Washington D.C. – Episode 50

categories: USA Travel

The Amateur Traveler goes to Washington D.C. with Julie from the Washington TravelCast: when to visit, history, monuments, museums, pilgrimage sites, tours, hotels, theater, neighborhoods and hidden treasures.

News

One year!

Show Notes

Washington TravelCast


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National Mall Map
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Udvar-Hazy Center
National Museum of the American Indian
Whitehouse Tour
Washington Monument
Hotel Harrington
Willard Hotel
National Arboretum (podcast episode)
Religious Sites
Map of Adams Morgan
Washington D.C. Theatre
Museums, Memorials and Monuments in DC
Cultural Tourism DC
Washington D.C. Metro

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.



5 Responses to “Washington D.C. – Episode 50”

Anonymous

Says:

Episode 50 – Washington D.C….

The Amateur Traveler goes to Washington D.C. with Julie from the Washington TravelCast: when to visit, history, monuments, museums, pilgrimage sites, tours, hotels, theatre, neightborhoods and hidden treasures….

fase

Says:

I travel through D.C. quite often and this article made me realize that it’s a historical city with many attractions. I’ll definitly stop and take a couple of hours to tour D.C. next time i drive through.

Julie

Says:

Chris and all –

Possibly somewhat inspired by doing this show, we’re doing a show on the new Udvar-Hazy Center of the Air and Space Museum. Should be up by midnight this coming Friday!

Julie

Liz Cook

Says:

Hey CHRIS, I found this show this morning, listened to it all the way through and now I can’t find a usable link to Washingtontravelcast. I can access an index but then it takes me either to a broken link or to someplace that seems to have taken over the domain. Can you help me find it and or Julie’s work of podcasts? Thank you!

chris2x

Says:

Liz, I don’t think that site is there any more.

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