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Escape a few miles north outside of the hectic district and beltway and relax at the stylish, trendy, and quaint Bethesda Row. Choose from a wide variety of over 30 international restaurants including Irish, Thai, American, Asian, Spanish, Mediterranean, and American for a nice outdoor lunch or dinner. Enjoy desserts at specialty shops such as Dolcezza Gelato or Sweetgreen. There are plenty of new boutiques and stores to please all types of shoppers. Bethesda Row also holds many events such as Movie Nights and art fairs.
Embassy row is another name for the part of Massachusetts Avenue where many of the foreign embassies are located. A tour along the avenue will unfold some interesting architectural masterpieces. This is considered as one of the upscale areas and houses some premier properties. Considered as one of the prime locations, the properties here were owned by prominent social and political elite. The Hilton Washington Embassy Row and The Westin Embassy Row are the two major accommodation options located on this stretch.
Located on a delta along the Potomac River, Washington DC is America's capital city. The area was selected by George Washington after the 1790 Residence Act, cobbling together territory from Georgetown, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia into a 100 square mile area. The United States government operates from this relatively understated city, drawing scores of tourists, protesters and everyone in between who want to have more direct contact with the process of American governance. The White House, U.S. Capitol Building, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Lincoln Memorial are just a few of the iconic landmarks found throughout the National Mall, almost all of which receive millions of visitors each year.
Book Hill is a charming, historic neighborhood that is centered around the stretch of Wisconsin Avenue that lies between P street and Reservoir Road. With its beautiful 19th-century homes and charming boutiques, Book Hill boasts a distinct style that would not be out of place in Paris or London. From antique stores and clothing boutiques, to quaint patisseries and cafes, Book Hill is a haven for discerning local shoppers and tourists alike. You could easily while away hours exploring the many treasures on offer and soaking up the pleasant charm of Book Hill. The neighborhood is also known as the venue of the much-awaited annual French Market and street fair.
This great tour will let you visit fascinating and historical locations. Spend the morning at Mount Vernon at George Washington's home, gardens, and farm. Visit the quaint seaport town of Old Town Alexandria to see some of the most amazing historic sites in Virginia. Step off the coach and visit Christ Church, which was attended by George Washington and Robert E. Lee. You can also see historic 17th and 18th Century homes. Board Arlington National Cemetery's lectured tram to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and view the unforgettable Changing of the Guard ceremony. Witness the eternal flame that lights up the Kennedy Gravesite.
For anyone who is a buff of American action movies, then this triangle walk is a must! The triangle stretches from the White House to the Capitol Building and contains a number of key Federal offices and Government buildings such as the FBI Building, the National Archives, the Hoover Building and the Department of Justice. If you're a first time visitor to the capitol then it's a great way to see the city's landmarks, and who knows you may even bump into a couple of well-known people. The triangle is also adjacent to the downtown shopping area so if you'd had your fill of sightseeing there's always the mall to visit.