Washington DC: The inauguration and Martin Luther King Day

The nation’s capital will buzz with speeches and parades for Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 21 and the presidential inauguration events, Jan. 21.

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

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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Three things to do in DC that are under the radar

When in DC look for a neighborhood restaurant, explore a museum below the Mall and find a special garden.

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Washington DC gems you may not know

It’s easy to experience overload when visiting Washington D.C. unless you have some insider information.

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The Liaison Hotel: Washington’s Top Spot for People (and Pets)

Washington’s Liaison Hotel welcomes guests and their pets with genuine hospitality and upscale accommodations.

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Start with Manassas during the Civil War Sesquicentennial

The Manassas National Battlefield Park, outside Washington D.C., is a Civil War sesquicentennial destination.

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