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The city of DC is a shining diamond known for its rough edges and shiny interiors, all too easy to indulge in. Whether you’re traveling for a quick business trip or exploring the unique combination of historic landmarks of mother nature, there’s plenty to both see and not see. Get to know every part of the area by piecing the puzzle piece-by-piece, something especially difficult to do for those who aren’t familiar with the city’s roundabout streets and tight-corner turns. Get a ride that gets you out of Ronald Reagan International with ease, booking a private sedan to take things into your own hands or hopping aboard a local shuttle to go simple.
As the proud capital of the U.S., DC is a muggy land of bureaucrats and roundabouts, offering a chance to brush shoulders with the world’s most powerful people at the ease of walking into a nightclub. Experience the hustle of the city by knowing what you’ve got ahead of you, whether it’s a day-long event at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center or an afternoon of sight-seeing. Do so with public transportation, utilizing the DC Streetcar growing network of lines for lifts across town, or hopping aboard the Metrorail Subway for over 90 stations perfect for high-speed drop-offs. Those looking to stay close to their flight at Ronald Reagan Airport can easily get a shuttle by choosing one of many hotels along South Clark Street, the most popular being Crystal City Marriott and The Westin Crystal City due to their instant access to the Crystal City Subway Station.
From the eclectic to the iconic, there’s a lot to experience at the nation’s capital, even more if you’ve got time to kill. Look out at the still waters of The Washington Mall from the Lincoln Memorial, taking photos of the acclaimed marble statue before moving onto the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, all of which are scattered across the massive Potomac Park. Head to the Smithsonian Castle while you’re in the area, looking through the 19th-century halls of the ornate redbrick structure, afterward going on a tour of the astounding museum scene, choosing between the National Museum of Natural History or the National Air and Space Museum. Take a tour of the mother of all attractions at the end of the day, walking through the home that’s housed so many leaders, finally looking forward to dinner at Old Ebbitt Grill, renowned for its landmark oysters and Victorian-era ambiance.