Loftstel / Washington

Address: 4115 8th Street NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20011, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Petworth area of Washington DC, is near Hillwood Museum & Gardens, President Lincoln's Cottage, Senate and House Office Buildings, and Meridian Hill Park.
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

US Capitol

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Jun 25, 2015

45 photos

... Our beliefs still stand strong of the fact that America should have never gotten involved in the Vietnam War, but the amount of names we saw craved in the wall was devastating. We were soon standing in front of the most popular and famous tourist attraction – Lincoln memorial and the reflecting pool. Abraham Lincoln is seen as American’s favourite president of all time for all that he stood for and accomplished in his time. The memorial stands as a symbol of ...

Final days in DC

A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Jun 17, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... Bay. After a harbor cruise, and trolley tour we stopped at the home of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, signer of the Declaration of Independence, and a supposed forbear of Carl and me. At least, that’s what our grandmother always claimed, and it’s true she did come from a long line of Carrolls. But are we really from the same clan, or did Gram kiss that old Blarney ...

The West Wing

A travel blog entry by gsgladman on May 05, 2015

9 photos

... Wing.

The Lincoln Memorial is, like all the buildings and monuments in Washington, huge and gravely impressive. The figure of Lincoln sitting in his great chair is so familiar that it felt strangely natural but at the same time awe inspiring to stand before it. Washington's memorial, an enormous marble obelisk 555 feet tall dominates the skyline. The haunting Korean War Memorial, with the strained faces of the slightly larger than life ...

"This Place is Wacka-Doo"

A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Apr 28, 2015

28 photos

... an old colonial house. There were some sample toys laying around, so I took a try at "ball-in-a-cup." It was really hard. I didn't win. We also found out that it was common during this period for people to sleep in two shifts. People would go to bed when the sun went down, wake up for a couple of hours and usually stay in bed, read, pray, etc. and then go back to bed for another shift. The things you learn at national parks!

We weren't feeling too adventurous in terms of trying ...

Abraham Lincoln

A travel blog entry by jakemcmahon17 on Apr 25, 2015

I am finally in Washington and I am so excited. I took my things and parked at the Hilton Corner where i am staying for the next few days. I just wanted to explore and found everything here fascinating. First place I went to was the Lincoln memorial and that very memorable and I got lots of pictures. I had always wanted to go here and it is so ...