A Night at DC Improv

Everyone one knows when you come to Washington, DC that you must see the monuments and the Smithsonian museums, but what visitors may not know is that another must-see attraction is the DC Improv. After a long day of walking around the National Mall, head over the DC Improv to get a drink, relax, and …
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How and Why to visit Arlington National Cemetery

Every year, millions of people from all over the world descend on Washington DC, the Nation’s Capital, to visit the many museums, lobby congress, attend conventions, and learn about the history of our nation. There is one place that stands alone, just outside the city, a place that is quiet, somber, and moving. A place …
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National Book Festival 2017

Book lovers, mark your calendars for September 2nd and pack your bags for Washington, DC for the 17th annual Library of Congress National Book Festival! Every year book fans from across the country gather in the nation’s capital to hear from best-selling authors, attend panels and book signings, and revel in their love of reading. This …
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4th of July in DC 2017

There’s no better place to celebrate Independence Day than here at the nation’s capital as the city will be chocked full of special celebrations. A great way to spend your Fourth of July weekend is visiting the museums and monuments in Washington, DC that tell and commemorate the history of our nation and, of course, …
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The Kalorama Neighborhood of our Washington DC B&B

Here at American Guest House, a DC Inn,¬†we just want to share with you little about the neighborhood we call home. The Kalorama Neighborhood is located in NW Washington DC, straddled between DuPont Circle to its south and Woodley Park to its north. It also borders another well known neighborhood of the city, Adams Morgan. …
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Memorial Day in DC 2017

Each year we honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country by taking the Memorial Day holiday to pay tribute to our heroes. This year, on May 29th, Washington DC will have events all day throughout the city to recognize our veterans. Here at the nation’s capital we have some of …
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How to tour the Capitol Building in Washington DC

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the history of our great nation? Have you ever wanted to walk the halls that our founding fathers walked? In Washington DC, there is lots of history, but the Capitol Building stands alone with its richness still growing each day.  The first step with getting to tour …
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2017 National Memorial Day Parade

Memorial day is the mark of the start of summer in America. The weather is just beginning to get warm and the grills are starting to light up. People hit the roads, travelling near and far, from the beach to the mountains, small towns to the cities, most people are breaking the normal weekend routine. …
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