Washington DC.  One of the best vacations the kids and I went on.  We spent a week and went everywhere.

A Night View of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and Capitol Building

Washington DC. One of the best vacations the kids and I went on. We spent a week and went everywhere.

The White House, United States Capitol building. Washington D.C. #WashingtonDC #USCapital

The White House, United States Capitol building. Washington D.C. #WashingtonDC #USCapital

Washington, D.C.  Can't wait to see the Presidential inauguration this month

Washington, D.C. Can't wait to see the Presidential inauguration this month

Kayaks on the Potomac along the Georgetown waterfront in Washington, D.C. • photo: mporterf on TrekEarth

Kayaks on the Potomac along the Georgetown waterfront in Washington, D.C. • photo: mporterf on TrekEarth

10 Places You Should Not Miss When In Washington DC - Infographic

10 Places You Should Not Miss When In Washington DC - Infographic

Washington Dc Reise,Präsidenten,John Adams,Weißen Häusern,Reiseziele,Reisetipps,Reise-ideen,Das Weiß,Lincoln Memorial

Washington, D.C. Visitors Map.

Plan It: Four Days With the Kids in Washington, DC

Washington, D.C. Visitors Map.

Top Five Things to Do in Washington, D.C. with Kids

Top Five Things to Do in Washington, D.C. with Kids

The Liaison Capitol Hill: In the summer months, head to the rooftop pool and bar for cocktails and city views.

The Liaison Capitol Hill: In the summer months, head to the rooftop pool and bar for cocktails and city views.

What to do in Washington D.C.

What to do in Washington D.C.

Zero Milestone | Atlas Obscura Modeled after ancient Rome's Golden Milestone, which itself was a gesture meant to unify the disparate people's of the once-sprawling empire, the Zero Milestone in Washington, D.C. was created as a symbol of the effectiveness of the country's road system, but in the end its influence never spread past the city limits.

Zero Milestone

Zero Milestone | Atlas Obscura Modeled after ancient Rome's Golden Milestone, which itself was a gesture meant to unify the disparate people's of the once-sprawling empire, the Zero Milestone in Washington, D.C. was created as a symbol of the effectiveness of the country's road system, but in the end its influence never spread past the city limits.

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