Motel 6 Washington DC/Convention Center

1345 4th Street NE, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20002, United States
Motel 6 Washington DC/Convention Center
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Tour of the State Dept. Reception Rooms

by oliviasoma

What is this I see in the books and on forums about the 'tour of the State Dept. Reception Rooms'? Also, what does one wear on the White House tour...or the Capital tour? What can you carry on the tours?? Are there lockers, etc, to store items?
Thanks in advance,
O

Re: Tour of the State Dept. Reception Rooms

by sahel578

Just FYI, you must make a request with your congressman in order to tour the white house. If you wish to visit the White House and are a citizen of a foreign country, please contact your embassy in Washington, DC for assistance in submitting a tour request.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/tours-and-events

Travel Tips for Washington D.C.

D.C. at night

by capuchin

If you only have 1 hour in D.C. then you have to walk the mall, and I don't mean for shopping. The mall is the location of all the monuments that you have and have not heard of. If you have the time see it at night. Visit D.C. at night and bring a tripod. There is simply nothing like it.

Begin at the Castle

by Pawtuxet

Always a great starting point is the Smithsonian Castle. It is in the middle of the Mall between the Capitol and the Washington Monument....and just steps from the Metro Station (Smithsonian stop). Get info and get your bearings...then you are off and running. Washington has a grandness that is larger than life. The boulevards are wide...the Smithsonian enormous...the mall is vast...the gardens and plantings are sensational. When I think spring is in the air, I long for the cherry blossoms. Just so much to rave about. . . so many things to see and do...and so much of it is free!!

Visit the Smithsonian museums....

by kc0ltv

Visit the Smithsonian museums. These places are amazing, especially the American History Museum and the Natural History Museum. The quantity of quality objects is outstanding, and you'll want to spend a whole day at each museum! I loved exploring the Smithsonian museums. Nice and air-conditioned (welcome during the heat wave DC was having while I was there).

The D:C area is one of the...

by whenitworks

The D:C area is one of the most European site in the States. The axis from the Lincon's memorial to the Washington Monument is great. And the grass land between. The White house in located outside the above-mentioned axis, in the west, where the sun never shines on it.

The 4th of July

by sswagner

Yes, it will be crowded anywhere withing viewing range of the fireworks, and the metro will be packed when it is over. With that said, the experience of witnessing the 4th of July in Washington DC has no rival. During the day, there will be parades in the streets and many buildings are decorated in the red, white, and blue. Then comes night and the fireworks display that is unforgettable. We staked out a spot between the Lincoln Memorial and the reflecting pond. It was an ideal location to see the fireworks as they streaked up above the Washington Monument. There was also a band that played as the fireworks went off. No matter how many people there are here, this is something you will always remember with a smile. Facing the Washington Monument and seeing the fireworks go off above it.

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 Motel 6 Washington DC/Convention Center

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Address: 1345 4th Street NE, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20002, United States