How to See the Cherry Blossoms from Alexandria

Soon we’ll be seeing the hallmark of spring in the D.C. area, when nearly 1,700 cherry blossom trees color Washington’s Tidal Basin in shades of pink and white, with the National Park Service projecting peak bloom to occur between April 8 and April 12, 2018.

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21 New Restaurants in Alexandria, Virginia

The booming dining scene in the historic city of Alexandria, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C., continues to flourish with buzzworthy waterfront restaurants, specialty cocktails and cuisine, and chef-driven concepts from around the world. Increasing trends in creative street food, quick and casual spots and All-American meals wind through the city’s largely independent culinary scene, enticing those seeking a crave-worthy experience.

We’ve rounded up the new and noteworthy restaurants in Old Town and beyond to keep you in the know of the most buzzworthy food spots in Alexandria.

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11 Fun Indoor Activities in Alexandria on a Rainy, Cold, or Hot Day

Minutes from Washington, D.C., historic Alexandria, Virginia is bustling with energy and endless things to do, and luckily the fun doesn’t stop when the weather is less than ideal. Whether it’s a rainy day, a cold snap or a heatwave, we’ve got you covered with plenty of ways to stay out of the elements and inside soaking up Alexandria’s history, arts and culture, learning a new craft or skill, getting active, and staying cozy. Keep reading for 11 fun indoor activities in Alexandria on a rainy, cold or hot day.

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