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Check out the climate diagram for Arlington. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 30° low. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is September.
Arlington: Explore US history from the comfort of your vacation home
South of the Potomac river from Washington D.C., Arlington blends the energy of a big city with the calm oases of suburban living. There’s no shortage of things to do; from impressive monuments like Arlington National Cemetery and the Pentagon to the many parks and scenic routes. There is excellent public transport but the best way to discover this pedestrian-friendly city is on foot or by bike.
Ethnic cuisine: Something for every taste
Arlington is known for its ethnic cuisine. Jaleo restaurant, the Lebanese Taverna, or Pho 75 are very popular. Don Tito Mexican cantina offers spectacular city views from its rooftop bar.
For quality entertainment along with your meal, grab a bite to eat and a movie at the Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse, which features a full restaurant within the theater.
Monuments of American history
A guided tour of the Pentagon is well worth it. Nearby, the Arlington Historical Museum showcases some turning points in American history, from the arrival of Captain John Smith to the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan.
At the Arlington National Cemetery, catch the changing of the guard and visit the final resting places of many of the nation’s iconic figures, including John F. Kennedy and Glenn Miller. The cemetery is also home to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Coast Guard Memorial.
Nature in the big city
Arlington enjoys a healthy dose of greenery, with several large parks. Your vacation home is a great base from which to rent a bike with the Capital Bikeshare system, an affordable and enjoyable way to get to know Arlington on your own terms.
The Potomac Overlook Regional Park has 67-acres of trails with an educational organic vegetable garden and concerts in the summer. Just across the water is the Theodore Roosevelt Island, a swampy and wooded park constructed in honor of Roosevelt’s love for the area’s wild terrain.
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