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Expo Brochure 2013

Expo Brochure 2013

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Expo Brochure 2013- Washington DC
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Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
WASHINGTON, DC
powertrainexpo.com
ATRA
 
DC
POWERTRAIN
SEPTEMBER 19-22
Hosted by 
 
2013
 T  a  k  e    Y  o  u  r    S  h  o  p  t  o    t  h  e    T  o  p  ! 
 
WASHINGTON DC
DC
TIP
The U.S. Capitol is open to thepublic for tours Monday throughSaturday. Tours are conductedfrom 8:50 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Toursare free, but tickets are required.To guarantee availability, youshould reserve your tour inadvance online at visitthecapitol.gov or through your U.S.representative or senator.
In Washington, DC, you’ll enjoy access tofascinating, FREE attractions and historicsights. Touch a moon rock, marvel at theHope Diamond, view Dorothy’s Ruby Redslippers or explore Native American cultureat the Smithsonian Institution’s fifteenWashington, DC area facilities. Discovertreasures like the Gutenberg Bible at theLibrary of Congress, the only da Vincipainting in North America at the NationalGallery of Art and historic documents likethe Declaration of Independence at theNational Archives.Away from these celebrated federal sites,Washington, DC unwinds into a fascinatingnetwork of neighborhoods where visitorsdiscover trendy boutiques, hip bars andrestaurants, plus art galleries, historichomes and lush parks and gardens.Shoppers love the store-lined streets ofGeorgetown, while jazz music fans won’twant to miss a trip to U Street, where DukeEllington played his first notes. The city’sinternational character shines throughin its Adams Morgan and Dupont Circleneighborhoods, two prime destinations foreclectic dining and nightlife and the historiccenter of the city’s embassy community.The arrival of several new eaterieshas made the nation’s capital a primedestination for dining out, with manyof the city’s top tables located in thedowntown Penn Quarter neighborhood.DC is also earning new recognition asa thriving performing arts town, with 65professional theatre companies basedin the metropolitan area presenting edgyworld premieres and celebrated Broadwaymusicals throughout the year.Thanks to DC’s pedestrian-friendly streetsand its safe, efficient public transportationsystem—including Metrorail and the hip,new Circulator bus—it’s easy to get fromyour hotel to Washington, DC’s attractions.Celebrate your pride in America by visitingour dynamic capitol and attending
ATRA’sPowertrain Expo!
September 19-22, 2013Washington, DCATRA Powertrain Expo
 
powertrainexpo.com3Sponsored by GEARS Magazine
 
Join us Saturday evening as the city calms down from the hustleand bustle of the day, the monuments shine brightly under themagical glow of the moon, creating the best photo-ops for you tocatch that perfect shot. See the city in a different light as you visitDC’s most famous monuments: the
White House, US Capitol,World War II Memorial, National Mall, Smithsonian, WashingtonMonument, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam & Korean War Memroials,the new MLK Memorial
and more!
GROUP TOUR
Saturday, September 21
DISCOVER 
DC
 
TRAVEL INFORMATION
HOTEL
Washington Marriott Wardman Park2660 Woodley RoadWashington, DC 20008(800) 228-9290
Room Rate:
$189 |
Cut-off Date:
August 27
AIRPORTS & TRANSPORTATION
The hotel does not offer free shuttle service. Please note that there isa Metro Subway station within steps of the hotel lobby.There are 3 major airports nearby:
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport-DCA
7milesaway30minutesubwayride
Washington Dulles International Airport-IAD
24milesaway1hoursubwayride
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport-BWI
34milesawayNosubway

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