Wilmington Tourism & Travel Guide

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Coat of Arms Lounge
3818 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington, NC 2840
Castle Corner Antiques
553 & 555 Castle St, Wilmington, NC 2840
The Expedition Organization
102 Brookwood Avenue, Wilmington, NC 2840
Rusty Nail
1310 South 5th Street, Wilmington, N
Cape Fear Spice Merchants
20 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 2840
The Dubliner Irish Pub
1756 Carolina Beach Rd, Wilmington, NC 2840

Washington, D.C.
The nation’s capital, it’s packed with things to see and do year-round. Washington boasts monuments that are a must-see; cool neighborhoods with lots of shops, restaurants and cafes; and like New York, people from all over the world. It is also the nerve center of politics. Your embassy is highly likely somewhere in Washington. As a teenager, I spent summers in Washington, staying with an uncle and other relatives who live there. And as an adult, there always seemed a reason to return to Washington, either for work or for pleasure, sometimes both.
As the second largest city ion Egypt you would expect it to be inundated with tourists. However, it is much more popular with the Egyptians and the hotels and attractions are aimed at them. It boasts wide stretches of stunning beach and remarkable scenery. Although it is just over 200 km from Cairo it has a distinct feel to it that differs from the rest of Egypt. It is much more Mediterranean in flavour. It is certainly worth visiting for its unusual atmosphere. Fans of literature will associate this pretty town with the works of E.M. Forster and Greek poet Cavafy.

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