Posts Tagged ‘Washington DC’

Theatre In Washington, DC

by Nancy Yeomans LG Air Travel Editor Monuments, museums and statues, oh my! The thought of Washington, DC probably brings images of one of these to mind. The District of Columbia is all about politics and power. History, too, plays a big role in why visitors choose the area as a travel destination every...
October 25th, 2011 | Cultural Travel, Extras, Parties, Festivals & Events, Washington D.C. | Read More

Alternative Capital: 5 Lesser-Known Sights to Explore in Washington D.C.

Alternative Capital: 5 Lesser-Known Sights to Explore in Washington D.C.
By Susmita Baral LG News Intern Each spring Washington D.C. hosts the Cherry Blossom Festival that commemorates the friendship between the United States and Japan. If you’re not a local, then chances are you’ll want to make the most of your trip to the nation’s capital! While it’s easy to find...
May 20th, 2011 | City Travel, Tours & Attractions, Washington D.C. | Read More

You’re Invited! Shoot, Busk & Blog—A Panel Discussion and Pub Crawl at Hostelling International DC

You’re Invited! Shoot, Busk & Blog—A Panel Discussion and Pub Crawl at Hostelling International DC
If you’re reading this post, you’re probably either a backpacker, flashpacker, arm-chair traveler (or just happened upon us when doing a google search, in which case, welcome!). But while you might already be a hard-core vagabond, versed in ways to save money on  flights and hostel stays,...
March 8th, 2011 | Featured, Photography & Video | Read More

LG Cause: DC Walk to Beat the Clock

LG Cause: DC Walk to Beat the Clock
As one of the world’s most passionate and skilled night owls, it’s a near impossible feat to persuade me to voluntarily rise with the sun. But during my recent weekend stint down to MD/DC to visit my hometown VIPs, I was presented with several compelling incentives to join the ranks of those...
May 27th, 2009 | Health & Safety, North America, Volunteering & Giving Back, Websites and Blogs | Read More