The Reid Flats

Address: 226 Kentucky Ave SE, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20003, United States | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of Washington DC, is near Segs in the City, Eastern Market, The Sunset Parade, and Potomac River.
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

Washington, a city of monuments

A travel blog entry by sirencall183 on May 12, 2015

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... br> The next morning, after a quick coffee stop we did the open bus tour to get a sense of the layout of the city. We had very well-informed guides which made it a worthwhile choice.



































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A Stroll Through Obama's Yard

A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Apr 25, 2015

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... got a small breakfast. I got a breakfast panini with eggs, bacon, and cheddar cheese on sourdough bread and a "frou-frou" caramel latte. It was a good way to start the day.

We parked in view of the Washington Monument and walked down the street to the Holocaust Museum. The line to buy tickets was intimidating at first, considering it wound all the way down the alley next to the building and a bit down the main street at its end. But it went fast, since they ...

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by joemurphy on Apr 12, 2015

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... a Panda in the flesh! Very exciting. We saw lots of other animals as well of course. After the morning tours and walking all around the zoo we clocked up a lot of walkings hours. About 13km actually. So we gave our feet a rest later in the afternoon and watched some American cable before heading out to a noodle place for dinner. We loved it. I had a spicy peanut satay dish with tofu and is ...

Washington Day 2 - Cold, Cold, Cold

A travel blog entry by mark.heard on Mar 28, 2015

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... books. I visited two very well known WW2 generals - General Sir John Dill who was Winston Churchill's right hand man & General Omar Bradley who commanded the allied forces as they landed on the beaches of Normandy to re-take Europe.


We then visited several Smithsonian Museums including the Natural History Museum (NHM) & the American History Museum (AHM). NHM houses a ...

Washington D.C.: Day 1 and 2

A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Mar 12, 2015

... not by much). It is a very comprehensive and informative memorial and museum about the holocaust - how it came to happen/before and after. Unfortunately it was pretty packed when we went so we couldn't really get to read everything or see everything, but we saw the major exhibits etc. It is an evoking experience, worth the visit if you have time. Although a free museum, they do allow a limited number of people to reserve tickets if you book in advance, so I ...

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