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Washington, DC Gift Baskets

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Wine Gifts & Baskets
Premium quality wine boxed elegantly or paired with fine gourmet foods. The perfect gift for the wine connoisseur or casual wine lover.

Fruit Basket DeliveryHealthy fruit baskets are fantastic gifts for any occasion. Last minute fruit basket gifts, chocolates, and gourmet available for same day delivery.

gourmet food gift baskets
Gourmet Gift Baskets
Make a great impression with our high-quality gourmet gifts. Gourmet gift baskets make the perfect gift to recognize and show appreciation.
Champagne Delivery
Champagne Gifts
Champagne gifts for celebrating, rewarding or expressing appreciation. Go the extra mile with premium champagne and gourmet gifts.
Send Fresh Flowers, Same Day Delivery
Floral gifts are perfect for sending encouragement, expressing love, appreciation, and the warmest wishes.

Chocolate and Fresh FruitChocolate and Sweet Gifts
Send the most indulgent gourmet chocolates, truffles, holiday gifts paired with fresh fruit, gourmet and more.

Facts About Washington D.C.

Yes, you know the President lives there and the Congress meets in the Capitol Building, but how much else do you know about the capital of the United States? Test your skill with these fun facts about Washington D.C.

  • Washington D.C. covers just 68 square miles.

  • The most visited site in Washington D.C. is Union Station.

  • There are sixteen Smithsonian Museums surrounding the Mall, and most of them are free.

  • The Library of Congress was established in 1800, using Thomas Jeffersons extensive personal library as its base.

  • Washington D.C. became the nations capital in 1800.

  • The American goldfinch is Washingtons official bird. The scarlet oak is the official tree, and the American beauty rose is the official flower.

  • One in 100 Washington D.C. residents are lawyers. (and thats not even including the ones that live out of town.) In addition, there are over 4000 psychiatrists in the capital city.

  • Over 100 countries have embassies in Washington D.C.

  • Washington D.C. residents drink more wine, per capita, than residents of any other city in America.

  • Over a thousand cherry trees encircle Washingtons Tidal Basin and the Jefferson Memorial. They were a gift from the people of Tokyo, Japan in 1912.