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AWashington, DC: Good hotels

Holiday inn capitol is reasonable for dc and is near the Capitol and the metro station.  It's a little hard to find but it's behind the department of education building.  See More

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

The buses to New York City​ mostly leave from Union Station​. They are the cheapest way to go with round trip fares around $30. They are comfortable and have WiFi. There are several companies like Bolt that provide service. If you... See More

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

The train is faster, but more expensive. The least expensive way is the bus. It's $25 round trip to DC. It takes the same amount of time as the car but you have wifi. There are several companies. They leave from various places in New York but all come into Union Station... See More

AWashington, DC: 9 year d boy

The National Air and Space Museum​ is always fun. They also have an annex out at Dulles airport where they house the space shuttle. The International Spy Museum​  is also great for kids. For an extra fee they can go on a spy mission.... See More

AWashington, DC: A Must Try Restaurant

Ted's Bulletin 14th Street​ by Barracks Row (8th St, SE) has a kid friendly menu. They will especially like the homemade pop tarts for dessert. See More

AWashington, DC: Hotel recommendation for time split between VA and DC?

Crystal City​ is a good option. Several hotels sit right above the metro so you don't have to go outside. It's in VA but it's only a few stops away from the major sites in DC. Prices are a little more reasonable than downtown. See More

AWashington, DC: Good museums and other free places in DC?

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum​ is excellent and it is free. The International Spy Museum​, the National Museum of Crime & Punishment​​ and the Newseum​ are also very well done... See More

AWashington, DC: What are the most popular neighborhoods in D.C.?

If you want a central location, then Dupont Cir NW​ or Chinatown​ are great areas. They have metro stations, and lots of bars and restaurants. Chinatown is near the Verizon Center​, the National Portrait Gallery​... See More

AWashington, DC: What must I see in D.C. that is off the beaten path?

If you have a car there's a few really interesting places in and around DC. President Lincoln Cottage​ has recently been opened to the public in NW, DC. If you want to continue the Lincoln theme, in suburban Maryland is the Surratt House Museum​.... See More

AWashington, DC: Is there a younger or older crowd in DC?

I would agree there are a lot of students and young professionals in DC. I work on United States Capitol​ and the majority of staffers are in their twenties and early thirties. See More

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