Bachata Anyone?

The 4th Annual 2012 DC Bachata Congress & International Dance Festival will be held this weekend from August 9-13, 2012 at the Washington Hilton which is only a short walk from the American Guest House! So pack your dancing shoes and experience DC at our Historical Bed and Breakfast Inn! We offer a complimentary warm …
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Thank You Google!

I just had to post this because Google is just SUPER! and getting even better each day.  Too bad I don’t own any of their stocks, I would certainly make a bundle.  Anyway, I just noticed that Google added a Booking.com add on my Google Places listing, however, Google added my URL https://www.americanguesthouse.com so that …
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Mayan Calendar 12/21/12 – End of the World

American Guest House Bed and Breakfast is a lovely 12 bedroom Washington DC Lodging Accommodation all with private bathrooms, historic Washington DC Inn located steps to DuPont Circle and Adams Morgan, two of the most vibrant, beautiful and interesting neighborhoods in Washington DC and only 1-mile to the White House. The Mayan Calendar  to some …
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WHITE HOUSE 2012 SPRING GARDEN TOUR

Finally folks, the news is out, the White House announced its 2012 Spring Garden Tour! It will happen on April 21st from 9am to 4pm and April 22nd 2012 from 9am to 3pm. The Tours are free and open to the public; but you’ll definitely need a ticket and you will need to stand in …
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The Marian Koshland Science Museum in DC

The Marian Koshland Science Museum  was named after Marian Kosland, a member of National Academy of Sciences who made some major contributions in the fields of biology and immunizations, including the cholera vaccines. The goal of the museum is to provide an interactive medium to exhibit how science supports decision making. The museum is open from …
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The 23rd Annual SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition

The  23rd Annual SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition will be held at the Washington Hilton Hotel on February 6th through 8th 2012. Jonathan, Innkeeper American Guest House in Washington DC  

The Tudor Place and Gardens

Tudor Place was built by Martha Curtis Peter, the granddaughter of Martha Washington and her husband Thomas Peter, the son of a successful Tobacco merchant. Tudor place remained under the ownership of the Peter family for six successive generations. After the last owner Armistead Peter III died, this estate was opened as a historical site …
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