Travel books and guides, dining guides, maps of Washington, DC, Washington,DC-specific specialty guides, Washington, DC relocation guides and guide to Washington, DC surrounding areas, including guides to Cambrige, Baltimore and Annapolis. Featuring top travel guides such as Eyewitness Travel Guide to Washington, DC, Zagatsurvey 2003 Washington DC/Baltimore and the Rough Guide Washington, DC.
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A glossy and heavy-weight visual tour-de-force of Washington, DC's monuments, museums and neighborhoods while also providing essential practicalities like maps and Washington, DC hotel and restaurant information. This is an excellent Washington, DC guide for planning a trip to Washington, DC or just remembering one.
Fodor's Washington DC 2003
A budget-friend Washington, DC travel guide, Fodor's Washington, DC covers the economic spectrum of Washington, DC hotels and restaurants, while also providing information on democratic Washington, DC monuments and museums. This Washington, DC guide also offers sample, mix and match Washington, DC itineraries as well as off-the-beaten path and budget-friendly microadventures in Washington, DC.
Insider's Guide to Washington, DC
A great travel guide to life in Washington,DC, as well as an informative and well-written resource for Washington DC's history, monuments, embassies and government offices. A weighty travel tome, the Insider's Guide to Washington, DC is also a great guide to the feel of Washington, DC neighborhoods, restaurants and nightlife.
Lonely Planet Washington, DC Condensed
By Tom Given
A compact, fit in your fannie-pack kind of Washington, DC guide that pairs down all the Washington, DC travel information, including Washington, DC hotel and restaurant listings, museum locations and hours, as well as brief background information on Washington, DC sites and monuments.
Mastering DC: A Newcomer's Guide to Washington, DC
By Kay Killingstad
This enhanced fifth edition of the tried and true Washington, DC relocation guide covers Washington, DC neighborhood by neighborhood, includes all the information on Washington, DC public transportation system as well as listing and mapping Washington, DC's shopping and dining zones. This Washington, DC travel guide also features critical "To Do Lists" that cover the Washington, DC and surrounding's many historical attractions and activities for children and families relocating to Washington, DC.
Michelin The Green Guide Washington, DC
Washington monuments, from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol Building, come to life with historical insight, color photographs and Washington, DC maps, detailed and marked with Washington, DC walking tours. Up-to-date and practical, the Michelin Green Guide to Washington, DC covers all aspects of a trip to Washington, DC and filters through Washington, DC neighborhoods, museums and restaurants to highlight the best of Washington, DC.
The Rough Guide Washington DC
By Jules Brown
An experimental city by birth, Washington, DC continues on its self-inventing ways and this best-selling Washington, DC travel guide gets business and leisure travelers to the Capital Building, embassies and Washington, DC monuments just as well as to Washington, DC shopping and dining zones while keeping a candid and adventuresome tone not afraid to be honest about Washington, DC neighborhoods and offering practical information like Washington, DC maps, contact numbers and addresses.
Zagatsurvey 2003 Washington DC/Baltimore
With reviews based on important dining categories like type of food, decor and price combined with an exhaustive scope of Washington, DC restaurants, as well as dining guides for Baltimore and Annapolis, this Washington, DC dining guide is the fool-proof guide for eating out in Washington, DC.
Washington, DC Maps
Metro Washington, DC Street Map Book
A savvy Washington, DC map guide complete with color maps and street grids, this Washington, DC maps also pinpoints Washington, DC monuments, museums and embassies on neighborhood maps of Washington, DC.
Streetwise Washington, DC
The best-selling travlel map for Washington, DC. A laminated, fold-out Washington, DC map that zooms in and out of the nation's capital and presents Washington, DC's top attractions and neighborhoods in a clear, concise format.
Specialized Washington, DC Guides
Fodor's Around Washington, DC with Kids
By Kathryn McKay
Cheerfully presented, this Washington, DC guide makes Washington, DC fun for kids traveling with families. This Washington, DC travel guide outlines over 68 kid-friendly Washington, DC excursions, including Washington, DC monuments but not forgetting Washington, DC skyscrapers and swimming pools, as well as children-tempting Washington, DC restaurants.
Romantic Weekends Virginia, Maryland & Washington, DC
By Norman Renouf, et al
Attention to detail and lesser-known Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC retreats makes this an inspirational guide to getting creative as a couple in Washington, DC and her surroundings. From lodging and restaurants to the best place to sneak a kiss on the Eastern Seaboard, this is a great Washington, DC guide for locals looking for love, as well a Washington, DC visitors hoping to conjure romance in Washington, DC.
Tiki Road Trip: A Guide to Tiki Culture in North America
By James Teitelbaum
This book is dedicated to the faded but not forgotten cult of Tiki kitsch and follows the fad that began with an American fascination with the exotic and culminated in a drinking and dining experience known as "Polynesian Pop," complete with its own soundtrack and pop aesthetic. In this guide to the remaining U.S. and international tributes to Tiki, Teitelbaum unearths the source of the Tiki craze and preserves pop culture history by listing and rating the diaspora of Tiki bars, restaurants and sites, providing a glossary of Tiki terms and a list of classic drink recipes. (Review by Shannon Ryan)