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Washington D.C.

There is so much to do in our nation’s capital that one visit is never enough. From the free museums with American gems like Dorothy’s ruby red slippers from The Wizard of Oz and Jackson Pollock’s painting Number 1, 1950 to world treasures like Claude Monet’s The Japanese Footbridge. This area is famous for the nearly four thousand cherry trees that explode during spring and blanket the city in pale pink blossoms.

Continue your jaunt around town to see inspiring monuments commemorating our country’s history. From Lincoln’s larger-than-life face overlooking the mall to the simple, yet powerful, design of the Vietnam Memorial, the visitor cannot help but feel a sense of pride and camaraderie.

After a day soaking in the culture in D.C., relax and dine on the city’s famed cuisine. With historic restaurants such as the Old Ebbit Grill, founded in 1856 which offers a fresh seafood oyster bar, and hot new spots such as Marketto, the highly anticipated indoor/outdoor eatery presenting artisanal java and Cambodian street food, you are sure to find something to satisfy any craving.

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