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peggy robbins

Washington, DC

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About Me

I am married with grown children, a community volunteer, a lover of art and photography and a bit of a world traveler. My most incredible trip was gorilla trekking in Rwanda. I am crazy about D.C. and spend most of my days living as a tourist in our nations capitol. I walk the National Mall most nights and see something different each time.


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peggy's Activity


A  August 07, 2018

Washington, DC: Layover enough time to explore?

I would say NO!!!! Way too much stress, traffic would be very unpredictable and you'd barely visit before getting back on the road. If you would like to get away from the airport then yes, definitely go to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center It is a fascinating... See More


A  January 19, 2018

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

Yes, bus is the least expensive. I have only used Tripper Bus which is out of Bethesda​, a suburb of Maryland​. The bus stop is a couple of blocks away from the Bethesda metro station. Many of the buses let you off near Pennsylvania... See More


A  January 19, 2018

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


A  February 25, 2016

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

Hi Michael! I would suggest Friendship Heights​ Chevy Chase D.C., which is right on the Maryland line. Try the Embassy Suites there. Many restaurants from casual to sit down are in the area. Dupont Circle​ in D.C.is a great area... See More


A  February 19, 2016

Washington, DC: 9 year d boy

Hi,John! You didn't mention when you would be traveling to DC. Absolutely, the National Air and Space Museum​ , even if you don't visit the individual exhibits there, just walking through beneath the planes and the rockets is very cool. And... See More


A  December 30, 2015

How do you stay in shape while travelling?

Yes to walking. When we travel we leave the hotel by 7AM and return around 11PM. Long days. But guess what? We walk the entire time. I have never put on any weight when traveling and we stop at every pastry shop, gelato shop, we eat the fresh bread, etc. It is the best... See More


A  August 10, 2015

Washington, DC: Best monuments in DC to take kids?

​​ Crystal, you didn't say when you were going to D.C.! The heat here is oppressive in the summer so it does make a difference in everyone's energy level. I'll just give you some basic suggestions. While walking the memorials or museums, look for a... See More


A  June 22, 2015

Washington, DC: Cheap transportation in DC?

Yes, WMATA.com is the website you need to checkout.   If you want to take the train (Metro) click on the Trip Planner. You can actually put in your location, where you need to go and about what time of day. It will tell you what time trains will arrive in the station... See More


A  June 02, 2015

What are the best things to collect when travelling?

I have always collected matchbooks, although in recent years, they have become quite difficult to collect in the states. To me they are mini pieces of art and a wonderful reminder of traveling the world. I keep some in a very large bowl but the most beautiful ones... See More


A  May 30, 2015

Venice: Do you like to photograph doors while traveling?

​ ​Yes! I have hundreds of door photos from all over the world.I have individually framed around 50 photos and have them on one of the walls in my home. One of my favorite photos is the one above from Venice​. I photograph many beautiful doors but... See More


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