Aunt Beas Little White House B&B

Address: 3619 12th St NE, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20017, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Brookland area of Washington DC, is near President Lincoln's Cottage, U.S. National Arboretum, Senate and House Office Buildings, and Pope John Paul II Cultural Center.
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    The West Wing

    A travel blog entry by gsgladman on May 05, 2015

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    ... paradise. The national Capitol occupies a 10 square mile space crammed full of fantastic buildings, museums and galleries, parks and gardens, wide boulevards and green spaces and funky neighbourhoods overloaded with cafes, bars, restaurants and shops. Two weeks would have been a more realistic timeframe to achieve more than simply scratch the surface of this iconic city, which is all we managed.

    On the advice of Phil, our knowledgeable ...

    20 Years Later, We Finally Got the Tour

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Apr 24, 2015

    24 photos

    ... the first night he moved into the White House. The story goes that he stuck it into a book and there it stayed for over 100 years until Roosevelt found it.All

    All the stories were interesting, and the furnishing as quite spectacular. I recommend the tour, if you know you are going to be in Washington. Go to the trouble to set it up.

    After lunch (hot dogs from a cart--the restaurants ...

    Washington Day 5

    A travel blog entry by slcusa2015 on Apr 09, 2015

    13 photos

    ... houses the many shows that Folger's produces throughout the year. As well, the museum has an unparalleled collection of memorabilia and other artefacts of era including the first chronometers invented in the world. These intricate machines made possible the calculation of longitude for the first time at sea. On our last tour to the UK, the guitar orchestra performed a piece called 'Captain's Clocks' which commemorated these ...

    More about our DC tour

    A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 25, 2015


    ... is how our president's wives became known as the first ladies.

    Union Station was open in 1907. He cost $25,000,000 to build. The station was designed to look like a Roman Bath House, without the naked sculptures. The statues across the top,outside station represent the building of the railroad system.

    We returned to our room after walking 3.3 miles. Anna wanted to stay in so it was room service for dinner.


    "Hi y'all I'm Lisa"

    A travel blog entry by cam.p.h.white on Jul 22, 2014

    ... she spoke this way because she was from Georgia. Another girl revealed her enthusiasm for Doctor Who and Sherlock and told us how popular it is in the States.

    There was much to see on the drive to the hotel. We had a glimpse of the Washington Memorial and then drove past the Pentagon (don't take pictures, the FBI will get you) and then cruised past a section of the Arlington National Memorial. All of these things ...