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Washington, DC Vacation Packages
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Featured hotels in Washington, DC
Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC Downtown
Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC Downtown
Located in the vibrant heart of Downtown Washington, DC, the 14-story Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC Downtown hotel delivers a refreshing blend of urban luxury and friendly hospitality.
3 stars
Ritz-Carlton Georgetown
Ritz-Carlton Georgetown
This luxury hotel is housed in a National Historic Landmark. Created on the site of a historic incinerator building, the hotel is inspired by the theme of Fire. Brick walls and slate floors in the public areas, this hotel exuberates European Chic.
5 stars
Capital Hilton
Capital Hilton
Amongst the facilities count a foyer with 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange desk, a cloakroom and lift.
3 stars
What to do in Washington, DC
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Conversation pieces
The world's largest museum complex, the Smithsonian has 16 phenomenal museums and galleries, plus a zoo. Some highlights include the National Air and Space Museum which has full-size air and spacecraft, including the Wright brothers' plane and the command module of the 1969 Apollo 9 mission, and the National Museum of Natural History which houses a fantastic mish-mash of a collection which includes the Hope Diamond, dinosaur bones, insects, a hall of gems and minerals. Or check out the National Museum of American History, home to the original American flag, the original Kermit the Frog, Fonzie's leather jacket, and Dorothy's ruby slippers. Admission to the Smithsonian Museums is free.

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What to see in Washington, DC
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Temple of Dreams
A beautiful tribute to the nation's 16th president, the Lincoln Memorial attracts millions of visitors annually. The temple-like structure features an impressive 19-foot-high seated statue of Lincoln and 36 columns that represent the states of the Union at the time of his death. This is where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous "I have a dream" speech. Rangers present 20- to 30-minute programs throughout the day.

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What to eat in Washington, DC
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One of the first Ethiopian restaurants to open in Washington, Meskerem remains among the best. Diners sit at tables or on the floor to share large platters of savory chicken, beef, lamb or vegetables that they scoop up with injera, a traditional Ethiopian bread. The wine list includes Ethiopian honey wine and beer. Ethiopian singers perform Friday and Saturday nights.

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