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The nation's capital, Washington, D.C, is known for the three government buildings, the White House, Supreme Court, and the Capitol. Named after the first President of the United States, George Washington, Washington, D.C, is one of the most visited cities in the country, with over 20 million people every single year. The city is also known for its many national monuments and museums such as the Smithsonian Institution. An interesting fact about Washington is that it gets on average 39 inches of rain a year, which is more than Seattle. There may be several visitors to Washington, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a large local community. As a matter of fact, numerous older singles are looking for men and women of 40 plus, even over 50 and over 60 hoping for senior dating. The best place to find these singles and many like-minded people is on the mature dating site Flirtmatures.com. This web site is the best service available to those looking for a relationship in the nation's capital. The real question is not will you find someone, but where will you take them on a date when you finally do. Here are three great date options for you to choose from:
- Suppose you are looking for something outside rather than the usual dinner and a movie. Then take a stroll on Theodore Roosevelt Island, pop across the Key Bridge, and you will be there. It is a great place to enjoy some scenery and some private get to know you conversation. If you are up to it and all is going well, you can continue on one of the other hike trails available in the area or head back over the bridge for a meal.
- Eat at the same place many famous legends have in Gadsby's Tavern. The pub is set up in an Old Town Alexandria style like in the 17th century. The likes of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and James Monroe have all stayed here, so that should help kick-off conversation with your date, and maybe you two can make some history of your own.
- If you want a romantic experience that many won't realize can be, then head over to the National Mall in the late evening. It will give you some of the most spectacular views of the whole city. The national monuments look even more significant in the evening as they are all lit up.