Kicking off with New Year’s Eve and going straight through the calendar, TTD never misses a chance to help you celebrate one of your favorite holidays! Dine and dance on Valentine’s Day at an Embassy Gala! Take on a Leprechaun Limousine Challenge on St, Patrick’s Day! Cruise the Potomac to see the fireworks on Independence Day! Party with thousands in a variety of costumes on Halloween! Leave the planning to us as we create strong holiday memories to last a lifetime.
Leave the busy city behind you for one day as we take you to the marvelous oceans, relaxing sandy beaches, boardwalks and more! Pack your best swim suits and suntan lotion as we invite you on a full day to the most popular beaches of Delaware! This is a great event to attend on your own or with friends.
Led by Seferlis’ son, Clift, a stone carver in his own right, you will walk the beautiful grounds and hear of the cathedral’s history as only someone who knows the building intimately can tell it. In addition to an exciting general history of the Cathedral, Clift will tell us of the many mysteries of the gargoyles and unknown spooky stories of the cathedral that are unknown the most D.C. residents. You may never look at this landmark the same way again.
On the eve of our nation' birthday, embrace the American spirit with a beautiful moonlit cruise and fireworks. This event includes one hour of sailing/celebrating along the Potomac River,cash bar, a moonlight view of some of Washington’s most amazing evening sites.
Instead of overcrowding on the Mall or in an overcrowded metro, why not celebrate Independence Day in special style: Aboard a Private Boat ~ Monuments by Moonlight ~ The BEST view of the fireworks in Washington, DC.
At this holiday time, careen about the District (past the illuminated monuments) with your fellow young professional patriots in luxury and style. Have a blast in a friendly but frenzied chase with competing team limousines.
In July of 1789, the French people rose up from the streets of Paris and stormed the gates of the Bastille to overthrow the monarchy. This exciting French revolution began the age of enlightenment and opened up a new world for France â�� and in fact, America, whose revolution around the same time was of the same philosophical and societal evolution.Tonight, we let you eat cake â�� and a lot more as we take up the revolution ourselves and celebrate Bastille Day on French soil in the most elegant style yet!