The Embassy Inn

Address: 1627 16th St. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20009-3063, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the Adams Morgan area of Washington DC, is near Capitol Hill, House of the Temple, C & O Canal, and Potomac Park.
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      We got cultured today

      A travel blog entry by judithdirving on Jan 24, 2015

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      ... kind of "dumbed down" but the Rising Up exhibit more than made up for it.
      After some freezing rain walking we happily landed at the restaurant Jaleo which was sky high yummy - tapas of all sorts. We slid on back home for some R and R for the rest of the evening, with colorful visions of Monet and Degas and Van Gogh etc dancing in our ...

      The Capitol City

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 31, 2014

      125 photos

      ... the most famous diamond in the world. It is 45.5 carats and the size of a walnut. It is over a billion years old and has been in the hands of nations across the world over the years. It is now valued at 200Million dollars. Wowie! Honestly there were prettier much less expensive gems in the exhibit, but just the age of this diamond and its history is what makes it so unique. Of course everyone was crowding around its glass case (It really does look like the perfect glass case ...

      Monuments, Museums and Tired Feet!! (26/10-30/10)

      A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 26, 2014

      1 comment, 57 photos

      ... br>
      The Capitol Building was next on our Agenda. We did a guided tour here. After a short film we were guided through the building to 'the Crypt' - intended for George Washington who instead chose to be buried at his home in Mt Vernon - passed The Speakers office the room under the large dome (can't remember what that room is called), the statue gallery and the old Federal Court room. The tour took 1.5hrs and was engaging and ...

      Shelbos raise the alarm and head to the Capitol

      A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Sep 30, 2014

      119 photos

      ... 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 ...

      An Honest Talk About Meetup

      A travel blog entry by browngaltrekker on Jul 11, 2014

      ... on a personal level via other means apart from meetup, my invites were still treated like meetup for a while - very impersonal to a point that a polite, "sorry, I can't make it" was never said. I was doubtful for a long time that the shift from a superficial world of meetup to a more personal level type of friendship was ever going to happen. I have to say it took about 3-4 years before such shift finally took place and it is just ...