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Visiting the US Capital

Washington, D.C. is one of the most interesting cities one could visit. The capital city of the United States of America was named after George Washington, military leader of the American Revolution and the first US President. District of Columbia, which is the name of the federal district containing Washington, is governed by a single municipal government and for practical purposes it is administrated by a mayor. But although Washington, D.C. does not have a representative in the U.S. House of Representatives......

Washington D.C. Museums, Monuments and More

As the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. is certainly not lacking of museums, monuments, exhibits, historic landmarks and a fantastic potpourri of cuisine and nightlife. The District of Columbia is vibrant and alive with thousands of college students, passionate non-profits and swarms of local and international government employees. Get a taste of this unique social climate when you book your airfare to Washington DC through one of the region’s major airports: Dulles International Airport (Virginia), Ronald......

Rainy Day BackUp Plans: Necessary for Seattle Travel

Visiting Seattle Washington is like walking into a refreshing spring rain. Well, it is about half of the year at any rate. The climate here is great for being outdoors as long as you don’t mind getting a little wet. My recommendation is not to even bother with an umbrella, wear comfortable waterproof shoes, and hide your hair beneath a funky hat of some sort that will handle getting a little wet. Whatever you do, don’t let the rain spoil your good time. Rain is a fact of life in Seattle and most of the......

The Neighborhood of Fremont, Seattle

The way that visitors are drawn to this funky, colorful neighborhood, Fremont may just deserve the title of “Center Of The Universe”. Fremont is a colorful, artistic community in Seattle, Washington. It’s located along the ship canal, just north of the Queen Anne Hill. You’ll enjoy browsing for vintage clothing, collectibles, antiques, and more, in the many shops and stores throughout this neighborhood. In the summer, you’ll want to check out the outdoor cinema, where you’ll see mainstream favorites,......

Visitors Guide to Seattle Washington

The city of Seattle is situated in the eastern area of the state of Washington in Northwest America, between the waters of the Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Known for its appealing atmosphere and emergence as the USA’s city of the 1990s, Seattle’s waterfront is its main attraction and this lies along the Alaskan Way, although the city does contain a number of must-see sights. Seattle’s community is built on commerce, fishing and timber, greatly influenced by the nearby Boeing aerospace company. Full......

New Orleans Has Something For Everyone

Whether you have a family full of thrill-seekers, history buffs or art lovers, New Orleans has something for everyone. The following are just a few of the exciting activities that you and your family can enjoy on a trip to New Orleans. * At the world-class Audubon Zoo, you can go on an African “safari,” watch wild animals or hold a butterfly on the tip of your finger. * The Aquarium of the Americas is a stunning display of sea life. Here visitors can tour a rain forest, watch penguins play or visit an......

Experience the Parades, Parties and Live Music in New Orleans

New Orleans, the largest city of Louisiana, located on a Mississippi River bend near the Gulf, the so-named Crescent City offers a mixture of American, African, Caribbean and European architecture, culture and cuisine. The heart and soul of the city is the French Quarter that has many shops, elegant art galleries, restaurants, bars, jazz club, so a terribly good nightlife. If you walk through Bourbon Street, the French Quarter’s liveliest and wildest thoroughfare, you’ll hear the rhythmic sounds of jazz,......

Visiting New Orleans In Fall

Looking for a full roster of fun things to do for your next autumn getaway? Come to New Orleans, where something is happening every day. Here is a sampling of fall events in New Orleans. Art for Arts Sake: This free citywide “gallery hop” on Oct. 1 marks the opening of the city’s fabulous arts season. More than 50 upscale art galleries will be open in the Warehouse Arts District and on Magazine Street. Sip a glass of wine along the way and be inspired by the visual feast. New Orleans Film Festival: October......

Disney World In One Day

Various factors will affect your ability to seek out all that Disney has to offer within a limited timescale, but with a little common sense and some handy tips, you’ll certainly be on track to achieving your goal! So here is a list of ideas to help smooth your day: 1: Ensure everyone has a hearty breakfast. The “all you can eat breakfast buffets” are very popular, or diners such as Dennys offer excellent value for money. 2: Buy your Disney tickets in advance to save valuable time standing in line at......

Beat The Heat And Have Fun During At Disney World

Are you planning a fun-filled Walt Disney World summer vacation but need some tips on how to deal with the hot weather? Here are some tips to get you cooler, keep you safe, and have fun: – Get up and going early with a surfing lesson at Typhoon Lagoon with the Cocoa Beach Surfing School. You can surf in the wave pool before the park opens every weekday (except Wednesdays). – Visit one of Disney World’s water parks and just spend all day splashing around. You can go to Typhoon Lagoon where you can ride......

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