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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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

The West Wing

A travel blog entry by gsgladman on May 05, 2015

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Sometimes when travelling for an extended period we make a mistake. There are so many factors to consider - dates, places, commitments, finances etc. It takes disciplined organisation and planning to maximise our experience of each place. With Washington, we made a mistake. We decided to stay for just three nights after our epic train journey before heading to New York for our next flight to Europe.

What were we thinking? Washington is a ...

20 Years Later, We Finally Got the Tour

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Apr 24, 2015

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... parties.

The state dining room seats about 140 people for a big event. The mantlepiece in that room was renovated by Teddy Roosevelt who felt that the lions on the ends were not suitable as signs of American strength and had them replaced with bison. There was a great story about the prayer that is engraved in that mantlepiece: it is apparently the last paragraph of a that John Adams wrote ...

Washington Day 5

A travel blog entry by slcusa2015 on Apr 09, 2015

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... docent, Jane, we began our tour outside the building by observing the various marble carvings of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies and the traditional English gardens. We then proceeded inside the building, which had been designed to mirror the exact architecture of the Elizabethan period. Jane then led us into the 16th century-designed theatre, with many of the original design features common in the Elizabethan period. This ...

More about our DC tour

A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 25, 2015


... with a statue of Alexander Hamilton and the Liberty Bell.

Then we saw the Octagon Museum that is in the shape of a hexagon. President James Madison and his wife Dolley, lived in this house when British burnt the White House from 1814-1815. Dolley did many wonderful things while her husband President. Her funeral was the 3rd largest in the city. It was during her funeral that she was referred to as America's first ...


A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 14, 2015

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... contusions on cheek and chin may go purple overnight which could be even more embarrassing. He is however happy that this will save the cost of testing for osteoporosis as this was a good test in itself.) Back to our apartment, a quick freshen up (read - cover slight contusions with makeup) and I'm going to give this restaurant around the corner 1 last chance to take my 3rd attempt at a booking. Success, it is Sunday night after all but I think we got their last table. Well worth the ...

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