The U.S. FreedomWalk Festival: Walk Arlington, Virginia and Washington D.C.

Walk along the C&O Canal.

On Friday, October 19, 2012 through Sunday, October 21, 2012 you have the opportunity to participate in self-paced walks that will give you a different perspective on the Washington, D.C. area. Imagine seeing Arlington, Virginia, the monuments of the Mall and the C&O Canal on foot. If you are a walking enthusiast, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

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Corks and Canines: Virginia’s Wine Country Part 2

Traveling Virginia’s Wine Country with dog friendly locations like Middleburg, Morven Park, Bluemont Winery, Chrysalis Vineyard,

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Corks and Canines: Virginia’s Wine Country Part 1

Virginia’s wine country includes very dog-friendly vineyards, towns, and attractions.

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Lady Washington Entertains: Christmas at Mt. Vernon

Candlelight tours of Mount Vernon at Christmas allow visitors to “meet” the Washingtons for an intimate glimpse into the holidays at the estate.

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Alexandria’s Torpedo Factory: Loaded for Art

The Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria VA is a center for visual arts with studios, galleries, and the Alexandria Archaeology Museum.Few places have the creative energy of Alexandria’s Torpedo Factory. Situated on the riverfront in Old Town Alexandria, the building was, indeed, a manufacturing plant for deadly torpedoes during WWII.

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Old Town Alexandria: Unique shops and great buys!

Alexandria has been a magnet for shoppers since its founding in 1749 when the port on the Potomac River unloaded the latest luxuries from London and fashions from France. Shopping in Alexandria, Virginia is a treat with unique specialty shops with boutiques, kids toys, spices, and art.

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