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|Address:||130 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA|
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|Sunday:||Open 24 hours|
Smoking room is a smoking room,and cleaner than expected .check in / check out a breeze they provided everything we needed a clean bed,no bed bugs ,a clean shower and plenty of towels.i would stay here again
It was a nice stay. Nothing too fancy, but the price was just right. I'd stay here again. The breakfast was great and the woman at the counter and the breakfast were both nice.
Check in was a breeze...I did book through a third party so I was told I had to put down a $100 deposit..understandable since I paid on my card with a 3rd party, but there should be a heads up about that. I did get my deposit back at the end of the stay. The room was clean, the bathroom was clean, the bed was clean. I had no problems and will use this hotel again.
Great place to stay. The beds were comfortable and the night clerk, Lanie I believe. We had two rooms booked but they weren't together. She was able to change it so that we were next to each other. The rooms were very clean.
The nice Christian lady that prepared breakfast was always joyful and friendly. Great service.
Thank you for a great stay
lovely Obelisk monument to a great universal personality & founding father of United States of America
Is so good visittin that plac3
Only been up once but very enjoyable. Strict security, and informative staff. Great views as you would expect. Just enough history and background to read so it's not overwhelming. I get the impression the inside of it was designed so you don't spend too much time up there.
As you're walking through the National Mall and arrive at the Washington Monument all tired from all the walking - Drop down on the green. Good place to rest. Take in your surroundings and the experiences you've had. All the while remaining in full view of the Washington Monument!
Excellent place to visit! You just have to come and enjoy the Wisdom heroes. Please check Pictures for amenities.
Get directions to Washington Monument Grounds and view details like the building's postal code, description, photos, and reviews on each business in the building. Washington Monument Grounds. Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America. 38.889425, -77.036186.
The Washington Monument Grounds and Sylvan Theater lie at the crossing of L'Enfant's twin axes, the threshold between the Mall and the natural world. We seek to draw the forest to the Monument, renewing its connection to the Tidal Basin and beyond. Working in partnership with nature, biology...
washington monument Grounds. The design of the revitalized Washington Monument grounds is bold and clear; a minimalist solution that turned a project originally funded to prevent terrorism into a handsome civic amenity.
Why were the Washington Monument grounds never completed? Where did the idea for the Monument come from? Take a tour through the past with this brief history.
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Trace the Potomac River's original shoreline as we track more than two centuries of change and uncover nearly forgotten tales of humor, tragedy, and mystery. Meet: Tidal Basin Parking Lot (near refreshment stand). Ranger Michael T. Kelly (202) 359-2662.
Connect With Us 1100 4th Street, SW, Suite 650 East, Washington, DC 20024 Phone: (202) 442-7600 Fax: (202) 442-7638 TTY: 711 Email: [email protected].
The Washington Monument grounds changed extensively between 1790 and the mid 1900s. The following were altered regularly and were eventually removed: fish ponds; greenhouses and propagating areas; a wide variety of recreation areas for swimming, tennis, archery, and golf; roads...
Over 500 people from all across the country and around the world participated in the National Ideas Competition for the Washington Monument Grounds....
The battered monument grounds were closed earlier this year for turf restoration, and the Park Service wants that closure to continue after the project is finished next year, spokesman Mike Litterst said in an email. There are about a half-dozen fields on Monument grounds.