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Old 04-19-2012, 09:35 AM
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Default Washington DC Weekend: Spies, Space, and Sloth Bears

Sure, we could have spent our weekend in Washington, D.C., visiting the White House, Capital, Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial. With our 4-year-old, that itinerary is a recipe for disaster. We’ll try that in 2022. We opted for attractions better suited to a pre-schooler’s taste. Our first stop was the National Zoo, which, as [...]

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Two thumbs up for the spy museum, well done, lots of info for adults, lots of hands on goodies for kids. We really enjoyed that spot. I like the picks in this article very much.
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