Item description for The Shopper's Guide to Washington, DC: Where to Find the Best of Everything (Hometown Guides) by Karen Ertel...
The Shopper's Guide to Washington, D.C. is an insider's adventure guide to shopping that makes you say "wow!" Based on exploration, a network of sources, and personal missions, two long-time Washingtonians guide residents and visitors to the best shopping in Washington. Categories include: gourmet and ethnic food; beer, wine and spirits; unique clothing; consignment shops; jewelry; cosmetics; perfume; vitamins; toys; games; hobby stores; cameras; stereos and televisions; computers; furniture and home accessories; garden supplies; musical instruments; CDs and records; sporting goods; books. The authors also include a list of their top ten favorite stores and provide information about what else the neighborhoods offer where their favorite shops are located, so a shopping trip can become a full outing.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Publisher Capital Books
ISBN 1931868840 ISBN13 9781931868846
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More About Karen Ertel
Karen Ertel is a writer, editor, attorney and shopping maven whose out-of-town friends have learned that visiting Washington isn t about monuments and museums; it s about where she ll take them in between the occasional tourist stop. Karen is a member of the Virginia and Florida bars and the author of a guide for employers on the Americans with Disabilities Act. Stephen and Karen live with their two children in Vienna, Virginia.Stephen Koff is the Washington bureau chief of the Cleveland Plain Dealer where he directs the newspaper s coverage of the nation s capital and national political affairs. Besides assigning and editing a staff of reporters, he helps cover the White House, presidential and congressional politics, and regulatory agencies. With more than 20 years in journalism, his reporting experiences have ranged from the light-hearted (judging ice cream) to the serious and tragic (9/11). He plays bass guitar in the geezer-rock band "Free Radicals."
Karen Ertel currently resides in Vienna, in the state of Virginia.