The Inn at Dupont Circle

1312 19th St. NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, 20036, United States
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by dilleight about DUPONT CIRCLE Area

Apparently this bar has the world's biggest selection of beers. It also has a cosy relaxed atmosphere and decent food. The staff know a lot about the beers and it was fun picking drinks from the huge menu. No

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Where should a 20-something live?

by karenincalifornia

This question has probably been posted a gazillion times. I just couldn't find the thread. My son is about to graduate from college and wants to make his mark on the world by getting a job as a staffer on Capitol Hill next fall. What neighborhoods are the best in D.C. for young people? He wants to live around other young people who are starting out in the whole political arena, near the Metro, near nightlife, near good (but not cheap) cafes and restaurants, markets, etc.

Re: Where should a 20-something live?

by Lhenne1

My boyfriend and I are in our late twenties and just moved from DC about a year ago. The Capital Hill area is being revitalized so there are some nice places up there around Eastern Market. Dupont Circle is a great location as well. Foggy Bottom is nice and being close to GWU may have some decent rent rates. We lived for a few months near Eastern Market and loved it, but moved to Old Town Alexandria later and that was great. Old Town has a metro and anywhere between the metro and the water is easily walkable with a lot of great restaurants, shops, etc.

I would not suggest Georgetown, though it's a great area of town, because there is no metro there.

One thing I'd warn your son about is that DC is not a cheap city. If he wants to be in the city and on the metro line, a small one bedroom or studio can run high. Roommates are often a good option if you want a nicer/trendier area of town and a bigger place.

Re: Where should a 20-something live?

by davhu1

Penn Quarter, Capital Hill, Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan (in order of my preference and cost). DC is expensive and it is not uncommon for people to share housing. Lots of people also prefer Virginia along the Metro (subway). More expensive along the orange line in Clarendon or Ballston. Others prefer Pentagon City, Crystal City or Alexandria.

To give you an idea. A one bedroom condo in Penn Quarter cost about ~2,000 per month. A hundred or two cheaper if further from the Metro.

Travel Tips for Washington D.C.

Cherry Blossom Festival

by sswagner

This is certainly an excellent time to visit the city and see it in a beautiful setting. I stumbled on to it by accident, but was certainly glad to see it, especially on a nice sunny day. Every Spring, the cherry trees in the city blossom and make a brilliant display. Usually, it happens around the beginning of April. Of course it can vary depending on what the winter was like. The best place to see the cherry trees are all around the tidal basin and some areas of the National Mall. Even the Capitol Building and Supreme Court building had some cherry trees nearby. it is really amazing when the wind blows the petals from the trees and makes it almost appear like it is snowing. There are those who say this is even better than the 4th of July experience in this city. Being here at the right time and the right place.

A Monument City

by Dr._Aldakov

The number of different monuments, obelisks, statues and mausoleums in Washington exceeds all possible limits. There is at least one monument per 100 sq. meters. By the way, same goes for american flags. So if you're a great fan of just any monument - then go ahead, otherwise limit yourself to the most important, like Lincoln and Washington (on the picture) and try not to look around.

I have many favorite sites in...

by wizetraveler

I have many favorite sites in the city.
I would recommend you go through the entire Mall. There you will find a lot of history of our country.
I would also recommend visiting the museums.
The Smithsonian Museum is a good one and so is the National Air And Space Museum. My fondest memory of Washington would be the time I went with friends to the Independence Day Celebration at the Washington Monument on the Mall.
The fireworks were spectacular and over 600,000 people in attendance.
I have many fond memories there. I used to live in northern Virginia and spent a lot of time with my friends in the city.

The most memorable trip I have...

by roadrulz

The most memorable trip I have ever taken, we saw it all there. The Smithsonians are a must, so much neat stuff to see there. We took a tour of the Pentagon which was interesting and got to see inside the Capitol Building. Seeing the White House from a distance which was weird after seeing it on TV all my life. Arlington National Cemetary was overwhelming got to see JFK's tomb, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and famous boxer Joe Louis too. Also the Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson monuments are places to be inspired. Will visit there again before I die for sure.

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