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Washington, District of Columbia isn’t part of any state, but it is the nation’s Capital and one of the most visited capital cities in the world. If you want to visit parts of the White House you have to book months in advance, but you can take photos of the outside and the same goes for the US Capitol. Visit the District’s many memorials, including the Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt Memorials, the National WWII Memorial and the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Explore the superb National Air and Space Museum which traces the history of air and space travel and is home to the Albert Einstein Planetarium. See dinosaur fossils and the Hope Diamond in the National Museum of Natural History and see the original Declaration of Independence in the National Archives & Records Administration.
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Inn to Inn Bike Tour on the Great Allegheny Passage
There is phenomenal biking to be enjoyed in Ohiopyle and the surroundings. The Great Allegheny Passage, the rail-trail paralleling the Yough River through Ohiopyle State Park.

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USD 950 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Duration: 6 days
Season: July - October
Pennsylvania
District of Columbia
Maryland

Civil War Historical Bike Tour from Gettysburg to Antietam
Enjoy this 4 day cycling tour of such American Civil War sites like Gettysburg, Antietam, Monacacy and others. Incredible lodging, world class fare, enthralling tours.

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USD 1175 / Per person
Bicycle Touring
Military History
Duration: 4 days
Season: June - October
Pennsylvania
Maryland
District of Columbia

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Fun, hands on cooking classes teach you how easy it can be to prepare a great meal for family and friends.

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USD 65 - 90 / Per person
Cooking schools
American
French
Italian
Season: January - December
District of Columbia

District of Columbia Travel Stories
Washington, D.C. National World War II Memorial Finally, after a 59-year wait, the National World War II Memorial was formally dedicated in Washington, D.C. on May 29, 2004. Symbolic of the 20th century’s defining event, it is positioned on the Mall’s central axis in a strategic, and scenic, location between the Washington Monument (a symbol of the country’s 18th-century founding) and the Lincoln Memorial (a symbol of the 19th-century... Read more >>>