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By webadmin | November 6 2011
Washington, D.C. – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
Nothing adds a spark to family fun like a little mystery, and this fall the St. Regis Washington, D.C. is delighting kids and adults alike with a brand new scavenger hunt.
Armed with rhymes, haikus, and other clues on a St. Regis scroll, youngsters can forget the stuffy walking tours of old school travel. Instead, roam the national capital guided by brain-teasing trivia, hitting every monumental hot spot from the colossal Lincoln Memorial to Julia Child’s custom-made kitchen to the presidentially approved Ben’s Chili Bowl joint. At each site of the 11 puzzles, snap a quick photo as proof of your sleuthing skills before moving onto the next challenge.
A unique way to experience the most notable points of interest in this culturally rich city, the game ends back at the hotel with an array of prizes so everyone can be a winner. Children can plunder a treasure chest of stuffed animals, harmonicas, Air Force One replicas, and more, for a prize to take home. For the most ambitious of kids, cracking the additional bonus level earns a second reward.