Kalorama Guest House

1854 Mintwood Place NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20009, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Adams Morgan area of Washington DC, is near U Street, Meridian Hill Park, Joy's Nails Salon and Spa, and Fleet Feet Sports.
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

Rendezvous in DC

A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 05, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... Slowly cross the desert sand,
Went the lonely caravan,
Men and camels two by two,
Destination Timbuktu."
The audience went wild ... this had to be the winner.
As silence fell the old Aborigine man approached the microphone......

Sorry, you'll have to wait for the conclusion - watch out for the Aboriginal's response in one of our later blogs. Hope the suspense is worth it!

All the best for now.

Washington D.C.

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jul 19, 2014

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... s own Oval Office over looking Presidential Park. Acting like kings we made the most of it only to later realise that it was in fact not Emma's room, her's was next door... A housekeeper must of left the Presidential Suite open accidentally. Went out in the evening to explore Washington by night, walked passed the White House and surrounding buildings stopped by at a Mexican restaurant for a pasty-look-like and some ...

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 ...

Day 2, another scorcher!

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jun 21, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... who walk through are reflected in the black granite panels with the engraved names of the 55,000 (wasted) young lives. Of the large number of visitors are only a handful of African -Amer's in spite of the fact that they represented a greatly disproportionate percentage of the the casualties-possibly the tyranny of distance, money,lack of family support,who knows?Along the tree-shaded path parallel to the reflecting pool, past the WW11 Memorial, the needle ...

Gettin' Oriented

A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jun 04, 2014

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... Oklahoma respectively, both now living in D.C.)! We ate some lunch, walked around, and went to the White House. It was a much needed reunion! I also had the chance to hang out with them on Tuesday morning. We went up to the top of the Washington Monument and to Barnes and Noble so I could purchase a Russian grammar book. Words cannot describe how happy I was to see them. On Monday night, I was able to meet up with the stunning Angela, which was also a much needed ...