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There's just something exciting about
our nation's capital, whether it's the national monuments
of the feeling that democracy is happening all around
you. Perhaps the best think about D.C. is that almost
everything is free. There is so much to see and do that
it's important to set priorities and decide on a schedule.
There are numerous national monuments
and the Smithsonian Institution is a must for every museum
fan. It's a good idea to utilize one of the city tours,
as this is the most efficient method of seeing the monuments
and national interests. The Capitol, White House, Supreme
Court and National Archives are not to be missed. Other
stops include Ford's Theater where Lincoln was shot, National
Zoo and the Washington National Cathedral. Right across
the river in
Virginia is Arlington National Cemetery where the Kennedy's
are buried and where the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is
located. Further down the river on the Virginia side is
Washington's home, Mount Vernon.
Footsteps and echoes from the Civil War can be found
throughout the state's many battlefields and cemeteries.
Fredericksburg, Manassas and Appomattox are just a few
of the more significant Civil War sites that can be toured
at your leisure.
After a day of visiting the many historical sites, enjoy
some of Virginia's great restaurants or beautiful art
galleries. For the young at heart there are theme parks
and deep caverns to explore. And for the military minded,
the world's largest naval base is in Norfolk, not far
from the NASA/Langley Research Center.