Tutorsky Mansion

Address: 1720 16th Street NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1720 16th Street NW, Washington DC, is near Capitol Hill, House of the Temple, C & O Canal, and Potomac Park.
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

The big man , the rocket and the white house

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 18, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... deserve a rest after all the walking we had done the last few days.
We have found everyone very friendly and helpful in Washington DC and would come back and visit again. We noticed that there are a lot of homeless people here but they are all extremely polite, good humoured and wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday. We wonder how they survive the winter sleeping in the streets as it is cold. .. very cold.

We head off to Nashville tomorrow for a bit of honky ...

The nations capital!

A travel blog entry by jaywil71 on Oct 26, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

... and they had a special exhibit of all James Bond villains which was quite good. Our Washington experience ended with a lovely Italian dinner at MCafe which was magnificent. Washington was worthy of a visit for the history, memorials and significant landmarks but it wouldn't be every ones cup of tea and you certainly wouldn't need to go back despite our driver hinting at us to do so: 'next time your here'. Next New ...

Washington - The Monumental City

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 19, 2014

72 photos

Washington is unique among American cities in having been laid out on a master plan by architect Pierre Charles L'Enfant and like only a few other cities in the world. Haussmann redesigned Paris in a grand way, but that involved destroying a great deal of what was already there. Washington was started from scratch like Brasilia and Canberra, neither of which I suspect are quite so grand (although I have not seen them). Washington’s great boulevards are named after states, such ...

Smithsonian Museums

A travel blog entry by blacks_blog on Sep 14, 2014

4 comments, 33 photos

... squirrels playing on the grass and eating the seeds from the plants. I put my bag on the ground to put my camera away and a cheeky little squirrel came right up to my bag to have a look in it. I was a little nervous because as cute as these things look we have heard they have a really big bite. Thankfully when he realized I didn't have any food he ran off to find another victim. We missed the museum, it had closed for the day so we will add that to the list ...

CHAPTER 12: Hanging around in the capital!

A travel blog entry by madsandmike on Jul 01, 2014

Well, what a whirlwind few days in Washington. We had to make the most of our time Washington as soon as we got there. 48 hours really isn't much time at all. We immediately got our hop on - hop off bus tour tickets when we got to Union Station, and jumped on the bus which happened to go right past our hotel which was great. We had been in DC for less than an hour and Mike was dragging me into another museum. This time it was the International ...

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