Travel & Outdoors
As the summer time heats up, some of the best entertainment can be found during the evening with your head tilted towards the sky. There are some great places in D.C. and the surrounding areas to enjoy star and moon gazing. Here are some ideas.
D.C. is a great place to live, but sometimes you need to get out of the city. Luckily, there are several nearby destinations to enjoy. From West Virginia to Delaware, you will find there are fun things to do not too far from the city. Here are some suggestions for a day trip away from Washington, D.C.
Fourth of July is a major event in Washington, D.C. for obvious reasons. There are several events leading up to and on Independence Day. Parades, concerts, festivals there are some fun activities and events to enjoy.
There is a plenty entertaining things to do in a big city like Washington, D.C., but sometimes you want to get out of the city to have a little fun. Outdoor fun like off-roading is a thrilling way to let off a little steam.
With spring in full bloom, it’s time to take advantage of all of the outdoor activities D.C. has to offer. One thing to consider is horseback riding, an activity that does count as exercise but a large animal does most of the work for you.
As we enter wedding season for 2015, a lot of newlyweds will be skipping trips to Europe and Bora Bora in order to spend their honeymoon closer to home. You can save a bundle by doing a domestic honeymoon.
The beach isn’t your only option to get out of the city this summer. Grab your canoe, fishing pole and swimsuit and head for these lake getaways in D.C. area.
Whether you live in the D.C. Metro area or a visitor to the region, you may be in need of a reboot and the lakeside/waterside destinations near the Nation’s Capital are some of the best getaway sites that will make it easy to put your feet up and enjoy a beautiful sunset over a reflective lake.
Washington, D.C. doesn’t scream fishing, but with the wharf and surrounding bodies of water, plenty of people go fishing.
Only a few top accommodations sit on real estate that can deliver jaw-dropping views. Here are a few D.C.-area hotels with some of the best sights that the city and surrounding areas have to offer.