AAA Photo Journeys: Washington, Part 3
AAA, Jan 30, 1992 - Travel - 472 pages
Take an ammhair journey to historic Washington, D.C. Beautiful color photos guide you through the city's: "Major attractions" -- Visit the White House, Washington Memorial, the U.S. Capitol, and many other "must sees" of the notion's capital. "Museums" -- Feel as if you are actually inside the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian Institution, the Textile Museum, and more. "Cultural attractions" -- From Ford's Theatre and the Kennedy Center to the Arena Stage, you'll enjoy pages filled with arts and culture. "Historical sites" -- Walk through Georgetown, the Old Post Office, Oatlonds Plantation, and many others. "Scenic areas" -- Enjoy the Mall, Rock Creek Park, Embassy Row, and many other beautiful sites. "Nightlife" -- Find out where to go for dinner, dancing, and fun in such areas as Georgetown, M and F streets, and Connecticut Avenue. "Shopping areas" -- This City is pocked full of interesting stores, boutiques, and shops. Included are Union Station, OldTown Alexandria, Pennsylvania Avenue, plus more. Use it as a reference, a vacation keepsake, or as a quick mental getaway. Experience a photo journey to Washington, D.C. -- it's just a page away.
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