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What will spice up your vacation or business trip is the place you will choose to lodge. With various hotels available, it is tough to pick the best one. Knowing the elements to consider when picking the hotels will guide you in making better choices. Use the following guidelines to make the finest choices available in the area of your choice. Size The first thing that you should consider when looking for a hotel near downtown Maryland is the size Read More
There are many places that you probably have never considered visiting and one of them has to be Oxon Hill. This is a really simple yet extremely sophisticated travel destination. People are visiting this relaxed suburb that is shared by Washington and Maryland in droves. There are many reasons why people visit this place but one that is very important to many is relaxation. Why are you getting all stressed up in the name of finding a relaxing travel destination Read More
Choosing the right hotel for the approaching vacation may already look like a complicated process. However, it does not have to be so. There are many things to consider when looking for hotels in Maryland for instance. You have to juggle between the needs of those who will be accompanying you, to making sure that you get a hotel near downtown Maryland that fits your budget. Making such arrangements way in advance of your vacation is very important. This leaves Read More
“Free in DC” Free and low-cost things to do in DC! Free in DC is an arts, culture, and consciousness resource dedicated to all the cool, free, low-cost things to do in Washington, DC… proving you don’t need to spend a lot to live a rich life in this town! See DC through the eyes of a local who lives in the city and is plugged into the scene. All events are free, donation-based, or $10 or less and accessible Read More
Capitol Hill Books – Books, books, and more books Nov 4th, 2015 | By: Laetitia Brock Image by Laetitia-Laure Brock Claustrophobes beware – Capitol Hill Books is definitely not the place for you! The tiny Eastern Market area shop is bursting at the seams with used books, stacked in (somewhat organized) floor-to-ceiling piles. Everywhere. Even in the bathroom, which doubles up as the foreign language books section, volumes in French, Spanish and Italian share space with a toilet and a sink. Read More