DC

Bicycle Car by MARC for Riders

From this Saturday, December 13, a new bike care attached to Penn Line train  from Martine State Airport, Baltimore, and DC for passengers who ride MARC. Although this services begins for just weekends, it may extend to other days in future. For more details click here   [learn_more caption=”Related subjects” …

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White House

To see president’s iconic home and one of famous house in the world, you may plan it. There are two way to submit a request; a member of congress or an embassy. You may find a congress man (woman) in your residency through House.Gov website. What to Visit You may do …

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The National Shrine

The Basilica of the National Shrine is an historical Catholic church which is the largest isn US and was built in 1879. It is one the best attractions and worthy to visit in DC area. It is open to public all year long, 365 days.

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$171m Just From Parking & ATE

Inspector general reports more than $171 million revenue just from parking and automated traffic tickets in DC. the office published a 135 pages report which shows a lot of details regarding pro and cons, errors, solutions, and comparisons among these recent years.

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Newseum

See for yourself why the Newseum is called the “must-see” attraction in Washington, D.C. Located between the White House and the U.S. Capitol, a visit to the Newseum is a conversation-inspiring experience you won’t find anywhere else. Explore historic artifacts, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs, interactive exhibits, a 4-D theater and much …

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National Zoo

Bao Bao’s First Year on August 23rd  Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Zoo is the nation’s zoo. It is a 163-acre zoological park set amid Rock Creek National Park in the heart of Washington, D.C.

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‌Bike Sharing

Capital Bikeshare puts over 2500 bicycles at your fingertips. You can choose any of the over 300 stations across Washington, D.C., Arlington and Alexandria, VA and Montgomery County, MD and return it to any station near your destination.

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