The Carlyle House, Alexandria

This historic home is known for its key role in the French and Indian War. British General Benjamin Braddock used the building as his headquarters, meeting with colonial governors to discuss issues facing colonists and ideas about the war. The stately Georgian home, built by John Carlyle in 1752, is an excellent and well-preserved example …
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The AMCHP 2012 Annual Conference

The  AMCHP 2012 Annual Conference will be held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel  on February 11th-12th 2012. Jonathan, Innkeeper American Guest House in Washington DC  

Are you a DC local and need a quick getaway for the weekend?

Be sure to give us a call directly for discounts provided especially for our neighbors here in DC.  These rates are based on availability and always come with a great home cooked breakfast, relaxation in our guest house for the night and and a nice retreat for the weary soul to take a break.  Access …
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Visit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington, DC

If you are walking about along the National Mall this season, an infrequently visited museum is a must see for all ages.  The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is located just southeast of the Washington Memorial, off the Smithsonian Metro Rail Station (Blue or Orange Line).  One notable gift that is produced at BEU is …
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