International Guest House

Address: 1441 Kennedy St NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20011-6824, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Northwest Washington area of Washington DC, is near Hillwood Museum & Gardens, Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, and Rock Creek Park Golf Course.
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    Culture with Nattitude

    A travel blog entry by cubbymorse on Sep 06, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to the entrance to be met by a closed sign. It did not open until 10.00am so I looked at my phone and the time was 9.05 am, ****!  I filled in a bit of time by walking around a big park that is in the centre of a number of the museums. There was this bloke there with a turntable blasting out all these disco hits from the late seventies. Geez all I needed was cranial hair and the loss of 40kgs and I would have been doing the timewarp.   The Air and Space ...

    Smithsonian in the rain

    A travel blog entry by damienandnadia on Jul 27, 2015

    1 photo

    ... rain was pretty light at first but got heavier and heavier as time went on. We didn't mind to start of with, and it eventually got a point where we were so wet we couldn't get any wetter so we just kept walking. We had planned to walk back to the hotel, and that was fine when it was still warm, but then the wind picked up and got cold and it wasn't fun any more. By that stage we were too wet to catch a taxi, so we had to keep walking. The rain eventually stopped but we ...

    Tuesday 16th June

    A travel blog entry by gemmaelizabeth on Jun 16, 2015

    2 photos

    ... to get our bags and head towards the airport. To get to Baltimore airport from where we were we had to get the bus to Union station (it was far too hot to walk like we did before) and then a MARC train and shuttle bus from there. This was really simple but we were travelling during commuter hours so it was rather busy. To be honest it seems that this line would be fairly busy most of the day, despite the double decker.

    Soaking Up The Democracy

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... surprised but grateful to see. Even though I just looked at those documents and didn't go through the other exhibits at the Archives, I still quite enjoyed my visit. After a bison burger at the Native American History Museum, I headed back to the hostel to grab a shower and my back before taking a bus to Union Station for the train ride back to Harper's Ferry. As we pulled in, we saw Jersey Girl, who had apparently made it to Harper's Ferry after rubber blazing ...

    More about our DC tour

    A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 25, 2015


    ... from all areas of the world and that we all have 3 things in common....We want to love and be loved, for our children to be happy and healthy, and to live in peace.

    Georgetown was established in 1751 before DC was founded in 1800. Georgetown is a very effluent community. It was developed during segregation having a white and a black community. We saw the area where the whites pushed the blacks out of their homes. ...

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