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In Their Footsteps Suffrage Walking Tour

In Their Footsteps Suffrage Walking Tour
Duration:
2 hours
From:
USD 10.00
Through imagery and visits to key locations in the DC area, gain an understanding of the suffragist struggle for equality and the right to vote. The American woman suffrage movement is recognized as officially starting in 1848, at the Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention in New York. Over the next 72 years, generations of activist women (and men) worked tirelessly until the 19th Amendment was adopted. It took the efforts of a wide range of women, from the most radical advocates of male and female equality, to women who saw the right to vote as necessary to more effectively advocate for moral and social reform. Their efforts to succeed set the stage for grassroots efforts to come, proving that determined citizens can achieve change.

Admission to Washington DC Newseum

Admission to Washington DC Newseum
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At the Newseum in Washington DC, immerse yourself in the culmination of five centuries of news history with up-to-date technology and hands-on exhibits. Explore seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services in a unique environment that takes you behind the scenes to see how and why news is made. <span class='vSpecial'><p>
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Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) Car Rental


Welcome to the car rental Washington Dulles Airport information page with information on Washington Dulles Airport car rental options, including which side do you drive on, transmission types, local Washington driving stress, licences, and more. You may also compare your Washington Dulles Airport car rental options and search for the best available Washington car rental rates in the search box below.


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Washington Dulles Airport Car Rental Desk Locations

Courtesy telephones for car rentals can be found in the ground transportation centre on the lower level of the main terminal at the IAD Washington Dulles International Airport. Shuttle buses, leaving from outside the terminal building, take passengers to pick up their car.


Be aware that there are toll roads adjacent to the IAD Washington Dulles International Airport. Ask your car rental agent for details and the choice of selecting automatic pre-billing for convenience sake.


Washington Dulles Airport Car Rental Companies

Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Thrifty


Washington Driving Information


 
Driving is on the right side of the road.


 
All Washington Dulles Airport rental cars are automatic transmission.


 
Your local drivers' licence is required.


An International Drivers' Permit (or IDP) may be required, especially if your local drivers' licence is in a language other than the local language (you may inquire when you pick up your car).


 
Washington Driving Stress Level: 5/10

Parking in central Washington is at a premium and the daily rush hours make driving quite difficult. The public transportation system is good, however, so there is little need to drive in this part of the city. Outside of the area driving is straightforward and pleasant, and a great way to explore this sprawling city.


There are no municipal parking lots in downtown Washington and only a number of office buildings and large hotels feature parking areas. These are usually private or pricey. Most of the main attractions in Washington do not feature parking areas, but free parking spaces can be found along Jefferson Drive, Madison Drive and Ohio Drive, though these fill up quickly. Metered street parking is often the easiest option when parking in the city and it becomes cheaper the further the walking distance from the centre.


 


Washington Dulles Airport Car Rental Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends a Washington Dulles Airport car rental.

If you are planning to spend some time in the regional area then renting a vehicle is a convenient option.



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Last Updated: 12 Mar 2017