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Mount Vernon Tour Coupons

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Mount Vernon, the exquisitely restored home of George Washington, the first President of the United States, and his wife Martha, is the centerpiece of the expansive plantation located in a spectacular setting along the banks of the Potomac River 15 miles south of the capital city. The vast property’s many interesting components provide visitors with a remarkable glimpse into 18th century plantation life and into the life of George Washington, the man, and the president.

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Washington DC Bike Tour Coupons

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The challenge of visiting America’s beautiful capital city is how to see it all in a limited amount of time. Washington DC is walkable, however, the spectacular sites are spread out and walking long distances can be daunting, especially in summer months when daytime temperatures are high. Guided tours aboard trolleys and buses are always good options as they can put you within walking distances of what you want to see, as does the metro system.

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Washington DC Food Tour Coupons

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Culinary tours are not just for foodies. They’re for anyone looking for a fun, engaging and tasty way to experience a Washington DC neighborhoods like a local. It’s a walking tour filled with the perfect blend of history, architecture, culture and wonderful food in the thriving historic neighborhood.

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Best Outdoor Activities in Washington D.C.

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When I think of visiting Washington D.C., what immediately comes to mind are the Monuments, Museums, Memorials, The White House, The U.S. Capitol – America’s must see national treasures and iconic sites. 

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The Best Way To Spend 2 Days In Washington DC

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Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival

 

DAY 1

 

Spend the entire day on the East side of the National Mall – from the U.S. Capitol, rising on a hill on the east end, to the Washington Monument, imposing anchor of the west end. Each side of the East Mall is lined with amazing, free, world-renown museums, many part of the Smithsonian complex, the National Botanic Garden, sculpture gardens, and statues. Add to this cluster of American treasures, the White House, just to the north of the Ellipse.

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