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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Can’t Miss History in Boston

In a city as full of historical sites and famous events as Boston, it can be hard to pick and choose what to see, particularly if you are in town for a short time on business or staying in furnished apartments. We’ve curated a special trip, consisting of pre-revolutionary and revolutionary locations, to give you the opportunity to visit these oft-overlooked historical gems.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Churchill Living: Spotlight on DC Apartments for Every Need

Many people have preconceived notions about what a furnished rental apartment looks like. Often these mistaken ideas involve low-quality furnishings, lack of aesthetic vision, and little to no community involvement. Churchill Living in Washington DC wants to correct those misconceptions by highlighting three select apartments currently available. These apartments haven’t been cherry picked, and aren’t “one-offs.” These are what furnished or temporary apartment rentals can and should be.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Fun Activities for Winter in Washington DC

There may not be snow on the ground, but there is a certain chill in the air, and gloves are in every shop window. It’s winter in DC, and you can’t stay in your apartment or furnished rental until April. Here are the best winter in Washington activities to keep you active and entertained until the sun and the warm weather return.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Hidden Gems of DC

It’s easy to take a tour of Washington, D.C. Historical tour? Sure! Political tour? Absolutely. Artistic or museum tour? Right this way! But what are the destinations that only insiders and locals know about? This is your guide to the less well known, but very exciting destinations in DC.

Monday, December 19, 2016

2017 Best Places To Travel for Business

2017’s Best Places for Business Travelers U.S. employees take more than 488 million business trips every year – an average of 1.3 million trips every day. And they’re traveling all over – from major hubs like New York and San Francisco to smaller cities and towns across the country. Projected spending on business travel for 2016 was $318.9 billion.

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