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Can u help me plan a trip to DC on a budget?

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This is for next summer. My husband and I want to go and spend most of the time looking in the museums and gazing at the monuments. Maybe a few tours of the White House, the capital, and I don't know what else. I want to know mainly about hotels since that would be the biggest chunk of our money. We do like clean, safe and comfortable hotels such as Marriotts, Embassy Suites, nice Best Westerns are OK. We want to eat good food that the locals like, not fancy restaurants. I'm happy with a good gyro or Chinese place.

So, where to start planning for this four or five night adult trip on a shoe string?

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