You don't have to let the political antics on Capitol Hill spoil your travel fun in Washington D.C. Check out the "Washington D.C.: All Shut Down and Somewhere to Go guide" for places to enjoy while congress members sweat it out.
Think of this as a way to see the lesser known side of D.C. and sites that are often, sadly, skipped over. Some of the best places in D.C. are the smaller, historic house museums.
The Brits Love Disney World, the French are heading to beaches, Italians to big cities, and the Germans? They're everywhere (in big numbers). Here are the top U.S. destinations that are most popular with Europeans this summer.
Although it's probably best known for its politics, Washington, D.C. is also a strong culinary center bursting with fantastic restaurants and chefs that even the pickiest foodies would boast about.
Oh Dear D.C., you may not be a state...But I love you for being the capital of the country, the birthplace of my children, and the city I proudly call home.
A visit to the George Washington Masonic Memorial is an unexpected glimpse into both the private life and the deep spiritual leanings of the father of our country.
Did I say "all" the monuments in one day"? Yeah, more or less.
With the White House, more than 160 embassies, and Congress all in our nation's capitol, it's no surprise that certain D.C. restaurants have garnered ...
Calling all Presidential (Inauguration) hopefuls! In contrast to the high cost of travel to attend the inaugural events of 2009, those hoping to be a part of this year's historic weekend will find getting to and staying in the nation's capital much more attainable.
As many prepare to visit the Washington, DC region for President Obama's second inauguration, I would like to share with you my top recommendations for presidential-themed visits.
My alarm clock is pounding in my ears at 5:30 in the morning. Not the best thing in the world for a 13-year-old to experience but it's worth it. Today I am headed to Washington, D.C to meet the President of the United States.
Whether you're voting for Obama or Romney, these are the Washington, D.C., hot spots where you can drink like a politician -- and maybe even spot a few in action.
I'm waiting on West 33rd Street for my bus back to Washington, D.C. For those who have taken the DC2NY bus, or one of the others that shuttle between the two cities, you know this spot. It's right in front of that strip joint.
I could've just taken the train, but on a whim, and packing my sense of adventure, I was going from D.C. to New York by taxi cab.
DC has many hidden corners, so while the tourists might head for Dean and Deluca, those who have been around the block will find quirkier (not to ment...