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The Washington Wizards The Washington Wizards

The Washington Wizards are a professional basketball team based in Washington, DC and were previously known as the Washington Bullets. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The team first hit the court in the late 1960s and has seen its share of victories, especially in what is known as the Miracle Season of 1977-78. However, the sports team weathered some tougher times, especially in the late 90s as the team saw its worst performance streak in its history. Still, the games are attended by a faithful legion of fans and the addition of some new players has only bolstered the team's momentum.

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The Lincoln Theatre The Lincoln Theatre

The Lincoln Theatre is a show in and of itself. The truly stunning layout and architecture is something to behold, and the venue hosts several entertainment events year round. Whether they are seminars, dance recitals, plays or musical concerts, the Lincoln Theatre proves to be a classic and memorable backdrop against which any performer will no doubt put forth the best performance possible.

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Spirit of Washington Cruises Spirit of Washington Cruises

When you've walked through some of Washington, DC's most famous historical places, what is there left to do? Take a cruise and enjoy the view! That's exactly what you can do when you experience the Spirit of Washington Cruises. Cruise on the Potomac River and not only enjoy live entertainment and dancing, but have the luxury of taking in the city's incredible scenery from a completely different vantage point. Some of the many highlights on the cruise include the Washington Monument, Fort McNair, Jones Point Light House, and Old Town Alexandria. While the night cruises are nothing less than spectacular, there are day trips available as well. Reservations are highly recommended.

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Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial

Our 16th President is remembered at one of the city's most popular attractions, the Lincoln Memorial. This iconic landmark overlooks the Reflecting Pool that creates a stunning photo opportunity as both the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building are in the vicinity as well. Make sure to have plenty of time when you visit, as you will want to walk along this magnificent pool and climb up the marble staircase that leads to the 19-foot-high statue of Abraham Lincoln.

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