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

Day 2: Honorable Sacrifice & Tragedy

A travel blog entry by amandajf on May 02, 2015

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The first sight our group visited was the Vietnam Memorial. I felt so touched by seeing the Honor Flight veterans honoring their once friends and companions, now fallen soldiers at the wall. I had an incredible opportunity of greeting a veteran; and the subject of my brother, a marine currently at war, came up. Of any person I've ever talked to about the hardships that come along with my brother's sacrifice for this country, I have never met ...

A Stroll Through Obama's Yard

A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Apr 25, 2015

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... me. First was the pile of shoes confiscated from the prisoners. I'd heard about this exhibit before, so I knew it was coming. But when I looked into the pile and saw, among the dusty boots of average-to-poor people, I saw a pair of summer sandals. I looked closer and saw a pair of chic, though dusty and worn, high heels. I had known that many different kinds of people perished in the Holocaust, from all over Europe, rich, poor, businessmen, farmers, etc. But for ...

Congress, Holocast Museum, Wizards basketball game

A travel blog entry by kann2010 on Apr 03, 2015

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... are breath-taking.

Some exhibit highlights are one of the rare copies of the Guttenburg Bible from the early 1500s, the first bible ever printed with a printing press; there is also a copy of a hand scribed bible from he same century. Other highlights include Thomas Jeffeson's personal library, and a 12 panel block printed map from 1507 that is the first to attempt a 'round' world and include some version of the America's. It is believed to be the ...

A Tricycle Ride

A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 26, 2015


... We started with the Washington Monument were we discussed the two stage building and saw where the stones are two different colors as a result.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial - the structure was influenced by classical models typified by the colonnaded, domed Pantheon in Rome . The architect was John R Pope. The first sculpture was done in plaster because of the metal shortage. Then the bronze statue was completed by Rudolph Evans and stands 19 ...


A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 14, 2015

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Saturday A rainy day in Washington so I guess the open top big bus tour will have to wait. We can't complain too much, though it did rain one day last year when we were in Scandinavia. Washington is full of museums and The International Spy Museum is on the list. As we should have expected it was very busy being a rainy Saturday but Americans are good at moving people. I've also had my name Americanised. The lady at the airport checkin called me Jarn but I thought that was an aberration. ...