Washington, D.C. With Kids by Barbara Pape
(Open Road's Washington, DC with Kids)

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A visitor's guide to Washington DC, covering sights and activities which are geared to children and families. The authors, who are long-time residents of Washington DC, take readers to the usual haunts too, including the White House, Capitol, Smithsonian Museum, the Washington Monument, Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, plus many little-known spots, playgrounds and parks. There are also detailed listings of family-friendly hotels and restaurants, along with information on how to avoid long queues, free family concerts at the Kennedy Center, and money-saving tips.
 

About Barbara Pape

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Barabara Pape and Michael Calabrese are a husband-wife writing team who lives in Chevy Chase, MD and are also the authors of Open Road's Washington, DC With Kids. When not writing travel guides, they work on political and educational issues in Washington, DC. Calabrese has published in and worked on political, education and economic issues.
 
Published June 18, 2002 by Open Road. 288 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel. Non-fiction