Many visitors to Washington,
including AAO members,
are eager to partake of the
city’s many fine dining
options. For a quick introduction
to the top-rated
restaurants, Dr. Maleki
recommends reviewing the
Washington Post 2017
Fall Dining Guide (available
online at washingtonpost.com/dc-restaurants-guide-fall-2017).
Topping the list of restaurants is the revered Inn at Little Washington.
Located in Washington, Virginia about 90 miles from the
nation’s capital, the restaurant features gourmet cuisine. Other
restaurants on the Top 10 list are located in or near Washington,
D.C., including some near the Convention Center. In addition, the
Post offers a Top 10 List of “Cheap Eats” restaurants for those
seeking fare that is simpler, but still of high quality.
Catch a Washington Nationals Game
During Annual Session
The Washington Nationals Major League Baseball team will have
home games (vs. Philadelphia Phillies) on May 4, 5 and 6 during
the 2018 Annual Session. Annual Session registrants will have
access to tickets at discounts of 17 to 20 percent, depending
on the game. Watch the eBulletin in February for a link and code
to purchase discounted tickets.
14 The Practice Management Bulletin
AAO Tours Coming Soon
In conjunction with the 2018 Annual Session, the AAO will offer
tours of many popular Washington, D.C. attractions. Watch the
eBulletin in late December for an announcement that AAO Tours
registration has opened.
Enjoy Washington, D.C.’s Mix of
Traditional and New Attractions
Bring Your Family to Annual Session
“Camp AAO” returns to the 2018 Annual Session, offering
high-quality childcare services on-site at the convention
center for children from ages 6 months to 12 years.
Children participate in age-appropriate activities including
arts and crafts, active games and more in a safe, nurturing
Young people who are age 6 and older have the option to
participate in the Camp AAO youth tour program, accompanied
by chaperones from ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements
Inc., which manages Camp AAO. Youth tours will
include afternoons at the Madame Tussaud Wax Museum,
the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, the
Smithsonian National Zoo and the Smithsonian National
Museum of American History.
Visit aaoinfo.org/meetings/2018-annual-session to access
Camp AAO registration.
Immerse yourself in the tradecraft,
history, and contemporary role of
espionage at the the International
Spy Museum, featuring the largest
collection of international espionage
artifacts ever publicly displayed. The
museum’s many interactive exhibits
include “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of
The giant panda Mei Xiang lives at the Smithsonian National Zoo. The Camp AAO
(Annual Session child care) youth tour program includes an afternoon at the zoo.
Photo courtesy of Smithsonian’s National Zoo.
Photos courtesy of International Spy Museum.
continued from page 13