Frommer's Washington, D.C. from $80 a Day

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Wiley, Feb 3, 2004 - Travel - 320 pages
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Let Frommer's show you how to experience the best of the nation's capital while keeping your budget balanced with Frommer's Washington, D.C., from $80 a Day. Meticulously researched by our expert author, a longtime resident, it's packed with tips that will help you save money and have you navigating the city like a pro in no time.

You'll rely on our candid, in-depth reviews of inviting and affordable places to stay, from spacious family suites to quaint B&Bs. We've got cheap eats galore, from fabulous ethnic restaurants and neighborhood bistros to good-value choices near all the major sights.

Frommer's will show you how to explore the halls of power and watch your government at work. We'll take you to all the monuments and memorials, historic sites, and world-class museums, and we'll show you great things to do for free (or almost), including outdoor concerts, discounts on theater tickets, spectacular parks and gardens, and much more. We'll help you keep the kids
entertained, take you on memorable side trips to side trips to Mount Vernon and Alexandria, and show you how to save money on everything from airfares to riding the Metro.

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User Review  - brendajanefrank - LibraryThing

I have lived in D.C. and the close-in suburb of McLean, Virginia, for more than thirty years. Yet, I still enjoy visiting the monuments, the museums and the tourist sites. There are always new ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

Although I can do without the author's advice to " sure to read President Obama's 2 recent books to get me in the mood for my trip to Washington..." (how ridiculous is that!) I found the book to ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Elise Hartman Ford has been a freelance writer in the Washington, D.C., area since 1985. Her writing has appeared in theWashington Post; Washingtonian magazine; the London-based Bradman’s North America Guide; The Essential Guide to Business Travel; Ladies’ Home Journal; and other national, regional, and trade publications. In addition to this guide, she is the author of Frommer’s Washington, D.C.; Frommer’s Memorable Walks in Washington, D.C.; and Unique Meeting, Wedding, and Party Places in Greater Washington.

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