Executive Apartments

Address: 2600 Crystal Drive, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 22202, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2600 Crystal Drive, Washington DC, is near D.C. by Foot, Abingdon Plantation, and Promenade Classique.
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    Travel Blogs from Washington DC

    Washington Day 2 - Cold, Cold, Cold

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

    18 photos

    Another big day in Washington DC. Morning started with a Johnny Rockets breakfast - fun place & good food. Need to keep walking to keep the weight from creeping up

    Hopped on the "Big Bus" & headed out to Arlington National Cemetery.

    Over 400,000 graves - mainly service men & women but also several US Presidents are buried here.



    One of the main burial ...

    Goodbye Thailand!

    A travel blog entry by faitheisenberg on Jan 27, 2015

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    ... other gifts I received! I feel overwhelmed by receiving so much when I feel like I have given so little.

    I quickly filled out an evaluation form that the rest of the group will be filling out tomorrow before my departure at 9am. Luckily, MyMay was able to get out of class to come with me to the airport. She shared some secrets with me about what she will be wearing for the Farewell party tonight and what dance they will ...

    Museum frenzy

    A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Jan 03, 2015

    ... day in Washington. We started the day by getting the metro to Arlington National Cemetery. A very sober place, with acres and acres of headstones stretching as far as the eye can see. We saw the changing of the guard statue tomb of the unknown soldier... There is an unknown soldier for WW1, Vietnam and WW2. E also visited John F Kennedy's final resting place, overlooking the city of Washington, there with his wife and 2 babies. Very sad.

    There was one ...

    Casa Kershaw in the Capitol...and beyond

    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Oct 20, 2014

    5 comments, 39 photos

    ... and hugs to my friends Ben and Gretchen. I can't thank you guys enough for your hospitality and warmth. I look forward to your trip to South Africa.....and I'll be sure to show you a good time! I left this morning and made my way on foot, metro, plane and cab to my next stop.....Boston, the home of Harvard and MIT. It's a little colder here, but so far so good, as my room which I booked on Airbnb is right on the ocean in Winthrop. Stories about Boston to follow later this week....until then..... ...

    Smithsonian museum and monuments by bike

    A travel blog entry by jillmac on May 03, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... marble and surrounding an elaborate array of fountains. There were several veterans milling about and a few rows of chairs set up so it looked like there is a ceremony planned for tonight. It was nice to see many of the American people thanking the veterans for serving and I saw one teenage girl go up to a man in a wheelchair and ask to shake his hand. From the memorial we walked on up past the Washington monument and got back on the bikes to go home. We ventured out in the ...