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, C & O Canal, House of the Temple, and Potomac Park.
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Culture with Nattitude

A travel blog entry by cubbymorse on Sep 06, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... all you eat and drink buffet, and, in seat complimentary service during the game, I was determined to give this a nudge. The buffet was pretty good but the in seat service was outstanding, I was seated next to a rather rotund man (even more rotund than myself, much more rotund), his introduced himself as Don. Don was there with another mate of his but he chewed my ear off for the entire game, but he was a nice friendly man, and it was funny to see him knock back the ...

Final days in DC

A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Jun 17, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

Got monuments? D.C. certainly does, and we mean to explore every one we possibly can! Washington Monument – that graceful and proud monolith we've all seen a zillion times, but you never really SEE it until you stand at its base. Each wall is 53ft in length, and it sits atop a circular concrete pad entirely surrounded by 50 large American flags. From its base is a view one direction ...

Monday 15th June

A travel blog entry by gemmaelizabeth on Jun 15, 2015

3 photos

... of major movements that changed America to what it is today. However, to be fair, they are building another wing which will almost double the size of the museum so I am sure there will be a lot more to view when it opens.

Next was the Natural History Museum. This is much more up my street (dinosaurs are cool ok). Although, this was no where near as big as the one in London and most of the exhibitions were ...

More about our DC tour

A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 25, 2015


... at he battle of Iwo Jima.

We passed the living memorial for John F Kennedy that was built in 1967. The Kennedy's enjoyed the performing arts and the The Kennedy Center is for others to develop a love for the same.

We saw the Eisenhower Building, the US State Building for foreign policy, the Thurgood Marshall, US Supreme Court building and the Blair House. We also the Federal Reserve Building and the ...

39th Annual Marine Corps Marathon Weekend

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Oct 26, 2014

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... fall colors, the cemetery was even more beautiful and it always amazes me how the marble headstones are lined up so perfectly. As I wandered down the rows, I couldn't help but be impressed by the wide variety of names on the markers. If there is anything that showcases the diversity of not only our nation, but that of our Armed Forces, it is ...

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