Washington, D.C. is America's capital city, and in addition to being the center of the country's politics, it is also home to a large number of significant cultural institutions, memorials and historic monuments. The city lies on the banks of the Potomac River, between Virginia and Maryland, on the east coast of the US.
From the Washington, D.C. Travel Guide
04 July 2013
One of the best Independence Day celebrations occurs rightfully in the heart of the nation's capitol. Known for its dynamic parade, with incredible marching bands and great displays of patriotism. Popular music artists are invited to perform during this event, and visitors can choose from an array of music concerts held throughout the day. In the evening is the finale event, where a beautiful fireworks display takes over the night sky.
This hotels is cheap in relation to whatever else is available in the area so we didn't expect it to be wonderful. It's acceptable but the staff are really unfriendly and certainly don't go out of their way to help you. ... more
Overall an excellent stay in DC enhanced by the quietest hotel accomodation we have ever had - were we just lucky with our room in a corner location?? Room was not huge but ample for such a centrally stuated hotel . New bathroom fittings ,I believe, with the simplest shower setup - one simple lever instead of a myriad of taps and handles. ... more
We stayed three days in the Embassey Inn. Facilities were good. Our room was in the lower level, the basement. so we didn't have a vieuw on the street. We just saw a wall of briks. That was a pity, but no more, because we left in the morning to see the city and arrived in the evening when it was almost dark. We had a good stay in this hotel. ... more
Springtime in Washington, D.C.
Spring is the perfect time to visit Washington D.C, the United States’ capital. The weather is lovely and the crowds are still sparse. Summer, when most people can take their vacation time, the city ...
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