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'''Washington District of Columbia''' is the capital city of the [[United States]] on the Eastern Coast.
 
'''Washington District of Columbia''' is the capital city of the [[United States]] on the Eastern Coast.
  
==Hitching Out==
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== Hitching Out ==
 
If you want to [[hitchhike]] out of Washington DC toward [[Richmond]], take a yellow subway line toward Huntington station and get off at Pentagon station. From there take a bus 21A, 7A, 7F as closer as u can to the King street, and then walk along toward 395 highway, you will pass a gas station and you can start to hitchhike before you will see a sign saying Richmond. That's where you need to go. It's enough place for a car to stop and the traffic is not too crowded.  
 
If you want to [[hitchhike]] out of Washington DC toward [[Richmond]], take a yellow subway line toward Huntington station and get off at Pentagon station. From there take a bus 21A, 7A, 7F as closer as u can to the King street, and then walk along toward 395 highway, you will pass a gas station and you can start to hitchhike before you will see a sign saying Richmond. That's where you need to go. It's enough place for a car to stop and the traffic is not too crowded.  
  
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[[Category:United States]]
 
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Revision as of 20:20, 10 July 2009

Washington District of Columbia is the capital city of the United States on the Eastern Coast.

Hitching Out

If you want to hitchhike out of Washington DC toward Richmond, take a yellow subway line toward Huntington station and get off at Pentagon station. From there take a bus 21A, 7A, 7F as closer as u can to the King street, and then walk along toward 395 highway, you will pass a gas station and you can start to hitchhike before you will see a sign saying Richmond. That's where you need to go. It's enough place for a car to stop and the traffic is not too crowded.

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