William Lewis House

1309 R Street NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
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reagan airport parking

by petunia24

we will be flying out of reagan 12/22/10 at 7am and are concerned about parking availability if we drive. spending night in d.c not an option. other option is taking super shuttle but prefer to drive. wondering if the economy lot fills up, especially around christmas? any suggetions appreciated.

Re: reagan airport parking

by xymmot

Parking spaces at Reagan is limited and you are leaving during holiday times. I see that it is a early flight though, there should be at least a few parking spaces that are not taken that early in the morning, so you should be fine. If there is no spaces there is always parking in Crystal City. I wouldn't worry too much about this. Cheers Tommy x

Re: reagan airport parking

by DEY

I have flown out of Reagan National many times and never had an issue with parking in economy. Depending how long you will be away, Super Shuttle may still be cheaper.

Re: reagan airport parking

by bocmaxima

12-22 may be early enough to avoid the holiday parking fill ups that tend to occur, but Reagan Airport's parking really is very limited.
Their web site does offer a good status system, which may be something to check the night before. But I would come up with an alternative before leaving, maybe parking at a Metro Rail lot: http://www.wmata.com/rail/parking/

Re: reagan airport parking

by bocmaxima

Sorry to post twice. I forgot to include the link to the parking status page for Reagan: http://www.metwashairports.com/reagan/227.htm

Airport Parking Reservations

by PR-7

If you are worried about finding airport parking on a specific day, then just make an online reservation. To find such places, just do an Internet search for

airport parking "airport you're flying out of"

When I did so for

airport parking reagan national

I had no problem finding available parking I could reserve at hotels near that airport, at a cost of $8 per day, between December 22 and December 29 (I chose a random return date), with cost of shuttle included. And all I did was go to the first link found in the search. Having twice arrived at PHL and found almost no parking at ANY lot, even the private ones, I now make a reservation whenever I plan to park and fly.

Travel Tips for Washington D.C.

Adams Morgan Neighborhood, Washington, DC

by Ewingjr98

Adams Morgan is a diverse community of cool cafes, loud bars, late-nite diners, and unique houses all jumbled together like a third-world Manhattan (or maybe a first-world Bangkok!). During the day, the Adams Morgan area is full of quaint, narrow streets, people walking dogs, and busy cafes. After dark this area is packed full of people drinking and partying until about 3am when most of the bars close. Here you will find live music, quiet lounges, pool, and everything in between. The bars include Madam's Organ, Tom Tom, Brass Monkey, and dozens of others.

In 2004 the Project for Public Spaces named Adams Morgan the 20th best neighborhood in North America!

Adams Morgan covers the area around the intersection of 18th Street and Columbia Street.

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by Lady-Charisma

I think the single most important site I would take someone to see is the National Mall. It has been the site of many famous events (i.e. the Million Man March & Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speach) and is a beautiful place to have a picnic. My fondest memory of Washington D.C. was when I saw these little squirrels come boldly scurrying towards people, munching on tiny, little acorns. They were sooooooooo cute!

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The visit to the Museums and Monuments is really a nice experience! It is also nice to take a walk along the Potomac River ! After you have walked a lot while visiting museun in "The Mall", taking a rest in the shores of the Potomac River iy is a very comfortable experience ! Washington has many things to offers. I like it a lot. The visit to the Museum of air and Space was wonderful. It was also nice the visit to the Museum of American History, and see the new exposition about the events on September 11th. They have many items from the WTC collapse in the museum. It is really sad to see the pics that they have in this display, but after all it is a very powerful exposition.
The visit to the US Capitol was wonderful ! :-)

D.C. is at its most beautiful...

by AKtravelers

D.C. is at its most beautiful in the spring. Not only are the famous cherry blossoms in bloom, but the city is awash in petals of all kind. Drive up Connecticut Avenue by Chevy Chase Circle and see all the dogwoods (soon to be extinct due to a disease) and forsynthias. The grass turns green and people come out in droves to throw frisbees or footballs around the Mall. Most people don't seem to pay attention to it, but a lot of movies are filmed in Washington. My fondest memory is walking in Georgetown one summer evening and happening onto a film crew. My mother was up visiting from Florida, and was taken by the moment. Suddenly, the director asked for some extras to walk away from the camera as the protagonist closed in. My mother volunteered herself and me, and we became part of the movies. Stardom awaited us! Or so we thought. When the movie came out, we ended up on the cutting room floor!

visit the Holocaust, Air &...

by spectre42

visit the Holocaust, Air & Space, & Natural History museums, along with the Vietnam and Iwo Jima memorials. There is something special about flying into the city. Whether by night or by day, the monuments and government buildings give DC a noble, almost regal feel. You know you are in a special place.


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Address: 1309 R Street NW, Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States