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Write a Letter to Obama During Your Stay at The St. Regis Washington D.C.

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2013

Established in the 1900’s, Montblac is recognized around the world for its commitment to luxury craftsmanship and impeccable quality. For nearly a hundred years Montblac has been providing the elite consumer with beautifully designed writing...

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Find Out U.S. Presidents' Favorite Foods & Dine Like a White House Resident

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2013

Ever wanted to know the favorite meals of some of our U. S. Presidents? The tale about President Washington and the cherry tree wasn’t all fable— George Washington really did have penchant for cherries as well as fancy, Thursday night dinners. ...

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Find Out U.S. Presidents' Favorite Foods & Dine Like a White House Resident

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2013

Ever wanted to know the favorite meals of some of our U. S. Presidents? The tale about President Washington and the cherry tree wasn’t all fable— George Washington really did have penchant for cherries as well as fancy, Thursday night dinners. ...

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Hyatt Regency Washington Presents $70K Package for U.S. Presidential Inauguration

BY : James Rothaar | 2013

The Hyatt Regency Washington is inviting travelers to experience a historical event in a most luxurious fashion. The deluxe hotel on Capitol Hill hotel has two ultra-premium weekend packages centric to the Presidential Swearing-in Ceremony, the...

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Gallery in Washington DC Exhibits American Art

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

The Connersmith Gallery in Washington, DC, since its founding in 1999 has representing artists and their work that expresses conceptual ideas and uses its media to make statements about our society. Though wide ranging in style and form, much of...

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Washington DC Gallery Exhibits Art That Captures American Spirit

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

Connersmith Gallery, located on Florida Avenue in Washington, DC, was founded in 1999 with the hopes of representing artists who “excel at communicating powerful concepts in diverse media.” The gallery promotes art by talented visionaries who...

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Hank's Oyster Bar Offers Specialty Cocktails on Capitol Hill

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

What better combination is there to be had than handcrafted cocktails alongside oysters and lobster rolls? Hank’s Oyster Bar Capitol Hill location recently opened The Eddy, a brand new, specialty cocktail bar on Pennsylvania Avenue featuring a...

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Seafood and Cocktail Bar in DC

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

Hank's Oyster Bar is debuting its brand new Capitol Hill location and cocktail bar, The Eddy. Led by mixologist, Gina, the bar features a menu of creative beverages and surprising flavors (think taffy foam and marshmallow bitters). The fresh, fun...

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Loudoun County Close-Up

BY : Touring & Tasting | 2012

Known as DC’s wine country for its proximity to the heart of Washington, DC (just 25 miles), Virginia’s Loudoun County provides a breath of fresh air and so much to discover. The rolling hills of Loudoun County are a treasure trove for visitors...

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Virginia Wine Country

BY : Touring & Tasting | 2012

Just 25 miles from Washington, Dc are the beautiful rolling hills of Virginia Wine Country. Horse farms and wineries dot the landscape while winding roads cut through untouched countryside. This picturesque setting is the backdrop that is Loudoun...

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Wine Tasting Trail in Virginia

BY : Touring & Tasting | 2012

The beautiful Southern state of Virginia, rich in history, is also fast-becoming a destination for wine-lovers. Bordered by The Potomac Rivers, the Chesapeake Bay, and the Rappahannock River, is a region that perfectly pairs good wine, history, and...

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Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail

BY : Touring & Tasting | 2012

Bordered by the Chesapeake Bay, and the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers, this region is scenic, historic, and dotted with wineries. The Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail winds through villages that were settled in Colonial times. Here, you’ll find...

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