Washington Marriott Georgetown
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This cultural and historic day in Washington DC starts in Harlem by motor coach, 6:30 AM, Saturday, September 12, 2015. The bus departs from our office at 200A West 136<sup>th</sup> Street, right off of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. The round trip to Washington D.C. will be a memorable experience. Snacks and beverages on the bus will be provided by <b>Blackfrica</b>. As part of our <b>"Get on the ...
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After Chicago we spent 4 days in DC. We stayed at an Airbnb place in a suburb called Adams Morgan which was a cool neighbourhood. Our host Ruth was lovely. It was a 5 minute walk to the zoo, so our first afternoon was spent there. It was a very hot day and a lot of the animals seemed to be hiding or inside! But we did get to see my favourite - the giant pandas! There was a baby (1 ...
... centre of Washington and runs from the Lincoln Memorial to Capitol Hill. This makes it so easy to see everything. We spent a full day at the National Museum of Natural History. We loved the gems, crystals and minerals, the ocean section and the skeletons of fish and animals. We spent half a day at the amazing National Museum of the American Indian as well as the National Museum of American History. Pretty incredible stuff. Next day we cycled from the Bethesda subway ...
... advantage of. Stopeped by at Emma's hotel where he was staying on business, called the Willard, one of the poshest hotels in Washington, 5 stars and within a couple minute of the White House. Nick was given his key and read the room number to us without his glasses on. We were astounded to walk into the presidential suite, made up of several rooms with a 270 ...
... shop around the corner on 14th Street, before sadly leaving our homely apartment. To save hauling our baggage around DC on our last day here, we were able to securely leave our luggage at Union Station, where we would later collect bags and to travel to the Dulles International Airport for our London flight via Frankfurt. While downtown in DC we had a look inside the Capitol Building visitor centre, we could learn about the history of the Capitol including the evolution of ...