How To Survive the Washington, DC Metro System: A Traveler's Guide

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With firsthand knowledge compiled by a DC resident, you’ll have more confidence and less stress during your travels around the Washington, DC metro area.

Inside, you’ll find detailed guidance on how to use the Metro, specifics on train and station layout, and useful advice to troubleshoot issues. More

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About Michaela Hall

Michaela is a traveler who loves to write, or a writer who loves to travel – she hasn’t figured it out yet! Based out of Washington, DC, Michaela is privy to a rainbow of diverse cultures, cultural activities, and history.

Her travel website, Awe Inclusive, was born out of a desire to share information among travelers and encourage travel virgins to get out and explore. Having traveled to 12 countries on 5 continents, Michaela shares fresh and down-to-earth travel tips with a growing population of travelers.

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Review by: Cat Whitteker on June 07, 2012 :
If you're thinking about visiting DC and want to use Metro instead of paying for cabs to get places, this is the book for you. Being a fellow Washingtonian, learning the Metro may take a few trips around the system, but Michaela's book gives tips, tricks, and rider tools but lacks photos which would appeal to those of us who understand photos better then written instructions. That's the only downside to this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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