Kalorama Guest House

Address: 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

Washington Day 1

A travel blog entry by slcusa2015 on Apr 05, 2015

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... collection of history and science they have under one roof. From the actual plane the Wright brothers flew in, to the boots of Neil Armstrong, room after room was full of interesting information and items. A very popular part of the museum were the flight simulators. Much fun was had going upside and round and round- and that was just Mr Brown and Mr Leinenga... Next ...

Last Day in Washington

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 18, 2015

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... that idea because it's free. Most museums in Washington are free. Certainly worth visiting but I'd recommend not going after a 20 km hike. By the time we'd finished our feet weren't happy Jan so we caught a cab back to our apartment. One thing I've noticed is that whoever designed half of the toilets here must have been cut off at the knees (ladies may care to look away now if you don't want to know what's coming next) and the water in the bowl is at high tide. This might be ...

ISH

A travel blog entry by victoriasouza on Jan 13, 2015

... We all come from different backgrounds and are going different places; however, we feel and treat each other like family. I learn more at some meals than I have in entire textbooks- this may be up for discussion ;) And speaking of meals, the food here is very good!

Anyways, I cannot help but really admire the people here and their drive to do great things. I am inspired daily by the focus of ...

The Washington National Cathedral - a MUST SEE!

A travel blog entry by stephenshortt on Dec 27, 2014

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... English Gothic style of cathedral, was started in 1907 and took 83 years to complete). There are guided tours about 5 times a day and you can also do a self-guided audio tour. I went on one of the 'live' tours and it was excellent! There is a $10 admission fee from Monday to Saturday but free on Sundays. The cathedral started charging the $10 after the cathedral was badly damaged by a 5.8 scale earthquake at the beginning of 2011, as a way of raising the ...

Monuments and the zoo

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 24, 2014

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... pentagon, which is actually in Arlington, VA. Vlad showed us where the plane hit on 911 and then took us to a revolving bar that gave us amazing views of downtown. We were even greeted by some fireworks over capitol hill, just as a final thank you from D.C

We grabbed one drink and then headed to the national mall again, to see DC at night time. We went back to the white house and the monument, followed by the war memorial. While we were walking down ...