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From organic produce to local cheese, meat, and baked goods, these are the best of the best in D.C.
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Every year, millions of people visit D.C., and at the top of their "To Do List" is a visit to the White House, which is understandable since it's a long-standing tradition. However, reserving a spot isn't easy or quick, and if you assume anyone can take a tour, you will be disappointed. Here are the things you need to consider before you even Google "White House tour reservations."
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