The Westin Washington National Harbor

Address: 171 Waterfront Street, Oxon Hill, Maryland, 20745, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 171 Waterfront Street, Oxon Hill, is near Torpedo Factory Art Center, Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum, Old Presbyterian Meeting House, and Athenaeum.
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      Absolutely Expected! Completely Unexpected!

      A travel blog entry by travellingboots on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... and manicured and and... and NICE the whole day that
      nothing could have prepared me for Adam's Morgan. I had never heard of it but
      even if I had... nothing could have described the life.. the energy... the
      vivacity of Adam's Morgan. It was a street full of options.. and the
      interesting part was.. my options were not restaurants or cuisines... they seemed
      to be.. Countries! Yes.. Countries... It was like the funnest UN area.. There
      was Brazilian, French, ...

      Philadelphia to Washington DC

      A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... lunch, took a stroll around the flea market and then headed to Georgetown.

      After parking on the waterfront of the Patomic River and with the city enjoying its last gasps of summer we decided that renting kayaks was the best and most appropriate way to soak in the views of Georgetown, the Kennedy Centre, Washington Monument and get blown away by the low flying jets as they land and take off from ...

      Drove into DC

      A travel blog entry by mikenda on Aug 18, 2014

      ... br> My favorite was getting to see stuff about Amelia Earheart. She is related to me from my mothers side of the family. To read about her and have one of her planes right in front of me, well, it just made her a bit more real for me.
      I think Mike and I both really enjoyed the space capsule from Apollo and the Right Brothers planes.
      Unfortunately, I didn't have my camera with me today, so no photos :-(
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      Georgetown

      A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 24, 2014

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      This morning we walked a few kilometers to Georgetown, an historic port that pre-dates Washington DC. Georgetown was the farthest point upstream that oceangoing boats could navigate the Potomac River so it became a thriving town with wharves and warehouses where goods could be unloaded and transported further inland. Today the waterfront area has been redeveloped into parkland, hotels, apartments and restaurants. The largest group of waterfront buildings is ...

      A little bit of time in the Capital

      A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... again. We got the metro to the closest stop to the Lincoln Memorial (Foggy Bottom... We found it hilarious too) and still had to walk about 20 minutes. By the time we reached it, we were soaked. So disgusting. After taking a few snaps, we went south towards the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, then followed around the edge of Tidal Basin towards the FDR memorial, which was thankfully mostly shaded.

      Further around the water, we reached the Thomas ...