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Guided DC City Bus Tour Plus Potomac River Cruise
"Meet your guide at the National Archives Building on Pennsylvania Avenue and travel around Washington DC by bus to visit the Capitol White House and all the major memorials (full list of stops available in the Itinerary section). At each stop your expert guide will hop off with you to personally escort you through the sights providing insightful background and answering questions alon stop for lunch (at your expense) and a shopping break at the Pentagon City Mall. Itinerary During your tour your guide will walk you through the following sights:The US Capitol Building (exterior) Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Dr Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Korean Memorial Lincoln Memorial Vietnam Memoria"""Explore the best of Washington DC with a guided bus and walking tour of the city's top sights plus a (seasonal) river cruise out of Georgetown. This 6 hour tour includes photo stops at the White House and Capitol guided tours of many of the monuments including the Lincoln Memorial
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Arlington National Cemetery Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Board the hop-on hop-off trolley at any of the six designated sites around Arlington National Cemetery. Trolleys depart every 20 minutes throughout the day and the whole loop takes 45 minutes (weekdays) or 1 hour (weekends).One of the country’s most important and highly regarded military cemeteries sprawling 624 acres (253 hectares) Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for many American heroes including more than 400000 military veterans and their families from every American conflict starting from the Civil War. Enjoy informative commentary about the history of Arlington and the significance of the memorials
From $12.00
 
Washington DC Grand Tour
"You’ll see the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Kennedy grave sites at Arlington National Cemetery.After a stop for lunch at the Fashion Center Mall near the Pentagon you’ll pause to take photos at the Capitol building and the White House.This is the perfect way to spend a carefree day seeing America’s capital. On this fun-filled approximately 7 hour tour you'll see the:Step off the Coach and Visit:U.S. Capitol (photo stop only)White House (photo stop only)Grant MemorialLincoln MemorialKorean MemorialVietnam MemorialWorld War II Memorial
From $56.00

More Nightlife in Arlington

Bailey's Sport's Grill

After a day of exploring we wanted to unwind and find a place that we could catch the baseball game along with a few drinks. We walked around Crystal City and decided to stop in at Bailey's. The place...
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Gypsystravels
Jun 16, 2015

Clarendon Ballroom

This is a bar right across the street from the Clarendon metro station. When it's good weather out, the rooftop bar is the place to be. It attracts the local yuppies and is a pretty lively place on...
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leplaya
Apr 04, 2011

By the Pentagon

KATHY SLEEPSOn the way back from our second VT-meeting, this time in Washington, DC, Kathy was so tired after all those drinks and good laugh with Urszula that she desperately needed some sleep. She...
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matcrazy1
Apr 04, 2011

Crystal City's 23rd Street

23rd Street is the heart of Crystal City's nightlife and restaurant scene. This short, two-block strip has a variety of local restaurants such as the Crystal City Sports Pub, the Tortoise and Hare,...
Ewingjr98
Nov 01, 2009

Tortoise & Hare - Crystal City

"Hop in, crawl out." That's the motto at friendly neighborhood Tortoise & Hare pub on 23rd St in Crystal City, Arlington. This great little corner bar has a nice dining area and a big bar, most...
Ewingjr98
Oct 27, 2009

In the Rosslyn Holiday Inn

This is a hotel bar... definately a negative. I have always hated hotel bars, probably always will, until I'm about 60 and around the same age as the other customers. But this bar has one big draw...
Ewingjr98
Apr 28, 2009
 
 
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Carpool - Virginia Square

Wandering down Wilson Blvd one night, we took a detour to Fairfax Drive and happened upon a cool bar called Carpool. From the outside it looks kind of like an old mechanic shop with gas pumps and two...
Ewingjr98
Apr 05, 2009

Baileys Pub and Grille - Ballston, Arlington

Bailey's Pub and Grille is a huge bar and restaurant located in Arlington at Ballston Common shopping center. We went there at about 1:30 on a Sunday morning and they were still very busy. Drinks were...
Ewingjr98
Aug 25, 2008

Chili's Crystal City restaurant

LOOKING FOR NIGHTLIFEOn our third day in Arlington we arrived at our new hotel, Hyatt-Regency Crystal City late. We were hungry and I didn't want to drive a car for two reasons: it's tiring and I...
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matcrazy1
Sep 23, 2006

Yellow metro line

LEFT BY NATOn the second day of our VT-adventures we were left by Nat. Unfortunately we were so fascinating with Smithsonian museums of Washington DC that we didn't find enough time to buy Nat some...
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matcrazy1
Sep 23, 2006

Sheraton National Hotel - room 425

While Urszula, Kathy and Nat were all sleeping in our room 425, Chris and I decided to continue the party. We came back to the 16th floor. Urszula worried about our absence in the room and after some...
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matcrazy1
Sep 23, 2006

Sheraton National Hotel - room 425

When we came back to our room 425 in Sheraton National hotel in the middle of the night we started to prepare for a short sleep. The most imortant thing for amusing folks, never mind married or not,...
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matcrazy1
Sep 23, 2006

Sheraton National Hotel - room 425

Well, we surely found out the way back to our room 425 in Sheraton National hotel with no problems. The elecronic card unlocked the door at the first attempt. You know, sometimes the locks in American...
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matcrazy1
Sep 23, 2006

Sheraton National Hotel - room 425

Nat as always was ready to any help for the rest of our VT-gang. When we left 16th floor of Sheraton national hotel in the middle of the night we surely had to find out our room 425 and do it without...
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matcrazy1
Sep 23, 2006

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Things to Do Near Arlington

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Arlington National Cemetery

It was a hot day in DC so we just hit the highlights - saw the changing of the guard and FJK's grave. If we had had waited a bit longer we could have heard a 21 cannon salute, since this is still an...
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Georgetown

We finished our day in Georgetown by visiting two very different historic cemeteries located quite close to one another. The first, Oak Hill Cemetery, was founded in 1848 on a 15-acre plot of land...
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Kennedy Performing Arts Center

Be sure to go on the Kennedy Center webpage and be on the lookout for free things to do here. Just today the 20th of March I attended a free Concert by Punjabi MC an Indian DJ who combine hip hop with...
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Watergate Complex

The Watergate Complex will forever be linked with the scandal that led to Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974. The complex itself is made up of five buildings, i.e. one office building, three...
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Vietnam Veterans Memorial

This is both impressive and depressing. The sounds get less and less the closer you get to the center of the monument, until you realize that these are people who nolonger exist because of the Viet...
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Dumbarton Oaks

This fabulous estate dates back to the 19th century and it belonged to Robert and Mildred Bliss. Robert Bliss was an American diplomat who had graduated from Harvard University and, while they were...
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Top 5 Arlington Writers

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"Cemetery, Pentagon, VT-meeting and more!"
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b1bob

"b1bob does Arlington"
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Ewingjr98

"Arlington has a little of Everything"
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cjg1

"Historic Sites and Good Hotels"
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GentleSpirit

"A Salute to our Heroes"
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