The Jefferson, Washington DC

Address: 1200 16th Street NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20036, United States | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Dupont Circle area of Washington DC, is near National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall, The Improv, Articulate Gallery And Studio, and WVSA ARTs connection's ARTiculate Gallery.
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      Catholic World in America

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... br> murals to dazzle the believers. The basilica has two levels, a lower level with
      shrines and a crypt church and an upper church with a massively long and tall
      nave. Both levels have numerous side chapels dedicated to Mary in all her
      appearances to believers and all the miracles she has performed around the
      world – Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, and all over Eastern Europe and the
      Middle East ...


      A travel blog entry by casrobusa on May 20, 2014

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      Arlington National Cemetery was our first stop today. It really is an amazing place with over 600,000 graves including JFK, Jackie, their 2 day old son Patrick and a daughter who was stillborn - their plot is the site of the eternal flame.

      Then there is the Tomb of the Unknowns which has the remains of men from WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam. It is guarded 24 hours ...

      Last day in the National Capital

      A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jan 31, 2014

      Thanks everyone for the birthday wishes.

      We were ready for a day off, so we took it easy and rode around the town on the $1 Circulator Bus. There are several loops, so we did them all, and they go to the outer suburbs where the average people live. The green loop went to the Adams Morgan area, which was heavily Mexican, quite poor, but packed with ethnic restaurants, shops and happy Mexican ...

      Cameras, Monopoly & The Ball!

      A travel blog entry by fourty2frozen on Dec 31, 2013

      ... As the evening progressed more New York real estate was bought and I was losing money from all directions! On the hour every hour the big clock tower displayed a countdown followed by a small display of fireworks and "# hours to go!". Despite how high up we were and the double glazed windows you could still hear the roar of the crowd from below. The night progressed and by now we'd had the tv on which was showing us all the excitement on ground level including the live acts ...

      The Fan

      A travel blog entry by traveljedi on Aug 13, 2013

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      ... appearance on the way to the stadium. After about 10 minutes (this time driving through my favourite area of DC) I was dropped off and made my way up to the Ballpark walking past the usual group of people selling softies, sweets and peanuts and then the other people trying to scalp tickets (American for ticket touts). Once inside I decided to find out where my seat was and found out that I was along the 3rd base line on the second row. I was slightly disappointed to see ...