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America's Best Urban Oasis

When people think of great parks in urban areas, Central Park in New York City and Golden Gate Park in San Francisco frequently come to mind. Often overlooked, but undeservedly so, is the National Arboretum in Northeast DC. One wouldn’t expect to find 450 acres of pristine forest sandwiched between two major DC arteries, but at the intersection of Bladensburg Road and New York Avenue lies one of the most beautiful parks in the entire country.

Out and About: Bistrot Du Coin (Washington, DC)

In the heart of the District, a small piece of France exists within the walls of Bistrot Du Coin. Located in bustling Dupont Circle, just across the street from the the famous Russia House, Bistrot Du Coin touts an authentic French experience with a focus on “good food at a fair price.”

“French, Fun and Friendly.” With a motto like this, how you can you go…

Washington, DC – Market Report 9/3/2009

Washington DC seems to attract a large number of young professionals who are first home buyers looking to take advantage of the $8000 tax credit, as well as a growing number of “empty-nesters” moving into the area for the conveniences it affords. Both groups are drawn by the availability and proximity of theater, sports events, shopping and the many fine restaurants from which to choose.

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