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SOURCE: Travel Center
Travel Services MyTSOnline is now offering new deals to visit our Nation's Capital for members of this Mega Travel Club.
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) February 02, 2013
Travel Services MyTSOnline, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, is now offering deals to Washington D.C., allowing members of this private travel club to explore the history of our Nation's Capital.
According to executives at Travel Services, "The new deals are phenomenonal. Members need to get out and explore one of the richest and historic areas our Nation has to offer."
One of the best times to visit Washington D.C. is in March for the Cherry Blossom festival and then again for the summer when school is out. However, hotel prices are at their peak during these times (expect to pay at least 20 percent more than usual in the low season), restaurants reservations are hard to come by, and people are elbow-to-elbow at the monuments, museums and on the streets. Washington D.C.'s weather is also sweltering with temperatures averaging around 85°F.
For a southerly city Washington D.C.'s weather gets surprisingly cold in the winter with temperatures dropping to just below freezing. The weather is less than pleasant with rain and sleet being a common occurrence. The good news is that if one does choose to visit during this time they'll have the monuments to themselves. If one is wanting a more secluded tour of the city, winter can be the best time to visit D.C. Although the city isn't nearly as beautiful as it is in the spring, one can count on great deals on area hotels, especially just after the Christmas holiday season.
In the Spring and Fall, the weather tends to be pleasant in the 50s and 60s and it's the best time to visit Washington D.C. if one is looking to beat the summer crowds and the winter cold.
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