Alexandria is one of the fastest growing areas of the county. This division of Fairfax County is located just south of the city of Alexandria and a short 20 minutes from DC. Sites such as Huntley Meadows Park, Lake Accotink, and the Green Spring Garden show the natural beauty of the town. The Potomac River is located just miles away for riverboat tours and waterfront activities.
Alexandria is just as historic as it is modern. Just nine short miles south of Old Town Alexandria lies Mount Vernon, home of George Washington. Alexandria also holds the Torpedo Factory Art Center, a World War II munitions factory which turned 82 artist studios and six galleries. Museums are a hit to the visitors and residents who want to explore the history of the town. Unravel the astonishing town and explore all of its hidden and shown offerings.
Commuting is a big part of the Metropolitan D.C. life. Whether through public transportation, carpooling, or leaving for work in the early morning hours, Northern Virginian’s are always looking for ways to beat the traffic. Here are some ideas to make your commute a little bit easier.
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