […]

Way Out Wicklow

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In preparation for the Sahara hike in November, I decided to do an Irish hike in July. Coming with me was my friend Mick (he calls me Mick, I call him Mick – and we know where we are), who is one of those lunatics who actually enjoy this sort of thing! Day One Mick’s […]

Washington, DC – July 2000

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The oppressive humidity is here just like every summer in Washington. Also present are the masses of tourists that regularly hit the city once school’s over. Yet there are still plenty of good reasons to pay the Capital a visit. The Smithsonian Folk Festival starts June 23 and runs to July 4. The festival, which […]

Washington, DC – September 1999

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In a Blink of an Eye Summer is coming to an end and the tourists are heading out. Washingtonians are scrambling to the beaches in a last ditch effort to work on their summer tans, and the city is gearing up for the spectacular fall show. All summer long I’ve given you lots of FREE […]