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Old Town is in a category all it's own. It offer shops of all kinds and a couple of chain stores, but mostly has a wonderful old town feel to it. I enjoy eating in the restaurants and taverns. I like the yarn shop and...More
Old Town Alexandria, Virginia - Alexandria is a quaint historic town in Northern Virginia just on the other side of the Potomac River from Washington, DC. Dating back to 1749, Alexandria’s riverfront was an important colonial port during the colonial, Revolutionary, and Civil War periods....More
Old Towne is a great place to spend time. The restaurants are diverse and delightful. The shops are unique. The waterfront is under renovation and it will be great. There's always something to do or see in the area. The Torpedo Factory is great if...More
There are so many things to see in Washington DC...the Smithsonians, the monuments, the Capitol, the White House, Ford's Theater, The Mall. Just outside of DC, and a quick subway ride on the Blue or Yellow Line, is Old Town Alexandria. It's famed King Street...More
Old Town is a great walking experience, fun shops great food and a wonderful people watching venue!
King Street is the main thoroughfare but don’t be afraid to get a couple blocks off it!
A couple favorite places like Bilbo Baggins, Myron Mixons, La Portas...More
Old town is full of historic homes, quaint shops, excellent restaurants, an arts center (The Torpedo Factory -- go to learn the history), parks and a chance to take a cruise on the Potomac River. On weekends you may find an acapella group or a...More
I really enjoyed walking up and down King street, there is alot of unique shops and some great places to dine. There is a free trolley that goes up and down the street and stop at stops every 15 min. It was a great place...More