Next stop, Washington, D.C. and Ariba LIVE 2013. Washington, D.C.’s three area airports – Dulles, Reagan National + BWI – are just a short ride from the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, the epicenter of the Network Economy on May 6-8. Here’s a quick guide to navigate from the airport to your destination: http://www.thecapitol.net/VisitingDC/transportation.htm
There are a number of ways for you to get around while you’re in D.C. Between the Metrorail, Metrobus Taxi and the DC Circulator, getting from point A to point B is just a quick walk or ride away. Bookmark this handy guide to make sure you get wherever you want go around town: http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/getting-around-washington-dc
Whether you plan to do some sightseeing while you’re here or are extending your stay in the capital through the weekend, you can find attractions for all tastes and interests in Washington, D.C .
For the foodie
Here’s a searchable list of D.C.’s 650+ restaurants and dining spots to pique your appetite: http://washington.org/find-dc-listings/restaurants-food-wine
For the sports fan
Tip-off courtside or score field-side seats to D.C.’s all-American sports teams while in town for Ariba LIVE: http://washington.org/topics/sports
For the political junky
Who says presidential dreams can’t come true? Swinging by The White House is just one way you can get your political fix: http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/white-house
For the budget traveler
Check out this list of 100 free (or super-cheap!) things to do while you’re here: http://washington.org/100-free-and-almost-free-things-do-dc
We know you'll learn lots during your stay and have a great time at Ariba LIVE. But if you have the time or plan to extend your stay, definitely plan to check out all the sights, sounds, tastes and experiences Washington, D.C. has to offer. Safe travels, everyone!