Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Brickskeller Inn from our 9 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Washington DC
... not far from the Potomac river and walked all the way to the White House, waved hands to say hello to Obama, met some White House squirrels, and finally ended at the Old Ebbitt Grill.
After some thinking, Wilma and Steven ordered a "fat tire", a Belgian beer not brewed in Belgium ;-) I had a Guinness... for food, I ordered cole slaw instead of french fries with my hamburger (with blue cheese, red onions with ...
... t think we have seen so many sweets in one place before!! This had almost as much attraction as the Fromagerie that Linda found. I must admit (to the kids disgust) we spent a lot more on the cheese than we did on the sweets!!
Old Town Alexandria exudes charm and quaintness. It is not any one thing that makes is it, it is just the whole combination. This is definitely the spot so far!!
... Grace Coolidge. Finally there was Tiger, an ally cat, Blacky, another cat and Rebecca and Horace, raccoons. We must not forget Ebenezer, the donkey and Smokey, a bobcat. Given to them by dignitaries from other countries there was also: lion cubs, wallaby, A pigmy hippo, and a bear.
... out pretty good if I do say so myself :-) We had dinner at the very interesting Cracker Barrel restaurant ... I say interesting because there's s shop attached with some of the tackiest stuff I've ever seen ... and the locals were pretty interesting as well. So tomorrow we're having an early one to get as much time in Nashville as possible, as we've only got one night there. I'm having a great time so far, and am really looking forward to the rest of the trip. It should be good. ...
... Memorial, and The WWII Memorial. We tried to impress upon the children the significance of what they were seeing and I think that some of it did sink in. They, in particular, commented on all of the names written on the wall of the Vietnam Memorial.
Then we went for a walk down the street and stopped at a street corner for hot dogs and pretzels. It was great to sit on the corner and watch the people go past. We decided to have a treat of ice cream, but they clearly ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Brickskeller Inn Washington DC
Other places to stay in Washington DC
Columbia Heights, Washington DC | Hotelfrom $124