Like Santa Claus - Travel the world - in under two hours! Today, we'll explore one of the most culturally fascinating areas of Washington, D.C. - "Embassy Row". In a single afternoon, you'll stand at the borders of Ireland, Romania, Turkey, Vietnam, Indonesia, and more! We will enjoy chocolate from multiple continents!
Did you know that one of Washington’s most popular shopping and restaurant districts is also a haven for ghosts, monsters, and unsolved murder mysteries. Join our expert guide as we explore a very scary side of Georgetown.
Ever drive past that interesting structure on Massachusetts Avenue with curiousity? Well, today is your opportunity to get a private and special “behind the scenes” tour as our meetup group has arranged a private guide and lecture about the center. The Islamic Center is the largest and most widely known Mosque in Washington D.C. It […]
Tonight, embrace the holiday season in luxury. First, begin with a visit Washington’s fanciest and more royal hotels. Then, your chauffeur greets you as he/she opens the door to luxury – and the holiday season! We’ll tour four areas of Washington where the illuminated lights show cases the festive spirit! AGENDA: Step into luxury with […]
he holidays are here! Channukah has started and Christmas Eve is a few weeks away! Tonight, we bring you a special history and performances highlighting the seasonal aspects of both holidays.
The holiday season is glowing with lights and decorations. Today, learn how to capture the perfect illuminated pictures to share with family and friends around the world.
FIRST PRIZE: Free Admission to an Upcoming Embassy Gala Time to hunt for the Moon Rock, the Ruby Slippers, Dinosaurs, and the Hope Diamond all in one day? Join TTD at this incredibly popular event. Today’s scavenger hunt takes place throughout several Smithsonian museums on the National Mall. Look for items, answer trivia, get exciting pictures and […]
NEW ORLEANS JAZZ FESTIVAL Like uttering “Beyonce” or “Elvis,” you need only say, “Jazzfest,” to legions of long-term fans, and they’ll know what you mean. The annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, first held in Congo Square in 1970, now draws close to a half million attendees over the course of seven days in […]