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Parchi e natura a Arlington

I parchi migliori

Zoo
“It's right out the door, down the hill! You can hear lions and monkeys from your window.”
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Parco
“Whether it’s North America’s longest cascading fountain or the vibrant drum circle that gathers every Sunday, there’s plenty to capture at Meridian Hill Park in Columbia Heights. The terrazzo walls will transport you (and your followers) from the nation’s capital to a European city with just one photograph!”
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Parco
“DC may be known for its monuments and memorials, but the city's waterfronts also offer plenty to see and photograph. The District’s two rivers, the Potomac and the Anacostia, shine brightly once the warm weather of summer settles on the nation's capital, setting the scene for the perfect active 'gram.”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“I occasionally go here at night, sit on the steps, and just observe the reflection pool along with the Washington Monument in the night sky. I honestly think the experience is better at night. There’s usually college aged adults and small groups of tourists around even at 1am. ”
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Memorial Site
“The view of Washington DC at night from the Iwo Jima Memorial is amazing. Many times, when you see night photos and post cards from Washington DC, it is from this vantage point.”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“My favorite place to do a little hike. It's a designated wilderness area, but with easy trails and great historical markers. ”
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Parco
“Gravelly Point is more of a locals thing but its worth a mention. Its a park right along the Potomac River just north of Reagan National Airport. Its a fun place to have a watch the planes take off and land. Folks usually bring a blanket (and maybe a picnic) and watch as the planes fly a few hundred feet directly overhead. ”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is located in West Potomac Park next to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., United States.[1] It covers four acres and includes the Stone of Hope, a granite statue of Civil Rights Movement leader Martin Luther King carved by sculptor Lei Yixin. The inspiration for the memorial design is a line from King's "I Have A Dream" speech: "Out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope." The memorial opened to the public on August 22, 2011, after more than two decades of planning, fund-raising, and construction. A ceremony dedicating the memorial was scheduled for Sunday, August 28, 2011, the 48th anniversary of the "I Have a Dream" speech that Martin Luther King Jr. delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 1963[6] but was postponed until October 16 (the 16th anniversary of the 1995 Million Man March on the National Mall) due to Hurricane Irene.[7][8][9] Although this is not the first memorial to an African American in Washington, D.C., King is the first African American honored with a memorial on or near the National Mall and only the fourth non-President to be memorialized in such a way. The King Memorial is administered by the National Park Service.”
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Parchi giochi

Parco
“Playground, baseball field, basketball and tennis courts are open to the public year-round during daylight hours. Outdoor pool is open between Memorial Day and Labor Day though requires a pass.”
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Parco
“A perfect spot to wander around with your coffee in the morning or a (clandestine) glass of wine after dinner. ”
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Playground
“This looks like a kiddie park, but don't be fooled. It's also the entrance to miles and miles of kick ass trails. Runners and lollygaggers beware. Cyclists will run you down. ”
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Galleria d'arte
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Basketball Court
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Sentieri

Trail
“Four Mile Run trail runs behind the building for biking, walking, and running.”
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Trail
“The Custis Trail is a paved running, walking, or biking trail that runs east-west. You can get there easily by going just over a block north on Lincoln St. or Quincy St. to the north side of I-66, where you will see the path to get on the trail.”
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Trail
“We are three blocks from the trail that connects Arlington. It can take you into DC, Mt Vernon, or out to Loudoun vineyards.”
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Tourist Information Center
“The C & O canal tow path has been converted into a 180 miles bike path from Georgetown to Cumberland, MD. Great for biking without cars along the lovely Potomac River.”
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Trail
“Just a block away from us, Long Branch Nature Center connects to nice walking and biking paths. ”
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Trail
“This is a bike path which runs from Washington, DC to the far suburbs of Virginia, totaling 46 miles. Good for biking, running and walking.”
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Trail
“Great trail for running, walking, or biking! Connects in with a variety of other trails, too.”
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