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Visiting Washington DC Versus New York

 New York is definitely a fun place to visit. However, Washington, DC is even better.  Why?  Allow me please, I am going to list a few of the reasons why you should visit Washington DC anytime of the year with your family, friends or even by yourself.  Yes, by all means, visit New York, Miami, Boston, Philadelphia, …
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“White House Key Lime Pie”

The President informed us prior to his being elected of his constant hankering for pie. For this reason, celebrations at the White House includes an assortment of pie, from sweet potato to good old fashioned American apple pie. The President’s resident pie maker, Executive Pastry Chef Bill Yosses, has shared his recipe, a twist on the traditional key lime pie. He uses Greek yogurt …
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About the state dinner at the White House

Yesterday was held a “state dinner” at the White House to welcome President Hu Jintao of China. Do you know why we call that a state dinner? By definition a state dinner is a dinner or banquet (with a lot of protocols) paid by a government and hosted by a head of state in his or …
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Cancer treatment centers in Washington DC

All the Comforts of Home- When Your Need Them Most Many visitors to the American Guest House Bed and Breakfast are business travelers, tourists, foreign dignitaries, and travelers of all other walks of life. Unfortunately however, sometimes travel to the Washington DC area is much more a necessity than a holiday. The Washington D.C./Baltimore area is …
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WHITE HOUSE RECIPES FOR THE HOLIDAYS

The White House is serving all kinds of savory and sweet things during the twenty holiday receptions that President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host this season. The baked delights, courtesy of Executive Pastry Chef Bill Yosses. White House Holiday Apple Cake with Maple Glaze Ingredients for the Cake 3/4 cup canola or …
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White House Trivia!

Bone up on a little American history with a few fun facts about The White House! 1. How many fires has The White House survived? Answer: 2. The first was in 1814 during the War of 1812 and set by the British. The second was in 1929 in the West Wing. 2. When was The …
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