This past weekend I visited for the first time (after 5 being a DC resident for 5 years) the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial located on a tiny island on the Potomac river. Let me tell you, what an amazing experience it was! … Continue reading
Coming to DC for the 2013 US Presidential Inauguration? Here’s a guide to what you’ll need to know: The Swearing-in Ceremony: 11:30 a.m. EST, January 21, 2013 West Front, U.S. Capitol Building, E Capitol Street NE and 1st Street NE, … Continue reading
Enjoying the warm evenings in Washington right now? Take advantage of the nice weather and check out the city’s renowned memorials at night. Beat the day-time crowds by taking in the monument views at night, under the glow of the … Continue reading
Need a last minute reservation at Washington DC’s best bed & breakfast? Make reservations now and you can also enjoy the Hollins Theatre this weekend. Located at the Kennedy Center, the Hollins Theatre will be presenting the acclaimed production of … Continue reading
The National Building Museum is one of the most spectacular historical buildings in Washington, DC. Once the Pension building, it was designed to house the Pension Bureau and served as venue for social events for Washington, DC’s “social elite” during that period. The … Continue reading
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