LET FROMMER'S SHOW YOU WHERE YOUR KIDS CAN: * Take a simulated orbital flight * Dress like Thomas Jefferson * Ogle the Hope Diamond * Pet a horseshoe crab * Touch a moon rock * Crawl through a replica of an African termites' mound * See money being made PLUS INVALUABLE TRAVEL TIPS: * Age ranges for each sight and activity * Hotels that offer cribs and rollaway beds * A complete rundown on restaurants with kids' menus * Shopping for everything from baby booties to comic books * Words of wisdom on safety in Washington, D.C. * How to have a good time without breaking the bank
Table of Contents
LIST OF MAPS. 1 HOW TO FEEL LIKE A WASHINGTON, D.C. FAMILY. 2 PLANNING A FAMILY TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D.C. 3 GETTING TO KNOW WASHINGTON, D.C. 4 FAMILY-FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATIONS. 5 FAMILY-FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS. 6 EXPLORING WASHINGTON, D.C. WITH YOUR KIDS. 7 NEIGHBORHOOD STROLLS. 8 FOR THE ACTIVE FAMILY. 9 SHOPPING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. 10 ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. 11 SIDE TRIPS FROM WASHINGTON, D.C. 12 FAST FACTS. INDEX.
Beth Rubin has written extensively on family topics for over 25 years and has lived in the Washington, D.C., area since the early 1960s. During that time, she has played tour guide to her own two children and grandchildren as well as the offspring of numerous friends and relatives. Her experience and tell-it-like-it-is style make this well-researched book indispensable to anyone living in or visiting the nation's capital with kids in tow.