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Washington DC accommodation

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Hello - we will be staying in the Washington area for a number of nights but we don't want to stay right in the city due to the high cost of hotels. Could anyone please advise an easily commutable area that has a good choice of hotels that is just outside of the city, on a train line preferably as we won't have a car? We were thinking Tysons Corner due to the big shopping complex, cinemas etc - but other recommendations are welcome.

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