Only a ferry ride from Washington D.C. National Harbour, this Old Town (dating back to George Washington’s day) is full of remarkable historic spots. Read more here.
Being from South Africa, I’d never heard of a “Spelling Bee”. Boy was I in for a surprise when I flew to Washington to watch the Scripps National Spelling Bee live! Read more here.
There’s a hotel in Washington that has a wonderful brunch on Saturday with all sorts of colorful treats. Read about it here!
About Potomac River Boat Company is a company in Washington D.C. that offers river cruises. I went on the Lady Josephine to reach Alexandria! One of the vessels used for the Alexandria-National Harbor Water Taxi service connecting Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, National Harbor, and Gaylord National Hotel. This vessel is USCG certified for 99+ passengers.
About The White House is a 2 minute walk from where I stayed when recently in Washington. Needless to say, this is an iconic site. It’s perfect for couples, friends, or the whole family to do when visiting Washington. Lafayette Square is a seven-acre (30,000 m²) public park located within President’s Park, Washington, D.C. directly
About Originally designed and built as a residential hotel in the 1920s, today the boutique hotel in downtown Washington, DC has the distinct presence of a private mansion where guests can retreat. With 145 GUESTROOMS, including 21 SUITES, the hotel prides itself on exceptional service in a discreet, intimate atmosphere. Website The Hay-Adams
Where? The Lafayette The Hay-Adams 800 16th Street N.W. Washington, D.C. (800) 853-6807 Directly overlooking Lafayette Square and the White House, The Lafayette is a destination restaurant in Washington, DC featuring a light-filled dining room and carefully prepared menu of upscale contemporary American cuisine.
It was wonderful to see the St. Regis Hotel in Washington! 5 Facts: Signature Suite is the Presidential Suite 2nd oldest St. Regis in U.S.A. St. Regis Washington D.C.Offering a Blind Tasting of Exclusive Vintages at RdV Vineyards Washington D.C.: A day trip to the renowned RdV Vineyards Estate at the foot of the Blue
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