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Washington DC Super Saver: Hop-on Hop-off Trolley and Monuments by Moonlight Tour
"Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley TourBoard your trolley at any of its 20 stops throughout Washington DC and use your included guidebook to help plan your day. Travel three different routes and listen to onboard commentary on the sights you pass hopping on and off as often as you like. Since the trolleys run every half hour from morning to evening they're a convenient way to get around the city and cover all the must-do sights! This is DC's only trolley with GPS Tracking! You can find the your next trolley arrival nearby trolley stops and there is even a call-in feature. No phone app is required! Maximize your time on the trolleys with the use of this tool.There are three different trolley routes (see Itinerary for a complete list of stops):National Mall and Downtown ( as well as the Lincoln Memorial Washington Monument
From $78.00
Washington DC Private City Tour
"It's a very fast-paced city tour around Washington DC for 4 hours with your own private driver guide who will give you all the basic information about the monuments and areas you will see on this tour. Get even more personalized by selecting a multi-ling Supreme Court Library of Congress Ullyses Grant MemorialUnion Station Pennsylvania Avenue The White House
From $90.00
Half Day Customized Private Tour of DC by Limo or Mercedes Sprinter
"Pick up available inside DC Beltway (including hotels and private residences) Alexandria Arlington Fairfax Bethesda and Chevy Chase.Customize your tour from our list of popular DC sites and landmarks including: US Capital Library of Congress
From $350.00


Georgetown Cupcake: Shopping for a tasty treat!

Since we'd only had salad for lunch, we figured a tasty dessert would be called for. Lucky for us, just down the street from where we had lunch at sweetgreen, we spotted Georgetown Cupcake. Two sisters, Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne, opened this cupcake shop in 2008, which has since gained national recognition thanks to the TLC show "DC Cupcakes". The pink and trendy shop offers a wonderful variety of melt-in-your-mouth (and fingers!) cupcakes. After much debating, my sister and decided to share two cupcakes: chocolate salted caramel the blueberry cheesecake. They were served in a cute little pink box, but to be honest, we didn't look at the package for too long before going straight for its delicious contents!

What to buy They offer classic flavors (mostly chocolate and vanilla-themed cupcakes) as well as daily specials and seasonal flavors. I wish I could go back for Halloween and Christmas!!

What to pay Only $3 per cupcake, and it's soooo worth it!

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Oct 05, 2014

Georgetown: Chic to Punk in Georgetown

Not a particular shop per say but all of M street and Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown offer everything the experienced shopper could possibly desire. From Louis Vuitton knock off purses purchased by the street vendors, to the funky Betsy Johnson boutique, stop in and get a new look for the evening by Felipe at Aveda or, for your kids take them to the local stores to buy funky clothes that would make a parent cringe :)

What to buy You can't go home without buying a "FBI" t-shirt. :-)

What to pay Window Shopping = $0 to breaking the bank!

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Apr 04, 2011

GEORGETOWN: Shop 'Til You Drop in Georgetown

Georgetown is quite a ritzy area, and as such it is home to many upscale shops and boutiques (think Coach, Banana Republic, Armani Exchange, etc.). If you take the train to Rossyln Station and walk across the bridge into Georgetown proper, you will get a good glimpse of the river and Georgetown University, which is nice in itself. Continue into town and you'll be overwhelmed with the endless opportunities for spending all of the money you brought with you on your trip. So don't spend too much, but do enjoy what there is to see in Georgetown. It's a nice place to walk through, and they have some good restaurants there as well just in case all that shopping gives you a larger than life appetite.

What to buy In Georgetown? Fancy stuff.

What to pay $50-$1000

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Jun 30, 2008

GEORGETOWN: Great shopping for Gen-Y'ers

When my daughter saw the Ambercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle Outfitters stores in Georgetown, she wanted us to drop her off there while we did the Georgetown University tour with my son. "No way," I told my 14-year old barely 90 pounds daughter, "am I going to let you roam around a strange city all by yourself."

"Oh Mom," she rolled her eyes and sighed. "You're soooooooo overprotective. I can take care of myself."

"I'm not worried about that," I replied. "I'm worried that you'll max out my credit card."

What to buy Georgetown has a number of trendy stores - some are chains and some are boutiques. You can find a bit of everything here.

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May 24, 2006
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If what happen to be in Georgetown on a Sunday, and feel like looking / shopping a antiques, china, Jewelry, vintage clothes, etc, etc.....then is the place to go. It was strated in 1972. It open from 8am to 4pm.

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May 02, 2006

GEORGETOWN: very good shops, not just high street shops

The whole area around M-Street/Wisconsin Avenue is kind of a shopping district, there is something for everyone. Also plenty of good restaurants.

What to buy elegant, extraordinary art, household items, jewlery, antiques, fashion, cosmetics among others.
Keith Lipert is my favourite store for fine gifts.

What to pay plenty

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Feb 13, 2006

GEORGETOWN: Bring your wallet!

Georgetown is small and quiet excepting when it is invaded by tons of people out enjoying the weather and the shopping. There is some great shopping on its main streets (M and Wisconsin). You can find American venues such as Lucky jeans, Kate Spade, and BCBG. There are also international stores like Bennetton, Zara, and Club Monaco. The boutiques can be pricey, but you won't find these stores just anywhere in the DC area...they are gems!!

What to buy Kate Spade leather pencil pouch, great deal!

What to pay $100-$300 for the pricier things
$20-$70 for your special finds

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Nov 04, 2004

GEORGETOWN: Trendy shopping heaven

Georgetown is chock full of stores for people who like to shop. Whether you plan to buy, or just want to window shop, Georgetown is lots of fun. The old architecture is interesting to enjoy as you go along, and there's plenty of places to choose from to eat at when you need a break. It's a wonderful stylish place to shop and spend way too much doing it. Georgetown is not a place for bargain hunters.

What to buy Especially apparel, men's and women's clothing and accessories.

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Jul 06, 2004

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Watergate Complex

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Dumbarton Oaks

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Kennedy Performing Arts Center

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Islamic Mosque & Cultural Center

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Woodrow Wilson House

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