111 Places in Washington That You Must Not Miss (111 Places in .... That You Must Not Miss) by Andrea Seiger
Publisher: Emons Publishers
*The ultimate insider's guide to Washington, DC*Features interesting and unusual places not found in traditional travel guides *Part of the international 111 Places/111 Shops series with over 250 titles and 1.5 million copies in print worldwide *Appeals to both the local market (more than 670,000 people call Washington, DC home) and the tourist market (21.3 million people visit Washington, DC every year!) *Fully illustrated with 111 full-page color photographsStep away from the traditional highlights of the city of innovators, great benefactors, artists, Presidents and hucksters to discover innumerable interesting and unknown sites, artifacts and other treats in Washington, DC. Visit places that are unknown and hiding in plain sight, that may go unnoticed or simply be unknown, whether to a visitor or a long-time resident. Come play a round of miniature golf among the cherry trees. Buy original art works out of a vintage cigarette machine. Catch a show at one of the refurbished theaters where Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington used to gig. Commune with the Godfather of Go-Go music in his memorial park. Get away from the tourists and peace out by walking a labyrinth alongside the Potomac River. Try an American Indian salad made of obscure root vegetables in a caf� called "Let's Eat."
My Little Golden Book about Washington, DC by Rich Volin
Publisher: Golden Books
Explore Washington D.C. with a fun guidebook written specifically for the youngest tourists and residents. Get ready to explore Washington D.C. with Benjamin the Bald Eagle as your guide! This Little Golden Book highlights major attractions of the nation's capital including the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Lincoln Memorial, the National Zoo, and the White House. Plus there are great suggestions of things to do such as fly a kite on the Mall, ride a paddle boat by the Jefferson Memorial, and learn how paper money is printed! Perfect for families with young kids visiting D.C., as well as residents who wish to discover more of their hometown.
After a treat lures Larry the dog away from his family while touring America's capital, he searches through the city's most famous sites looking for Pete, including the National Mall, the White House, and the Washington Monument.
Hey Kids! Let's Visit Washington DC: Fun, Facts and Amazing Discoveries for Kids by Teresa Mills
Publisher: Life Experiences Publishing
Fun and Exciting Facts about Washington DC! Hey Kids! Did you know... There's a mall in downtown Washington DC that doesn't sell anything? There's a place in DC where you can see US currency (paper money) printed? There's a name for the odd shape of the Washington Monument? The National Cathedral is filled with stained glass windows depicting American History? You will find out all about these things and much more fun Washington DC facts and photos. You will love this book whether you are preparing for a Washington DC vacation with the family, or simply want to learn a little more about Washington DC attractions. Younger kids will love this neat way to visit Washington DC through reading with their family! Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids! Let's Visit Series of children's books! This visit to Washington DC will give older kids a virtual tour of the capitol of the United States along with some fun facts. Kids of all ages will love to pictures of the Washington DC museums, Washington DC monuments, and other Washington DC attractions. So, scroll back to the top, and grab this fun filled book about Washington DC for kids! AFTER YOUR PURCHASE CHECK OUT OUR OTHER TITLES THST YOU MAY LIKE: Hey Kids! Let's Visit New York City Hey Kids! Let's Visit A Cruise Ship Hey Kids! Let's Visit London England Hey Kids! Let's Visit London England Hey Kids! Let's Visit San Francisco Hey Kids! Let's Visit Savannah Georgia Hey Kids! Let's Visit Paris France Hey Kids! Let's Charleston South Carolina
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