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African American Heritage ToursWashington DC Travel

The footpath for the events on August 28, 1963 was laid by A. Philipp Randolph and thousands of African Americans in 1941. The war effort for World War 2 was going full force. The work in factories across American were going 24 hours a day and African Americans were being denied opportunities to work in…

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Martin Luther King Memorial

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The Martin Luther King Memorial was dedicated October 16, 2011. The statue of Dr. King is embedded in what is called the Stone of Hope. The statue of Dr. King weighs 1600 metric tons of granite. The phase Stone of Hope comes from Dr.King’s speech “I have a Dream.” The three larger structures in the…

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Arlington National Cemetery Section 60

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Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery is where some of the men and women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are laid to rest. I decided to visit this section not only to pay my respects but to find exactly where it is so I could take my groups there. I have been to Arlington thousands…

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Visiting Washington DC with Groups

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Every year 22 million visitors come to Washington DC. The spring is perhaps the busiest time of the year for school groups. If you can the fall would be better for your school than the spring for several different reasons. There are less people. Second, hotel rates and airline rates are cheaper .It is much…

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Tour Guides and Groups

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A step on guide is a person who gets on a bus to give a tour to people he or she does not know. I am a step on guide. As a step on guide you never know what kind of group you will get. Some groups are great. The great groups usually are people…

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Custom Trips Are the Way To Go

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If you are looking to come to Washington DC in the near future, there are a few ways you can visit the city. You may choose to see the city on your own. This can be fun and it can be frustrating at the same time, especially if you want to see certain attractions or…

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