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111 Places in Washington

That You Must Not Miss

Andréa Seiger

Contains numerous color photographs

by John Dean

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-0258-5

 

£ 12.99
$ 19.90

111 Places in Washington

That You Must Not Miss

GUIDE

Explore Washington, DC beyond the headlines. Whether you're a visitor or a long-time resident, go on a scavenger hunt through this beautiful, interesting, and lavishly landscaped city. Explore all four quadrants, into the neighborhoods and beyond the monuments in search of unusual venues, artifacts and art, such as Einstein’s surround-sound; the pantry and kitchen of a great estate; gifts to the people of the United States and monuments to great musicians. Discoveries may be hidden or even in plain sight. There are national treasures everywhere - large and small.

Andréa Seiger

Andréa Seiger is a world and domestic traveler who has lived in Washington DC for 30 years and has worked in nearly every business involved in tourism and hospitality. She lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil in the height of the Disco Era, has traveled thousands of miles on the Mayan Route of Mexico and lives to road trip around the Mid-Atlantic US and beyond. Her travel bucket list includes visiting all 50 US States; every country in the continent of the Americas and all of the New 7 Wonders of the World, the Galapagos, Macchu Picchu and Ankor Wat. She is pretty far along on the list. Itchy traveling feet get her out an about as often as possible, whether on the streets of DC or somewhere else in the world.

John Dean

John Dean is a freelance photographer and video producer, who specializes in photographing people in different environments. He was given a Brownie 620 box camera when he was 7 years old, and he has been hooked ever since. He calls himself an “ mateur" in the literal sense that he loves photography all the doors it has opened for him. He is happy to be working in the current "golden age" of high definition documentary film making, producing videos for the past 15 years for museums and non-profit organizations.

PRESS COMMENTARIES

The Washington Post

"A mini-tour of Washington sights you've probably never noticed"