DuPont Place

Address: 1905 19th St. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20009, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Northwest Washington area of Washington DC, is near Capitol Hill, U Street, C & O Canal, and Potomac Park.
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    Day 2: Honorable Sacrifice & Tragedy

    A travel blog entry by amandajf on May 02, 2015

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    ... person who understood more than this veteran did. I could see in his face the reflection of empathy for the hardships he knew my family and I are experiencing. He didn't know me and he didn't have to. That is the sole reason I honor men like him. Our conversation was almost abrupt because I had to step away and hold back a few tears. The whole experience was truly very moving. Our next stop was Arlington National Cemetery. One thing ...

    A Stroll Through Obama's Yard

    A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Apr 25, 2015

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    ... when I saw those confiscated fashionable shoes, it really illuminated that these were ordinary people from all walks of life.

    The other exhibit that I found most interesting was one that showed videos of survivor testimonies. One group of people talked about the Sobibor Uprising, in which they participated. There were three people, two women and a man, all talking about how they had killed various Nazis and ran as fast as they could to escape the camp. Three ...

    Congress, Holocast Museum, Wizards basketball game

    A travel blog entry by kann2010 on Apr 03, 2015

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    ... to use the word "America".

    Stop number 2 is a tour of Congress. Security is very strict..absolutely no food, drinks, or drink containers, so my job was going to be to sit out on the lawn and watch the backpacks and enjoy what was supposed to be a sunny day. Our fearless leader Mrs. Andjelic arranged a basement room in the Library where I am now sitting, warm and dry, guarding the backpacks/lunches, drinking coffee, blogging, and most fitting for ...

    A Tricycle Ride

    A travel blog entry by annawhitehead on Mar 26, 2015

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    ... in the center of the memorial. It was dedicated on hi.s 200th birthday. It sits on the Tidal Basin which is lined with cherry trees. Date of Birth April 13, 1743 and date of death is July 4, 1826. His death was on the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. What impressed me most about this memorial was that on the walls were four quotes, two of which had God in the first phrase. A great reminder to all who visit that this country was founded on God ...

    Washington

    A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... again yesterday and in my book two Jarn's don't make a John. On further investigation it appears that like the Japanese can't pronounce the letter "r" Americans can't pronounce the letter "o". It comes out as a "ar". That's something you may find useful when trying to talk American. With Sue on the other hand, they pronounce it correctly though she does get upset when they spell it 'Sioux'. Still raining so we thought we should check out Macy's Dept Store. Sue mentioned she ...