The Nation's Capital offers many things to see that are lovely and enchanting, including:
What woman (even a mom) doesn't dream of dressing up in a gorgeous, expensive designer gown? The next best thing might be seeing how America's First Ladies dressed for their President husbands' inaugurations.
Other objects owned by our First Ladies include portraits, White House China, and personal possessions. For nearly a century the First Ladies Collection has been one of the most popular attractions at the Smithsonian Institution.
The U.S. Botanic Gardens (see top photo), on the Mall next to the Capitol Building, is where Mom can see beautiful and exotic flowers from all over the world, including lilies, rare orchids, huge tropical rainforest flowers, and strange-looking jungle blooms.
The National Arboretum (see photo) exhibits plants that are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes, including cherries, giant hollies, and lovely uncommon wildflowers.
Right along Constitution Avenue are the Constitution Gardens. Covering 50 acres, the landscaped grounds include an island and a lake. These gardens actually border the Reflecting Pool, and include the Signers of the Declaration of Independence Memorial. Alluring and tranquil, the Constitution Gardens are the perfect place for Mom to find real relaxation.
Washington, D.C., area timeshare rentals are available at the Wyndham Old Town Alexandria currently starting at just $88/night, and at Wyndham Vacation Resorts at National Harbor currently for $129/night.
Both of these are located near stops for the city's highly-acclaimed Metro - clean, safe, fast, and convenient to all major sights in Washington, D.C.
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