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The former railroad stop and small town of Gaithersburg is today a connected suburb of the sprawling Washington DC and a city in its own right. Incorporated in 1878 it sits in the Montgomery County of Maryland. Gaithersburg is divided into 2 parts courtesy of the Interstate 270, with the eastern part of the city being the older and original part of the town. Major employers in the town include the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), IBM, Lockheed Martin and the French multinational corporation of Sodexo. It is also home to the garrison of the United States Army Reserve's 220th Military Police Brigade.
In the original section of the city you can still see the historical central business district called the "Olde Towne" where you will find the City Hall and the Montgomery County Fair grounds. The wealthy locals live on the western side where "New Urbanism" practices allowing for growth have been put into practice in the design. There is an excellent public bus transport system in place to get around the town when your feet don't want to pedal a bike or pound a sidewalk.
There are not many real attractions as such to gawk at apart from the Washington Center, letting the inner child loose at the Water Park or showing off your style with a game of mini-golf. But you can hang out in the downtown shopping district of the Old Town and haunt the malls, cafes and restaurants or head to one of the 23 city parks for some chill out time. The best place to go fishing or hunting for deer (aka macho man activities) is the Seneca Creek State Park, where several scenes from the movie "The Blair Witch Project" were filmed.
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