Carriage House on Capitol Hill

3rd Street at South Carolina Avenue Southeast, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20003, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of Washington DC, is near Library of Congress, Potomac River, Folger Shakespeare Library, and Tiny Jewel Box.
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    Travel Blogs from Washington DC

    Driving Through the States

    A travel blog entry by reevefamily on Sep 14, 2014

    1 comment

    ... for you. You have to be flexible and expect the unexpected :)
    Very proud of the weary travellers tonight - Neville did a fantastic job driving along all the scary roads (makes NZ seem very sedate), the kids were very well behaved considering they were stuck in the RV all day, pretty much, and I did a fairly good job of keeping Neville from jumping ship, the kids civil and even tried out some navigating.. and we are all still speaking to each other. Result ...

    Washington, District of Columbia via Philadephia

    A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... The Vietnam War Memorial. This one was particularly moving as it is largely a list of all the dead. The Korean War Memorial also had quite an effect as it was statue soldiers moving through a garden/bush. It was almost haunting.

    - The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. A lot of good quotes and a giant statue of Martin Luther King.

    - The Franklin Roosevelt Memorial was massive and a walk through time and differing political environments. ...

    Death by monument

    A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Aug 08, 2014

    15 photos


    Most of today was spent visiting different attractions around Washington D.C. We started at Arlington Cemetery where a large number of soldiers and high profile people are buried. Walking through the vast grounds, we saw numerous headstones of people killed in World War Two, Korean, Vietnam and Iraqi Wars. It is moving to see the graves lined up and all with the same headstones. To be eligible for burial here now you ...

    Three days in Washington DC

    A travel blog entry by kirstyandtom on Jul 11, 2014

    ... wars, independence and World war's etc but it also had random floors with exhibitions like the change in food, and transportation from early to modern America. So it was a really good mix on America as a whole and enjoyable. After, this we headed to the Capital building which was an impressive building situated in a nice area with a fountain outside. This was our lunch spot for the day, which was cool just chilling eating our lunch ...

    USA Part 5 - DC, Philly, Smokies, and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jul 07, 2014

    3 comments, 67 photos

    ... of the historic sites like the Liberty Bell, George Washington’s first home and the building where they signed the Declaration of Independence. A bit of history happened here.
















    City Hall in the center of downtown stands tall, presiding over the residents of this historic town.











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