Georgetown University Conference Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3800 Reservoir Rd. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20057, United States
Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center
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Arlington National Cemetary

by Mich1979

Hi All,

Can you please tell me how far away the Arlington National Cemetary is from Union Station?

Thanks

Michelle

Re: Arlington National Cemetary

by Mich1979

I am travelling to Washington DC for the day.

Can you tell me, are the following close enough to each other to visit:

White House
Arlington National Cemetary
Capitol Building
Library of Congress
Smithsonian Museums
(I know I won't be able to visit much of the insides of these, just a quick photo opportunity I guess).

Thanks

Michelle

Re: Arlington National Cemetary

by bocmaxima

Arlington National Cemetary is in Arlington, Virginia. Union Station is in DC.
You should look at the map for the DC Metro. Arlington Cemetary has its own stop on the blue line. The White House is on that map as being unfortunately poked by the Washington Monument.
http://www.wmata.com/rail/maps/map.cfm

Re: Arlington National Cemetary

by bocmaxima

And, if you're only going to DC for the day, unless you really, really want to go there, I would skip Arlington National Cemetary. It's pretty far out of your way.

Re: Arlington National Cemetary

by Durfun

Arlington is attractive for it's sculptures & photos. But it is further out.

If you arrive in DC early, and finish off the key attractions efficiently (taking the tourmobile between the 5 attractions versus walking!) you will have time for the cemetary :-)

Big 5: Central: Monument, then the encircling: Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Capitol, White house.

DC is famous for the loads of excellent & different museums it has. But if you enter any, you'll be sucked in ;-)

Another plan: reach Arlington first, then you know how to pace yourself in DC. That's what I did, and saw it ALL (and I walked all those distances between the big 5!!). But I won't suggest walking - being massive structures, they seem close by, but you'll be walking forever (pretty frustrating)! Save time & grab the mobiles :-)

Re: Arlington National Cemetary

by TexasDave

The Library of Congress and the Capitol are across the street from each other. If you intend on going in the Capitol you need to pre-arrange a ticket from its website. Also, the Supreme Court is just down the street and can be seen quickly.
A few of the Smithsonian Museums are also small but very worthwhile. I have a write up on almost all of them among my DC pages, if that might help.

Re: Arlington National Cemetary

by Mich1979

Thank you all for your replies.

Travel Tips for Washington D.C.

Visit the Smithsonian...

by Ramonq

Visit the Smithsonian Institute. It's free and you get to see the best of Americana in this very comprehensive museum complex. The best value in USA! Seeing Abraham Lincoln's Statue. He is a hero of mine and it's good to see that America honours this gentle intelligent man and places his importance in history on top of the nation's mind and soul.

The Metro System

by mattreider

The Washington DC Metro is clean, efficient, and quiet. It is also overcrowded, has a lot of delays, tends to break down, and is expensive and confusing.

Unlike most underground trains I've been on, the DC Metro is not one-fee, one-fare. Costs are different depending on what time you take the trip and how many stops you take.

Also unlike other major cities, there is no multi-day pass for metro. You can buy a single-day unlimited use ticket for $6.50, so if you get 3 or 4 of them it would be similar to a Parisian 3-day pass etc.

You can buy tickets at ticket offices at the Metro Center Station, at 600 5th Street NW, or better yet, on mail or online before you visit. http://www.wmata.com/riding/online_sales.cfm

So Many Choices...

by American_rob

Here is my top 10, off the cuff (there are so many though I am sure I am missing many)

1. Walking on the mall and seeing all the monuments
2. Taking time to go into the many free museums throughout Washington (Many are scattered along the Mall between Washington Monument and Capitol)
3. Seeing an outdoor festival or street fair
4. Going out for a night of drinking and dancing in Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle, Georgetown, or the 18th and M area (technically Dupont but really different)
5. Making a day trip out of town to Harpers Ferry, Annapolis, Shenandoah National Park, or Baltimore
6. Seeing live music at 9:30 club, Black Cat, Nation, or a music festival like HFStival.
7. Seeing a concert or free show at the Kennedy center
8. Cherry Blossom Festival
9. Boating on the Potomac river, water skiing, fishing, or simply relaxing and drinking a beer
10. Shopping and people watching on a sunny day in Georgetown The special times I have spent with friends or lovers, any time I discover something new and enjoyable, and showing a new friend something that they enjoy.

The Mall deserves a walk...

by Carmela71

The Mall deserves a walk along it. you can see the Washington monument at the end. the white marble shaft rises 555 feet and stands on the Mall, between the Lincoln Memorial and the Capitol.

See all general tips for all monuments sited in the Mall, in both lanaguages! El mall se merece un paseo. Al fondo se puede ver el monumento a Washingotn, la columnoa de marmol blanco que alcanza los 555 pies y situada en medio del maal entre el capitolio a un extremo y al otro el memorial a Lincoln.

see all the monuments and...

by kahiwa

see all the monuments and museums and art galleries on the mall. So much history, so much art, so much to see. The Smithsonian alone can take days to see. You MUST get a tour of the Capitol building, so you can find out about its rich history. Fascinating, even for someone like me who isn't a history nut. We were short on time, so we ran into the National Gallery of Art (both wings), asked the information person where the Van Gogh paintings were, and visited the all. (I'm a Van Gogh fanatic.)

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Address: 3800 Reservoir Rd. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20057, United States