Washington DC

Washington DC

Locals know the difference between Washington and DC. The latter is a city made up of neighborhoods, where people live and visit, where restaurants and pubs buzz, where cabs are hailed, hotels are busy and friends laugh. No politics. No power plays. No problem. There’s so much to love about each one of DC’s neighborhoods, from history on Capitol Hill and high-end boutiques in Georgetown to performing arts in Penn Quarter and a 24-hour diner in Adams Morgan. Get familiar with the lay of the land and find your place in DC.



Maryland’s close proximity to Washington, D.C. provides myriad opportunities for employment in the federal government, and accordingly, it has the second highest percentage of federal employees (5.5%) in the U.S. In raw numbers, that translated into over 143,000 Marylanders in 2013. Many federal agencies are, in fact, located in Maryland

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