Best DC Segway Tours

8 Best Segway Tours in Washington DC

This post details the 8 best Segway tours in Washington, DC, including ticket prices, rules, as well as what to expect on one of these outings.




Segway tours are one of the most popular ways to see all of the sites in Washington DC. Read more »

Visiting the Air Force Memorial

This post is a guide to visiting the Air Force Memorial, including directions on how to get there and a self-guided tour.


For more information on the traditional bomb burst with missing man formation
that inspired the Air Force Memorial spires, read the design section below.



The Air Force Memorial honors the service and heritage of the men and women of the United States Air Force.

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Alternatives to Washington Monument View

The Washington Monument has the best view of Washington, DC. DC does not have tall buildings to obstruct the view from the monument, from which you can see the memorials, the Capitol building, and other famous landmarks. Sadly, the Washington Monument has been closed for years, but will finally reopen August 2019.

That’s a short while away, but in the meantime, we want to suggest alternative places to get the best view of Washington, DC. This post covers the best places to go to get a bird’s-eye view (or as close to it as you can get) of the city. 

Alternatives to the Washington Monument

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Luggage Storage Washington DC

Where to Store Luggage in DC

In this post, we will try to help you find the best option for where to store luggage in DC, including a new trend in Airbnb inspired luggage storage.



Luggage Storage in DC (AirBnb Method)



Vertoe and its competitor below have created systems which find convenient locations for travelers, such as souvenir and gift shops or convenience stores. Read more »

Tour of Old Town Alexandria | Things to See and Do

Home to one of the oldest historic districts in America, Alexandria boasts a heavy dose of colonial charm. But, it’s still a living, breathing, functioning city creating new chapters stacked atop its storied past. Bisecting Old Town from west to east is King Street, a thoroughfare bustling with restaurants and cafes, bars and bistros, stands and shops.

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Washington DC Boat Tours

Washington DC Boat Tours | Which One is Best

This post compares the various boat tours and cruises, including dinner cruises, available in Washington, DC. to help you decide which, if any, is best for you.

Boat tours offer you a unique perspective of Washington, D.C. During a cruise, you can enjoy unique views of some of the city’s many attractions including the memorials on the National Mall, Old Town Alexandria, and National Harbor.

Rather than providing an interesting account of our nation’s history, these services often include meals and music. While some companies offer cruising options during the day, others focus their attention primarily on night tours.

With so many different options, it can be difficult to pick the right excursion for your schedule. Taking this into account, we’ve decided to offer a comprehensive comparison of the boat tours and cruises offered in Washington DC.

Prices range from $25-$40 for a boat tour and $80-$100 for dinner cruises. Read more »