Residence Inn National Harbor Washington, DC

Address: 192 Waterfront St., Oxon Hill, Maryland, 20745, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 192 Waterfront St., Oxon Hill, is near Torpedo Factory Art Center, Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum, Old Presbyterian Meeting House, and Athenaeum.
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      Thanksgiving 2014

      A travel blog entry by petersalemme on Dec 01, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Well, not much construction news in this one, folks. Took five days off for Thanksgiving and ran up to the DC area for the annual gathering of the clan.
      Drove up Wednesday with son Alex in my Honda Odysey.. He has been working with us at Habitat Tuscaloosa through the AmeriCorps National program. It is great that he was able to help out on the (ugh!) 15 hour drive. Left at 530 Wednesday morning and got ...

      Bus tour, Arlington and the White House

      A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Oct 18, 2014

      3 comments, 34 photos

      ... Indian, The Air and Space Museum, The Hirshhorn Museum of Modern Art, the actual Smithsonian Institute - the castle looking building and the Sackler Gallery & Museum of African Art). We changed to the blue tour at stop 9 so that we could go to Arlington National Cemetery. On the way we passed the Washington Monument (the obelisk), 4 War Memorials (World War ll, DC War Memorial, Korean Veterans and Vietnam Veterans). We also saw the Lincoln and ...

      Washington Mall

      A travel blog entry by ozray on Sep 15, 2014

      24 photos

      ... visit anyway.
      Then visited the Washington Monument, which we previously thought was just a big obelisk as that is what it looks like from a distance. As we got closer though, we realised it is actually a building and it is massive. Thought it would be good to go in, but tickets were sold out, so another thing for next time. We then walked to the new Vietnam War memorial which has all the names of those killed or missing; the World War II memorial; Korean ...

      Monuments and the zoo

      A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 24, 2014

      55 photos

      ... not.

      We walked around it, hoping to get a glimpse of Michelle Obama in her garden or something, but just ended up visiting a protest that was happening on the other side. Nuclear warfare in Syria is a big issue here.

      We checked out the rest of the buildings around "downtown D.C." before deciding to head to the zoo. It is a Smithsonian, so it was free to get in. Sounds good to me!

      They had a bunch of cool animals, form ...

      Arlington National Cemetery & The Pentagon

      A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 22, 2014

      18 photos

      ... in the cemetery. These include dying in action, long time military service, service with distinction, having been president of the USA, although only two former Presidents are currently buried there. Some state service positions, such as Justices, also qualify and there are others granted under special circumstances. After the First World War a tomb was erected in the cemetery containing the remains of an unidentified soldier killed in battle. ...