Washington D.C. Travel Guide

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Georgetown

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Cleveland Park

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National Zoological Park

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Anacostia

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United States Navy Memorial

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Georgetown

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  • University

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    Georgetown Things to Do

    Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and is America's oldest Roman Catholic University. It is said that during the Civil War, Georgetown students and instructors joined the Union Army while nearby George Washington University students and faculty joined the Confederacy. No wonder I like Georgetown better... not to mention my namesake...

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  • Incredible Dessert

    Georgetown Restaurants

    The Blue Duck Tavern has some of the best desserts in the area; in particular their apple pie and sugar cookies. My wife and I often stay at the Park Hyatt in Georgetown and frequent the Blue Duck when we stay here. We have enjoyed dessert here in the restuarant, lounge and even had dessert sent to our room. The apple pie here is famous and is so...

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Cleveland Park

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  • Shortage of parking place

    Cleveland Park Warnings and Dangers

    There were some places to park a car very close to the cathedral edifice but they were decorated with those signs with a red mysterious writing: "tow away" and below "if towed..." and very expensive phone number. Hmm... "tow away" is a basic English phrase to learn for a foreign driver.As I had already known it I started to drive in my usual in...

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  • Only $3.5 per jar :-)

    Cleveland Park Shopping

    This charming shop is located in the Herb Cottage which was completed as the temporary baptistry of Washington National Cathedral in 1904, several years before the Cathedral itself was begun. Then "the Old Baptistry" served in the beginning as a small shop for plants and seeds under the auspices of the All Hallows Guild and eventually by 1958 the...

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  • As high as 4 and half matcrazy1

    Cleveland Park Things to Do

    The most impressive part of the North Elevation of the National Cathedral is a rose window put on the end of the northern transept. A rose window, the charactaristic feauture of Gothic churches, is a circular stained glass window, with mullions and traceries generally radiating from the centre. Its origin is to be found in the Roman oculus (the...

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National Zoological Park

  • Caracal at the National Zoo

    National Zoological Park Things to Do

    The Caracal is an African lynx (also known as desert lynx) mostly originating from North Africa and the Arabian peninsula. Though they are part of the Great Cats exhibit they are housed in the small mammals house. They are small, but you can tell they are feline, and dangerous when they open their mouth and show their teeth. The thing you notice...

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  • Getting to the Zoo on public transport

    National Zoological Park Transportation

    Perhaps it is because I am a suburbanite, but taking a car into DC is definitely discouraged due to the difficulties of parking. By far the easiest way to get to the Zoo is with the Metro. It is on the RED LINE- Woodley Park/Zoo stop. It is about a 15 minute walk (1/3 of a mile) up a slight incline from there, going north. Just follow the crowds,...

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  • Places to eat near the Zoo

    National Zoological Park Restaurants

    There are several concession stands within the zoo grounds where you can stop to have something to eat and drink. If you choose to eat in the Zoo itself it will not be cheap, lets put it that way.I would instead suggest that you eat before or after leaving the zoo. There are plenty of reasonably priced eateries near the Woodley Park and Cleaveland...

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Anacostia

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  • East River Neighborhoods

    Anacostia Things to Do

    River East -- those areas of Washington DC that are located East of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers -- are seldom visited by tourists. Many people who are unfamiliar with the city's geography consider the entire area east of the rivers, Anacostia, but there are actually about 30 neighborhoods here, with the largest being Anacostia, Capitol...

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  • rederick Douglass National Historic Site

    Anacostia Things to Do

    Forgive me for doing a "drive by" of a national monument with my camera. I will be back when I'm with a few others to actually explore the place, but by yourself in Anacostia is not where you want to be unless you want to see a real drive by. The historic site was the home Frederick Douglass, purchased in 1877, and named Cedar Hill. Frederick...

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  • Anacostia Park

    Anacostia Things to Do

    Anacostia Park, operated by the National Park System, stretches five miles along the eastern bank of the Anacostia River and contains 1,200 acres. Among this huge park, one of DC's largest, you will find Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, Kenilworth Marsh, hundreds of acres of ballfields and playgrounds, a huge skating pavilion, three marinas,...

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United States Navy Memorial

  • The Lone Sailor and US Navy Memorial

    United States Navy Memorial Things to Do

    The US Navy Memorial is placed on the broad granite plaza which forms the amphitheater. It consists of a 30 metre (100 ft) diameter granite map of the world surrounded by relief sculptural depictions of historic events in Naval history. There are masts with small flags and fountains around. The memorial might have been interesting not only for a...

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  • In downtown Washington, DC

    United States Navy Memorial Transportation

    US Navy Memorial is located in Pennsylvania Ave., downtown Washington, DC, north of the Mall, behind large classical building of the National Archives. After visit to the National Archives we walked to see FBI headquarters (Edgar Hoover Building) and on the way to metro station we discovered the memorial. Metro station Archives - Nat'l. Memorial is...

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    Oct 1, 2013 at 4:44 AM

    TRAVELER ALERT 10/1/2013: Due to federal government shutdown, all national museums, the National Zoo and some other locations will be closed until the budget crisis is resolved. Please reference this website for which attractions which will remain open and which will be closed to visitors during this time:

    washington.org/article/gover...

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