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We are extremely pleased with our services from Rego Consulting, Rego assisted us with upgrades, assessments, trained us on numerous modules and reporting, one being Jaspersoft. Rego is our go to for small or large initiatives on our PMO roadmap. Rego Xchange is another huge value for us, we are able to provide quick wins to our customers based on some of the workflows, portlets and training materials made available. The level of customer service we receive from Rego is phenomenal. The consultants we work with go above and beyond to make sure our implementations are successful. They keep a firm understanding of our needs at the center of their work at all times. Thank you Rego, for providing us outstanding services, product knowledge and immediate customer response.
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In Washington D.C. the cherry blossoms are starting to bloom along the tidal basin. Whether you're looking for an evening out at One Loudoun (transportation provided Tuesday night) or extending your stay and visiting the capital city, there are wonderful options listed below, as well as things to do around Lansdowne Resort and Spa.
Tour the National Mall
The National Mall is a great place to start. I like to walk it from end to end—from the U.S. Capitol all the way to the Lincoln Memorial. Along the way you can hit various monuments and stop in a museum or two. It's impossible to hit them all. And don't pack a lunch—cuisine of all types is available from hundreds of food trucks.
Of course you'll see more if you get a tour bus ticket and jump on and off at will. Try Old Town Trolley tours, Big Bus Tours, or CitySights DC. If you like to bike, you can always grab a bike from one of the many Capital Bike Shares, or you can get really adventurous, embrace the IT-persona, and enjoy a Segway tour.
Short on Time?
I've lived here almost thirty years. Here are some routes you can do in a day:
A little culture and a little monuments:
Start at Air & Space, and then head to the National Gallery of Art. Grab your lunch at a food truck or at the Sculpture Garden's Pavilion Cafe. After lunch, walk to the White House, then stroll south to the Washington Monument, hit the tidal basin for cherry blossoms, and end your day on Jefferson.
Perhaps this is more your speed:
Start at Natural History. Then hit American History. Have lunch at one of the many food trucks. After lunch, check out the visitor center at the Capitol. Then take a quick tour of the U.S. Botanical Gardens. . . . too bad the Corpse plant isn't blooming. 😉
Maybe you need more U.S. education:
American History, and then check out the
National Gallery of Art. Food truck it, and then take a guided tour of
the Library of Congress.
Prefer museums and monuments?
Chevy Chase the
Air and Space,
Natural History, and
National Museum of the American Indian before lunch. Then check out
the Washington Monument,
World War II,
the Lincoln Memorial. This tour requires speed and agility!
Top 10 Lists
Below are lists of the top 10 museums, art galleries, and monuments. And don't forget the White House, Arlington National Cemetery (metro blue line), the Pentagon (metro yellow and blue lines), and the Old Post Office, which used to be the tallest point in D.C. until the Washington Monument was built. (Fun fact: no building can be taller than the Washington Monument, and it's closed until 2019.)
In the end, you can't go wrong. Enjoy what our Nation’s capital has to offer!&nbs […]
Tuesday May 1, 12PM EST.
Studies show that in the next 15 years, 75% of the S&P 500 will turn over. In the next five years, one in five companies will delist. And the “topple rate” of key business leaders has doubled in the last 25 years. To survive—and thrive—your business has to be out in front, ready to adapt to whatever market forces the future may bring. […]