Insider’s Guide to Visiting the U.S. Capitol

The U.S. Capitol Building welcomes millions of visitors every year and is unquestionably one of DC’s most popular monuments and museums. As such, planning a trip to our country’s capital may be intimidating to some. With so much to see and do in Washington, D.C. where do you begin? All of us at American Guest …
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Capitol Hill Neighborhood

One of my favorite neighborhoods to explore in DC is Capitol Hill. Not only does it have the historical sites and monuments, but also a daily market, great restaurants, and unique shops to visit. Our DC Inn is an easy commute to all of the excitement as we are just a 10-minute walk to the …
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National Museum of African American History

One of the most recent additions to the collection of Smithsonian museums in our nation’s capital is the National Museum of African American History & Culture. This museum is the only one in the country devoted solely to the history of African American life as documented over the years, and it’s just a quick metro …
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DC’s Museum of the Bible

The Museum of the Bible is a brand new addition to the collection of top-notch museums here in Washington, DC. This museum transports you to the Biblical times and takes you through the history of the stories and how they were written and compiled into the most published book in the world. After a night …
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DC’s National Air and Space Museum

I have always been fascinated by anything that lifts my feet off the ground. It’s a childhood fascination that hasn’t waned as I’ve gotten older. Luckily, Washington DC has a museum that caters to aerospace curiosity, and it’s the best in the country. The National Air and Space Museum is free to the public and …
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DC’s International Spy Museum

To many, espionage is the tantalizing storylines we read about in thrilling books, or the breath-quickening characters who dazzle us with their wits and gadgets on the big screen. But what is it like to be a spy, really?   Uncover the secrets of espionage at the International Spy Museum in Washington, not far from our …
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