Ride a Bike or Have a Picnic at Georgetown Waterfront Park

Since it opened in 2011, Georgetown Waterfront Park has become a vital community resource on the banks of the Potomac. Stretching from the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the west all the way to 31st Street to the east, the park includes multiple attractions that draw visitors all year long. Runners and bicyclists appreciate it as an urban link in…

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Book an Unforgettable Tour of DC on Entertainment Cruises

Entertainment Cruises is a massive cruise company specializing in dining and sightseeing tours. It offers some of the most spectacular views of DC's many landmarks, so no matter what kind of experience you’re looking for, this company has the right boat for the occasion. The Spirit of Mount Vernon is affordably priced and offers a laid-back, casual riverfront tour of…

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Find Serenity at Wat Massage

Ashiatsu massage is similar to Shiatsu massage with one major difference: massage therapists use their hands instead of their feet. In Ashiatsu massage, a therapist actually steps onto the back of their client, holding tight to bars overhead in order to support some of their own weight. This allows the therapist to apply more or less pressure, as needed. At…

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Embrace Your Inner Child at Brew at the Zoo on July 20th

Anyone who thinks visiting the zoo is just for kids has clearly never been to Brew at the Zoo at the Smithsonian's National Zoo. On Thursday, July 20th, the kids head home and adults stick around for a beer festival hosted within the zoo's fences from 6 to 9 p.m. More than 70 breweries, some local and others from around…

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