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The Holocaust Museum: "The Holocaust"
Attractions by iAgora (29 February 2004)
A very good museum to go to, but you have to have a strong stomach. The pictures and documents about what happened there are unbelievable. The items that they have from the Holocaust are alarming. I felt very uneasy going there but it was a great exp...more
Finding nightlife and nightspots in the Nation's Capitol: "What's hot in Washington DC"
Nightlife by Raymond (13 January 2004)
After living and working in Washington DC for some years now, I've come across a plethora of so-called city guides, most of which are lacking in nightlife fundamentals. However, it is my opinion that I have at last found my Shangri La. The website DC...more
Museums, etc.: "A Playground for the Nation's Book Nerds"
Attractions by iAgora (22 February 2003)
Washington,DC is my favorite place in the world, and I imagine- as a tourist- it's as close to heaven as one can get if one spends one's day- to-day life thinking up anagrams and mentally fitting tetris pieces into tree lines. Obviously there's the ...more
Eastern Market: "Flea market and food"
Food by Miia (06 September 2001)
Eastern Market is the place to go when you want to have a real American snack in an European-style indoor market. They have counters selling bagels, pastries, and cheese while the small Market Lunch counter in the corner sells hamburgers, sea-food an...more
Pentagon City: "Best shopping in the DC area"
Shopping by Miia (29 August 2001)
DC isn't exactly a shopper's paradise. There are only few areas with a noticeable concentration of good shops, such as M Street and Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown and Connecticut Avenue from around Dupont Circle down. To really go shopping, it's best...more
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