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Washington D.C. is one of the world's greatest capitals, with exceptional museums (nearly all free), parks surrounded by tree shade, wide array of cultural foods, and colorful nightlife. Situated along the Potomac River, on the Atlantic coastal plain between the Chesapeake Bay and the Blue Ridge Mountains, Washington D.C. is bordered by Maryland on three sides and by Virginia on the fourth. Developed and planned in the late 18th century, the city has since served as the permanent United States capital; the federal district was formed to keep the national capital distinct from the states. It is not only the nation?s capital; it is a sophisticated city with trendy and historic neighborhoods, like Georgetown and Dupont Circle. The patriotic sights and sounds of this city ring throughout the many undiscovered neighborhoods, famous monumental sites, free attractions, and an endless calendar of special events. Downtown Washington D.C features many new, lively restaurants while laid-back cafe's and high-end bistros enliven the trendy yet urban Georgetown streets. Music and arts lovers can enjoy jazz on U Street or be awed by world class performers at the highly acclaimed Kennedy Center stage.
Washington D.C. provides so much to do in so many places. Free musical converts, festivals, world-renowned shopping, and historic monuments, this city offers visitors and residents alike a great place to live and play.
Population (year 2000): : 567,000
Estimated median household income in 2005: $47,221 (it was $40,127 in 2000)
Climate: Washington D.C. is in the northern periphery of the humid subtropical climate zone. Its climate is typical of Mid-Atlantic U.S. areas removed from bodies of water, with four distinct seasons. Summer tends to be hot and humid with daily high temperatures in July and August averaging in the high 80s to low 90s (in ?F; about 30? to 33 ?C).
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One of the most unique aspects of the area surrounding Washington, D.C., is that visitors can hop on local public transportation -- specifically, the Metro rail line -- and cross through two states as well as the nation's capital. One of the stops along that scenic route is Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Maryland, situated within walking distance of Northwest Washington. This community of nearly 120,000 residents offers a quieter, less hustle-and-bustle alternative to D.C., but without sacrificing most of the amenities of its big-city neighbor. Greater Bethesda-Chevy Chase is home to some of the best shopping and dining in the greater D.C. region, as well as numerous hotels and cultural offerings to accommodate overflow from the nation's capital.
Bethesda-Chevy Chase, situated north of Washington, D.C. in Montgomery County, Maryland, actually runs all the way from the D.C. line to the Capital Beltway and beyond. Within this community are the four neighborhoods of Bethesda, North Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Friendship Heights. All of them are reached by Metro rail, as well as D.C.'s efficient bus system.
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