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Virginia’s Eastern Shore: The Ultimate Low-Key Beach Getaway

Summer’s just starting to simmer here on the east coast, which can only mean one thing: It’s beach time! But, who wants to deal with overcrowded beaches, tacky souvenir shops and horrible beach traffic? For those looking for a low-key summer destination with loads of local flavor, Virginia’s Eastern Shore is your ultimate beach getaway! […]

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Mid-Atlantic Fall Travel Guide

AH, FALL… Colorful leaves, cooler temperatures and a bounty of agritourism attractions abound throughout the mid-Atlantic region, making this the single best time of year to pack up the car and head out on a road trip. As peak leaf-peeping season kicks into gear, I’m sharing my favorite fall itineraries to help you plan your […]

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The Merriest Places to Celebrate the Holidays Near DC

Throughout the month of December, life shines a little more brightly in the DC area. Cars line up at regional parks to drive through stellar Christmas light displays. Theaters and symphony halls host annual performances of the Nutcracker and Handel’s Messiah. Even the White House gets in on the holiday action as home to the National Christmas Tree! But when a quick […]

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DC Day Trip to Manassas, Virginia

  Trip Overview: If you’re looking for a quick jaunt out of the city, historic downtown Manassas in Prince William County is calling your name! From the boutiques, to the breweries, to the nearby battlefield, visitors can expect to find an easily walkable small town with some seriously big time charm. Time needed: 6 hours Distance from DC: Around 60 miles, roundtrip […]

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DC Day Trip to Occoquan, Virginia

  Trip Overview: The quaint, riverside town of Occoquan, Virginia in Prince William County is a quintessential day trip that has it all– rich colonial history dating back to the 1700s, some serious small town charm, boutique shops, great dining and a relaxed, waterfront vibe. And the best part? It’s all a mere 35 minutes drive from downtown […]

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