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A  Courtney Robinson and 13 others answered · January 24

Washington, DC: Bus or Train Travel from Washington DC to New York City

Personally, I would take the train from Washington, DC​, especially if you only have one day. For one thing, it takes about half the time and you never know what kind of traffic you'll run into with the bus. Yes, you will have to get from Pennsylvania... See More

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A  peggy robbins and 3 others answered · January 19

Washington, DC: Capital visit

The Library of Congress​ is across the street from the Capitol. Do some research and see if there is anything in particular you may want to see there but even if you just walk in to see the magnificent interior it is well worth it. The building is incredible. ... See More

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A  Pamela Rieser and 4 others answered · October 25, 2017

Washington, DC: Parking

There are many underground parking lots in Washington, DC​ but they are expensive.  There is reasonable priced all day parking at the Springfield Metro LP​ with lots of available spaces.  Take Metro to The White House​... See More

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A  Will McGuire and 7 others answered · September 25, 2017

Washington, DC: public transportation

by boat from Maine Avenue Southwest​ waterfront would be my suggestion See More

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A  RosalieAnn Beasley answered · June 30, 2017

Washington, DC: wasington dc to dallas tx car scenic drive

OK - From DC, go up I-270 to Fredrick, which is a historic town (where Barbara Fritchie is reported to have said "shoot if you must this old grey head.." etc.  and out to Hagerstown​ (stop at Sideling Hill​Overlook - which... See More

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A  Dana Gold and 17 others answered · May 06, 2017

New York City: Train or Car to DC from NYC?

Train!  See More

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A  Dana Gold and 9 others answered · May 06, 2017

Washington, DC: Where to stay outside of the city?

Arlington (Virginia)​ and Alexandria (Virginia)​ are both great. Alexandria very picturesque, but pricier and further out. Alexandria, more sprawling, but less expensive. Could also try Roslyn.  See More

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A  Dana Gold and 9 others answered · May 06, 2017

Washington, DC: 9 year d boy

The National Air and Space Museum​ is pretty cool. The Museum of Natural History​ has LOTS of fun stuff for kids to touch, do, see.  See More

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A  Hazel B and 3 others answered · June 28, 2016

Washington, DC: Where to go from DC?

I would drive from Washington, DC​ to Concord (New Hampshire)​. It would be one beautiful drive. Goes along interesting terrain. Much History and beauty. See More

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A  Andy Deahl and 3 others answered · June 27, 2016

Washington, DC: what are the must sees for a 3 day stay next week in washington dc ?

National Museum of American History​ and air & space museum​ Plan 2-4 hour in each.  Walk the National Mall See More

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