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|Streetwise Washington DC|
This excellent, laminated map shows a pedestrian-oriented view of city features and attractions. I have used Streetwise maps for years in cities around the world, and this Streetwise Washington, DC map many times. These maps have been the best souvenir and most enduring guide to the places I've visited. If you travel to DC, get this map.
|Eyewitness Travel Guide to Washington, DC|
by Alice L. Powers, Susan Burke
Get a travel guide that does not just tell you about the features of a place, but shows them to you in vivid, colorful, informative, and well-selective photos, maps, and diagrams.
|Michelin Green Guide Washington DC|
by Michelin Travel Publications
You can't go wrong with the slim, detailed, and well-written guides from Michelin. You get descriptions of the major attractions along with a discussion of history.
|Fodor's Washington, DC|
This is an excellent, comprehensive, and well-written tourist guide to Washington, DC. It gives the information in way so that you can understand your options and make good choices to use your limited vacation time. Although not flashy in terms of visuals and graphics, this book is nonetheless the best "briefing document" you should read before going to DC.
|The Unofficial Guide to Washington, DC|
by Joe Surkiewicz, Bob Sehlinger, Eve Zibart
Unvarnished views on hundreds of hotels, restaurants, attractions, and more.
|The Official Guide to the Smithsonian|
by the Smithsonian Institution
Official guide to the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall, the Washington metropolitan area, and the National Zoo. Provides history and pertinent museum information.
|Washington, DC Then and Now|
by Alexander D. Mitchell IV
Seventy modern color photographs are compared side-by-side with 70 archival photographs from the 1850's to the 1950's.
|Real Life at the White House: 200 Years of Daily Life at America's Most Famous Residence|
by John Whitcomb, Claire Whitcomb
Commemorates the 200th anniversary of the White House with 42 chapters on each administration (George Washington never stayed in the White House). Anecdotes, photographs, and presidential quotes.
|Washington: Portrait of a City|
by Steve Gottlieb
Photographs showing DC in varying seasons and times of day.
|N Is For Our Nation's Capital: A Washington DC Alphabet (Discover America State By State. Alphabet Series)|
by Roland Smith, Marie Smith, Barbara Gibson
Children's book about DC.
|The Inside-Outside Book of Washington DC|
by Roxie Munro
Provides intricate, detailed illustrations of the Lincoln Memorial, White House, Capitol, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, National Air and Space Museum, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and more.
|Washington Post Weekly-National Edition|
Weekly digest of news, politics, and commentary.