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Washington, DC

If You Go – Washington, DC w/Kids

Where2Stay
It’s up to you. Generally speaking, the hotels closer to the National Mall and other attractions tend to be more expensive, and hotels a short train ride from downtown (say, in D.C.’s Chinatown) tend to cost less.
What2Do
There’s…

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The Capital With Kids – Part 2

By Cindy Murphy-Tofig
Vacations with kids can be mellow, like a walk along a nature path. Or they can be packed with one adventure after another.
In Washington, D.C. vacations can be both. And if you have older kids, you…

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The Capital with Kids – Part 1

By Cindy Murphy-Tofig
Summer in Washington D.C. means steam rising from the sidewalks and tourists standing on the wrong side of the Metro escalators (stand on the right, walk on the left).
But it also means that many of the…

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If You Go – Washington, DC

The National Cherry Blossom Festival is March 27 through April 11 in Washington, D.C. Be sure to wear comfy shoes. You’ll most likely have to walk from a Metro stop to the Washington Monument grounds, parade route, or wherever you’re…

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As Winter Ends, the Capital Ushers in Spring

By Cindy Murphy-Tofig
Whether you’ve been slammed by snowstorm after snowstorm or you were lucky and only had to deal with a week or two of bitter cold, one of the best antidotes to winter is the annual National Cherry…

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