Do you think you know a lot about Washington DC? Test yourself with these fun facts on the nation’s capital.
May 7, 2013
For those visiting Washington DC, there is much to see and experience. While you could see the city on foot on by bus, a more unique option is to tour DC by segway.
April 30, 2013
For those who love to cycle, Washington DC is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the United States. Once you rent a bike, you’ll be able to see the sites at your own pace while staying active. To help you navigate the nation’s capital by bike, here is a guide to cycling in Washington DC.
April 9, 2013
Located in Washington DC, the Washington National Cathedral is an Episcopal church with services based on the Book of Common Prayer. That being said, it is a house of prayer open to all faiths and creeds with a commitment to interfaith dialogue and understand between religions.
March 26, 2013
Springtime is one of the most popular times to visit Washington DC, particularly because the season means the arrival of the cherry blossoms to the nation’s capital. Each year when the bare trees erupt into thousands of bright pink blossoms, the city even hosts a Cherry Blossom Festival to celebrate the arrival of spring.This year, the festival takes place from March 20 to April 14 and throughout the time you can see the cherry blossoms in a new and unique way, on an exclusive cherry-blossom-themed biking tour of DC.
March 26, 2013
As the capital of the United States, Washington DC is full of sites to see and experiences to be had. While you could easily spend weeks exploring the historic sites, cultural offerings and unique attractions, sometimes there isn’t enough time. For those with only a day to spend in the city, here are some suggestions.