I’ve written seven location-based posts for this blog, and have concentrated on the must-see attractions of Washington, DC; the Capitol, the White House, and the memorials along the National Mall. After all, those are probably
Nothing brings crowds to Washington, DC like the Cherry Blossom Festival. More than a million visitors come into the city over the two-week window in which the roughly 3,800 cherry trees around the city sprout
There are few things more central to the American character than the right to petition government and the right to peaceably assemble. And there’s no better place to gather with like-minded individuals and make your
The Washington Monument is closed indefinitely due to damage from an earthquake that occurred in August 2011. Chances are that repairs are going to take months and during that time the Monument will remain closed.