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Generally speaking cities, especially on the East Coast, are trying to control population of pest insects, like mosquitoes, wasps, ticks and the like for the concern about blood and other diseases: http://doh.dc.gov/release/dc-department-health-urges-residents-take-caution-against-mosquito-bites https://www.alexandriava.gov/MosquitoControl Just to ...
It's very likely that there will be mosquitos and other insects (gnats, no-see-ums, etc.) in D.C. in late June. You may want to bring insect repellant with you, depending on your sensitivity to insects and your planned activities. Obviously, the more time outside, the more exposure. Gnats and similar insects are prevalent during the day, especially in ...
Depending on your daily schedule you may consider Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg (J9/J7 express bus to Medical Center, works only peak time weekdays, or regular bus 55,61,58 to Shady Grove weekends), or nearby Holiday Inn. My friends stayed in both and found both quite comfortable
It appears that Langdon Park offers public horseshoe pits. (Found via DC Park Rx, which has "horseshoe pits" as a search filter.) You might want to call the listed number to confirm that they are still there, and ask whether horseshoes are available to borrow, or if you should bring your own (they should be relatively inexpensive at any large sporting ...
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