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Rally To Restore Sanity Leads To Record DC Metro Congestion

Rally To Restore Sanity Leads To Record DC Metro Congestion November 9, 2010 | New York, Travel News, Washington DC | Read More
Jon Stewart told attendees at the Rally to Restore Sanity that what made Americans civil could best be found in how they dealt with merges, noting that everyone says, “You go, then I’ll go. You go, then I’ll go.” More than 250,000 people may have attended the Washington, DC event,...

Smithsonian Lets QVC Sell Hope Diamond (Replicas)

Smithsonian Lets QVC Sell Hope Diamond (Replicas) April 14, 2010 | Travel News, Washington DC | Read More
The world’s largest museum complex and research organization and one of the world’s largest multimedia retailers have joined forces at last.  Last week, the Smithsonian Institution and the QVC home shopping network announced a licensing agreement to make and sell a line of jewelry modeled...

Michelle Obama Graces Cover of Conde Nast Traveler

Michelle Obama Graces Cover of Conde Nast Traveler April 13, 2010 | Travel News, Washington DC | Read More
First lady Michelle Obama is on the cover of the May issue of Conde Nast Traveler, which hits newsstands April 14.  The cover article, “Mrs. Obama’s Washington,” includes the first lady’s travel tips in and around the nation’s capital.  Mrs. Obama shows she has the makings...

Where to Eat in Washington, DC: the Best Spots at Every Price

Where to Eat in Washington, DC: the Best Spots at Every Price December 28, 2009 | Food Lovers, Washington DC | Read More
Whether we like it or not, cost is often as important as quality when it comes to deciding on a restaurant. Most of us don’t have the luxury of eating wherever we want, whenever we want. Fortunately, DC has dining options to fit every budget – whether you’re on a shoestring or ready...

Washington, DC: 4 Reasons to Visit Off-Season

Washington, DC: 4 Reasons to Visit Off-Season November 19, 2009 | Offbeat, Washington DC | Read More
Unsurprisingly, Washington DC welcomes the majority of its visitors in the spring and summer months.  With school vacations and relaxed work schedules, it’s easier to head to the US Capital then, to view the sights (Cherry Blossoms! Monuments!) or to take part in cool local activities (museum...

Washington DC’s Pampering Paradise

Washington DC’s Pampering Paradise October 6, 2009 | Washington DC | Read More
Whether or not they’d admit it, most women like to be pampered. And while one girl’s idea of pampering might be another one’s idea of torture, there are more than enough “spoil yourself” options in Washington to satisfy pretty much any taste. A few options: Natural Body...

Fitness in the Federal City – DC’s Top Gyms and Exercise Studios

Fitness in the Federal City – DC’s Top Gyms and Exercise Studios September 1, 2009 | Washington DC | Read More
Washingtonians take fitness seriously – all you have to do is wander through Rock Creek Park or on the National Mall to see how many walkers, joggers, cyclists and sunbathers use the city’s open spaces as their workout locations.  But DC’s inhabitants don’t limit their activities...

How to Survive the 2009 Presidential Inauguration

How to Survive the 2009 Presidential Inauguration January 16, 2009 | Travel Tips, Washington DC | Read More
Are you going to be in Washington Dc January 20th? Read on for NileGuide’s tips on how to have a successful 2009 Inauguration experience. photo courtesy of dbking Defeat the … 1. Crowds a. Prepare to become intimately familiar with the back of stranger’s heads. Buy a harness for your child, walkie-talkies...
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