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      Smithsonian National Zoological ParkApril 8, 2011
      Zoo
      • Washington, United States

      Must see: An elephant training session, a giant octopus feeding, and a sea lion training session.

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      National Archives and Records AdministrationApril 8, 2011
      Museum
      • Washington, United States

      Cool fact: The Archives’ collection includes three billion pages of text, six million still photos, 91 million feet of motion picture film, 70,000 sound recordings, and nine million aerial photos.

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      Lincoln MemorialApril 8, 2011
      Landmark
      • Washington, United States

      Interesting fact: The 36 columns represent the number of states at the time of the Civil War.

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      Library of CongressApril 8, 2011
      Library
      • Washington, United States

      Interesting fact: preserved at the Library are a draft of the Declaration of Independence, Lincoln’s first drafts of his Gettysburg Address, and the papers of 23 presidents from Washington to Coolidge

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      Korean War Veterans MemorialApril 8, 2011
      Landmark
      • Washington, United States

      Interesting fact: To make the 164-foot-long wall, a computer-generated stencil guided the sandblasting that carved the images in stone.

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      The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing ArtsApril 8, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • Washington, United States

      The Grand Foyer is 60ft high and 630ft long, making it one of the largest rooms in the world. If you were to lay the Washington Monument on its side in the Grand Foyer, you’d still have 75ft to spare.

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      Thomas Jefferson MemorialApril 8, 2011
      Landmark
      • Washington, United States

      Interesting fact: For the official dedication, a plaster statue was installed due to a metal shortage during WWII. It wasn’t until four years later that the bronze statue was completed and installed.

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      International Spy MuseumApril 8, 2011
      Museum
      • Washington, United States

      The Secret History of History: Uncover the stories of famous men and women considered above suspicion and doubly effective as spies. You know the history, now you'll know the secret history.

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      United States Holocaust Memorial MuseumApril 8, 2011
      History Museum
      • Washington, United States

      Did you know: When the museum opened, the Dalai Lama was the first official visitor.

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      Bureau of Engraving and PrintingApril 8, 2011
      Government
      • Washington, United States

      Interesting Fact: Our paper money is really made of 75% cotton and 25% linen.

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      Arlington National CemeteryApril 8, 2011
      Cemetery
      • Arlington, United States

      Some famous people buried at Arlington: John, Robert, and Ted Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, William Howard Taft, Joe Louis, Lee Marvin, Pierre Charles L'Enfant, and Admiral Robert E. Peary.

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      Dolphins PlusApril 7, 2011
      Zoo
      • United States

      Don't Miss: Get in the water to swim with these playful creatures while observing dolphin behavior and anatomy.

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      Curry Hammock State ParkApril 7, 2011
      Park
      • Marathon, United States

      Don't Miss: On your journey though the park, snap a few shots of the breathtaking vistas; these pictures will surely become the most stunning photographs you ever take!

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      Crystal Springs PreserveApril 7, 2011
      Trail
      • Zephyrhills, United States

      Don't Miss: Snorkel in the natural spring’s fresh waters.

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      WonderWorksApril 7, 2011
      Science Museum
      • Orlando, United States

      Don't Miss: Lie on a bed of 3,500 nails!

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      GatorlandApril 7, 2011
      Zoo
      • Orlando, United States

      Don't Miss: Check out the alligator and crocodile breeding marsh at night from the safety of an observation tower!

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      Miami SeaquariumApril 7, 2011
      Aquarium
      • Key Biscayne, United States

      Interesting Fun Fact: Bottlenose dolphins can live to be more than 50 years old.

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      Pier 39April 7, 2011
      Pier
      • San Francisco, United States

      Pier 39 is located on the northernmost point of San Francisco’s peninsula. From the pier, you can see Alcatraz Island, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, San Francisco Bay, and the city skyline.

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      ExploratoriumApril 7, 2011
      Science Museum
      • San Francisco, United States

      Housed in San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts, the Exploratorium was founded in 1969 by famous physicist Dr. Frank Oppenheimer. It has over 650 science, art, and human perception exhibits.

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      San Francisco Cable Car MuseumApril 7, 2011
      History Museum
      • San Francisco, United States

      In 1869, Andrew Hallidie witnessed a horrible accident as a horse drawn streetcar slid backwards down a steep slippery San Francisco street. 4 years later, he introduced the city to its 1st cable car

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