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[http://www.wmata.com/ Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority] - Includes a Trip Planner. Type in your departure and arrival addresses and WMATA will tell you the best way to get there using buses or metro. [http://www.wmata.com/ Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority] - Includes a Trip Planner. Type in your departure and arrival addresses and WMATA will tell you the best way to get there using buses or metro.
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*[http://www.textilemuseum.org/ Textile Museum] - 2320 S St NW, Free Admission *[http://www.textilemuseum.org/ Textile Museum] - 2320 S St NW, Free Admission
*[http://www.ushmm.org/ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum] - 14th St between Independence Ave and C St SW, Admission is free but timed entry passes are required. These can be acquired at the museum the morning of, or in advance at Tickets.com, where you will have to pay the $1.75 service fee. *[http://www.ushmm.org/ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum] - 14th St between Independence Ave and C St SW, Admission is free but timed entry passes are required. These can be acquired at the museum the morning of, or in advance at Tickets.com, where you will have to pay the $1.75 service fee.
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We're starting the travel page for ALA Annual 2007 in Washington DC. Below is a rough skeleton of a document. Feel free to add sections.


Contents

Travel/Getting around DC/Logistics

ALA Conference site

Maps

Google Maps

Public transportation

StationMasters Online - A guide to Metrorail station neighborhoods.

Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority - Includes a Trip Planner. Type in your departure and arrival addresses and WMATA will tell you the best way to get there using buses or metro.

Also try hopstop for finding directions and public transportation alternatives.

Free wireless hotspots

Hotels

American Youth Hostel International - 1009 11th Street NW. $32/night ($3 discount if you are a member). Dormitory style hostel. Wheelchair-accessible. Breakfast included.

International Guest House - 1441 Kennedy St NW. $30/night. Mennonite-run. No private rooms/baths. Must be able to use stairs. Breakfast included.

William Penn House - 515 East Capitol St. SE. $40/night. Quaker-run. No private rooms/baths. Must be able to use stairs. Breakfast included.

Restaurants


Vegetarian/Vegan restaurants

Coffee (no Starbucks please!!)

  • Breakwell's Coffee and Tea - 900 M St, NW (Directly across the street from the Convention Center)
  • Java House - 1645 Q Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
  • Mocha Hut - 1301 U St. NW
  • Murky Coffee - 660 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
  • Soho Tea & Coffee - 2150 P St. NW, Washington, DC 20009
  • Sparky's Cafe - 1720 14th Street, NW
  • Steam Cafe - 1700 R St. NW, Washington, DC 20009

Libraries

Bookstores and Infoshops

Things to see and do

Museums


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