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Georgetown

in Main Street

Probably the best overall shopping in DC. Beautiful historic neighborhood of DC on the banks of the Potomac River. Home to Georgetown University, its part college town, part high end fashion mecca. Over 150 fashion specialty stores, local boutiques, and well-known international brands. Georgetown offers something to suit every style and taste. Also many restaurants and bars.

Washington, District Of Columbia
United States

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WHITE HOUSE

in Nat'l Historic Landmark, City

If you want to tour the home of every US president except George Washington, you must make a tour request (up to 6 mths. advance) through your member of Congress (Senator or Representative.) If planning in advance isn’t you, then at least visit the White House Visitor Center located at the SE corner of 15th and E St. The center includes exhibits on White House architecture and furnishings, first families and social and diplomacy events and a thirty minute video.

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
NW 15th and 17th Sts.
Washington, District Of Columbia 20785
United States

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Potomac Park

in State Park

Located in the distinctive Foggy Bottom neighborhood and surrounded by a panorama of national treasures, The Potomac Park and its sister building, the York, offer residents the advantages of a truly unique location. From your doorstep, the World Bank, State Department and George Washington University are all minutes by foot. Use Capital Bikeshare and peddle over to the Kennedy Center, the National Mall, or Georgetown.

North & South of Jefferson Memorial & Tidal Basin
Washington, District Of Columbia 20006
United States

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Washington Monument

in Nat'l Historic Landmark, City

Towering higher than any building in DC, the Washington Monument exemplifies the simplistic elegance and enduring presence of our first president. After a long restoration, the monument is again open to the public although the surrounding grounds/streets are still a little chaotic. Daily 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Free; tickets required; distributed for that day’s visit from kiosk on monument grounds beginning at 8 a.m. (line up by 7:15 a.m.); advance tickets have service charge up to $2. Street parking.

1 Harry S Truman Dr.
Washington, District Of Columbia
United States

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