D.C. is second-most expensive U.S. destination, AAA says

03/31/2005 | WRC-TV (Washington, D.C.)

A AAA survey found that lodging and dining for a family of four in Washington, D.C., cost an average of $441 per day -- more than New York or Boston and second only to Hawaii. AAA cited rising hotel room prices for the increased cost, but American Society of Travel Agents President Kathy Sudeiki said "pent-up demand for travel" should ensure that the number of visitors to the city stays high.

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