Chester Arthur House B & B at Logan Circle
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... west of the Key Bridge on M Street. I had sometimes wondered where they were.
Overall Georgetown doesn’t impress me the way it once did. The posh residential streets are nice but the commercial district around M Street is overly crowded and too full of tourists and the stores, bars, and restaurants that cater to that collegiate and tourist crowd. I’m over that kind of party central atmosphere. I guess I must be getting ...
I've visited DC on several occasions, so I used this trip to see a few of the memorials and monuments that I had not previously visited and to revisit a few of my favorites
The weather was overcast, damp and cold, but that meant the monuments weren't crowded.
I had gone to lunch with an Air Force friend from my time ...
... After a brief cab ride we checked into the Kimpton Rouge hotel where we were just in time for free pizza and Bloody Mary’s (which Thomas and I decided to forgo having never understood the pleasure of them).
We ambled out into the 30C heat and went sightseeing. Washington is particularly easy to navigate as a tourist, not just as it is laid out in grid fashion like most US towns and cities, but also because all the sights ...
... Hop off bus. We think …why not as we had nothing
planned. It was only supposed to be 19 degrees but it was a lot warmer than
that and I’m a not so nice colour of red to prove that.
We saw lots of Sights; I don’t
know what made us think that we could walk to all of them. These are some of
the places we visited… The White House, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial,
... We were directed back to a check room, where we had to leave them. The attendant there said that they could be used as bomb detonators. Jayne commented to the attendant that up until that point, the security hadn't been that intense. He replied: "We have been watching you!"
We then proceeded through a connecting tunnel to the Library of Congress. Most of the original library had been destroyed during the War of ...