Meridian Manor Bed and Breakfast

16th and U, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20009, United States
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Where to eat in Dupont Circle

by webdizzy

Looking for recommendations for moderately priced, unique places to eat in & around Dupont Circle.

Re: Where to eat in Dupont Circle

by zuriga

My son used to live in that area, but it was awhile back. There are tons of good restaurants there. One of our favorites was City Lights of China. It has fantastic Chinese food. I'm not sure what their prices are, but maybe they have a website. There are some good places, too, in the Morgan Adams area. I hope that's the right name!

Re: Where to eat in Dupont Circle

by bocmaxima

There really are a ton of interesting restaurants around there. It's one of the most vibrant and diverse areas of the city.
I love Malay food, and there's a really good place right there in that area, Malaysia Kopitiam (http://www.malaysiakopitiam.com/).

Travel Tips for Washington D.C.

CONTACT YOUR CONGRESSMAN

by Buckmarko

Contact your Congressman as soon as you plan your trip to DC. Our Congressman set us up on a tour of the US Capitol building. He was also able to offer us a tour of the Supreme Court and White House. You must schedule your White House trip about 9 months out or you may be out of luck. An intern from our Representative's office took us through the Capitol and we saw the House in session. I assume you have to go through your Senator to see the Senate.
Hey, it's all free!

Theodore Roosevelt Island and Memorial

by yooperprof

The TR Memorial - on TR Island - is only accessible from the Arlington side of the river. It's a good place to feel like you're a long way away from the hub and bub of the city, even on a crowded summer day. It's also a good place to practice your oratorical stance, taking lessons in posture and facial expressions from the great master Teddy himself.

List of Places to Visit

by seagoingJLW

Here is a list of some of the most exceptional tourist sites.

Arlington National Cemetary in Arlington, VA--
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (Asian Art)--
Arts and Industries Building- Smithsonian Museum--
Corcoran Gallery of Art--
Department of State (Foggy Bottom)--
Explorer's Hall- National Geographic Society--
FBI Building--
Ford's Theatre--
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial--
Freer Gallery of Art--
Hillwood Museum and Gardens--
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden--
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts--
Library of Congress--
Lincoln Memorial--
Mount Vernon in VA--
Ntional Air and Space Museum--
National Archives--
National Gallery of Art (both buildings)--
National Museum of African Art--
National Museum of American Art--
National Museum of American History--
National Museum of Natural History--
National Portrait Gallery--
National Postal Museum--
National Zoological Park (with the new pandas)--
Organization of American States Building--
Paul E Garber Preservation, Restoration and Storage Facility in Suitland MD--
Pentagon in Arlington VA--
Potomac Park ( try to be here in Cherry Blossom season. Also look for the Awakening statue--
The Smithsonian Institution (be sure to stop in for orientation)--
Supreme Court--
Thomas Jefferson Memorial--
United States Capitol--
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum--
United State Supreme Court--
Vietnam Veterans Memorial known as the Wall (pictured here.)--
Washington Monument--
White House

The Capitol

by Laura_Mexico

Although this looks like a postcard, I'm proud to say that I took this picture myself!! It was taken from the front part of The Capitol, where you also have a magnificent view of the area called "The Mall", too.

World War II Victory Medal

by Yaqui

There is a huge bronze sculpture located on the floor of the WWII Memorial. Many may not know what the significance of this emblem. It is the WWII Victory Medal for service in the US Armed Forces between 07 Dec 1941 and 31 Dec 1946. My mother has this medal.

Description: The bronze medal is 1 3/8 inches in width. On the front is a figure of Liberation standing full length with head turned to dexter looking to the dawn of a new day, right foot resting on a war god’s helmet with the hilt of a broken sword in the right hand and the broken blade in the left hand, the inscription "WORLD WAR II" placed immediately below the center. On the reverse are the inscriptions "FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND WANT" and "FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND RELIGION" separated by a palm branch, all within a circle composed of the words "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1914 1945."

WWII Memorial: open All Year

Closures
December 25th. Memorial may be secured for events celebrating National Independence Day.

1-800-639-4WW2
Located on 17 th street and Constitution Avenue
Between Lincoln's Memorial / Washington Monument
Website: http://www.wwiimemorial.com/
Other Contact: http://www.nps.gov/nwwm/ This medal has meaning to my family. My mom earned it for her service as WAC during WWII while stationed in England and France.

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