Tutorsky Mansion

1720 16th Street NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

The capitol city

A travel blog entry by minggaang

... DC is Georgetown. While this part is actually the older neighbourhood of dc, it doesnt feel like it. Rows of shops n branded boutiques big n small, hip cafe n restos on M street and Wisconsin avenue, waterfront new or refurbished even outdoor skating rink. Well, except for the C&O canal, small but antique rows of tiny houses.

Last dinner at Royal Thai cuisine n bar, great food n service with choices of cocktails from the bar...


Leaving Philly on our way to Washington

A travel blog entry by mcgovern43

... bags around or have one stand guard whilst the other explored :) Anyhow returning to designated point we found that the train was late (if it's not you worry - as they are always late), but the lovely man waited then whisked us down the elevator before all the hoards and cattle running began. We boarded a very packed train and had to sit apart - but the lovely ...

DC, train & NYC again

A travel blog entry by wheresmisty


... arrived in New York City just after lunch time and dragged our luggage and ourselves downtown. We intentionally had booked into another part of NYC so that we could visit different parts of the city. It was so cool! Gabe had booked us into Koreatown! Lol! It should be Korea block. Guess what we had for most dinners? We were still within walking distance to Times Square so we headed that way to see whether we could get some half priced tickets for a show. We got perfect seats ...

Day 2 - Philadelphia to Washington DC

A travel blog entry by andrewandtree


... is a last minute special found by tree, down from $209. We have to pay $20 a day for parking which is a bummer.

Final Thoughts: Backstreets of Pennsylvania were beautiful. At times alittle stressful. The Amish are... indeed very different. Roast beef sandwich for lunch lacked the upper slice of bread. There are no coffee shops or cafes anywhere.. we need a flask!


Longest Flight Ever

A travel blog entry by culturecrush

... my window shade and see some amazing night views and sun rises. Unfortunately, I wasn't next to a window this trip, so had 14 hours of short bursts of sleep, achy knees (cause literally, there's no room to stretch your legs) and a full bladder (cause I couldn't bring myself to wake my soundly sleeping husband so that I could get up to use the loo).

I was never so happy to be served an airplane breakfast as I was at hour 13 on my longest flight ever.


This B&B, located on 1720 16th Street NW, Washington DC, is near Capitol Hill, House of the Temple, Potomac Park, and C & O Canal.
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