The Prices' Guides to Washington, DC

Washington, DC, Free & Dirt Cheap
By Tom Price and Susan Crites Price
Wiley Publishing, 2010

     The Price's latest travel guide shows how Washington deserves to be called the capital of the free world for two reasons: It's the capital of the planet's most powerful democracy. It also has countless things to see and do for free, as well as restaurants and hotels that you can patronize without raiding your retirement account. Click below to read about this and the Price's other guidebooks -- Washington, DC, for Dummies and the Irreverent Guide to Washington, DC.




Washington, D.C., for Dummies
By Tom Price
Wiley Publishing, 2007



     A Frommer's tourist guide to Washington by a veteran  journalist who has reported on and lived in the nation's capital for more than two decades.


     Insider information on what to see, what to do, where to stay, where to eat and more.




Irreverent Guide to Washington, DC
By Tom Price and Susan Crites Price
Wiley Publishing 2007


     A concise, comprehensive, honest and entertaining guide to the capitalís hotels, restaurants, sights, shopping, nightlife, culture and popular entertainment.




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