Author: dctravel

Even More DC Pictures For You

Life has certainly been strange lately. We’re stuck in our homes, or exposed to dangers in situations we were not expected to be. It’s hard to be optimistic right now, and we’re all missing happier times. I wanted to share some photos, because looking at them reminds me of those times. The only thing we

Deep cuts of DC

For those who have been to the city and experienced many of the big tourist attractions, it can seem like you can run out of things to do in Washington, D.C. I have been there, as have many. However, it is not true. There are a million things to do in the city, most of

Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the United States is located in a beautiful building near the United States Capitol Building. In it, the nine Justices of the Supreme Court receive and debate cases that have some of the largest-reaching impact in the history of the United States.  You can get tours of the Supreme Court, which

Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan is one of the more popular nightlife destinations in town, especially for college students in the city. There is a nice mix of dive bars, fancy eating establishments, and mid-range spots. There are no conveniently located metro stations – both Columbia Heights on the Green/Yellow lines and Woodley Park/Adams Morgan/Zoo stations are about

United States Botanical Garden

The United States Botanical Garden is a fantastic set of indoor gardens. The enormous greenhouse space features gardens, flowers, and plants from around the world, and is right off the National Mall.  If you love flowers and plants, you can easily spend a long time at the Botanical Garden, and the warm interior is a

DC: The relaxed 3-day tour

D.C. is a great city to visit, not just because of all there is to do and see but because it is relatively easy to get away from the crowds and the hustle of the city. If you’re visiting D.C., you might not want to figure out your own itinerary and do all of the