Moon Washington DC
By Patricia Nevins Kime
First Edition, January 2012
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Journalist Patricia Nevins Kime welcomes travelers to iconic, history-rich Washington D.C. with this thorough guide, covering everything from the city’s vibrant downtown scene to its stately Foggy Bottom district. Kime offers interesting trip ideas for every kind of experience, including Top 10 Off-the-Mall Delights, Fun and Free in D.C., and Washington’s Winning Theaters. From experiencing the thrill of the National Mall to catching a ballgame at Nationals Park, Moon Washington DC gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
What’s inside Moon Washington DC
Enjoy the very best of Washington DC with these itineraries:
- The Five-Day Best of Washington DC
- Cultural Capital: DC Art and Food Tour
- Top 10 for Kids
Discover the ins and outs of Washington DC’s neighborhoods.
Recommendations for the top restaurants, nightlife, shops, sights, and hotels in:
- The National Mall West
- The National Mall East
- Foggy Bottom
- Capitol Hill
- Dupont Circle
- Adams Morgan and U Street
- Greater Washington DC
Take a trip outside the city with these excursions:
- The Virginia Countryside
Patricia Nevins Kime was born in Fairfax, Virginia, and spent her childhood trotting the globe, living in Puerto Rico, South Africa, Malaysia, South Korea and elsewhere. Extended leaves brought her back to Washington DC, often and in 1999, she returned to the area for good when her spouse was assigned to the Pentagon. In her lifetime, she’s seen Washington DC smolder in the aftermath of race riots and rise from its ashes, halt the march of urban decay, and transform itself into a vibrant center for politics, gourmet dining, and the arts. She fondly remembers the days when the Washington Redskins were Super Bowl champs and hopes they will rise again.
A career journalist, Kime got her start at the Jacksonville, N.C. Daily News, covering the city and area military bases during Operation Desert Storm. She has worked for newspapers from northern Virginia to Palm Springs, Calif., and her articles have appeared in the Washington Post, USA Today, USA Weekend, Northern Virginia Magazine, Gannett Government Media weeklies, and more. She is also the author of Hidden Philadelphia & the Amish Country. She and her husband, Carl, live in Arlington, Virginia with their two sons.