The second president, John Adams, was the first to live in the White House in 1801. Originally called the "Executive ... More
The second president, John Adams, was the first to live in the White House in 1801. Originally called the "Executive Mansion," it earned the nickname "White House" after its marble exterior was whitewashed to cover burn marks from damage by the War of 1812. Student and military veteran group tours are available with advance notice. The White House occasionally closes without notice for official functions.
The Normandy Hotel offers a gracious old world retreat for visitors to Washington DC Friendly service, unique style and fantastic
location offer a great combination for both business and leisure travellers. Located just minutes from Dupont Circle in the ...
Seeing the nation's capital by bike is not only healthy, but it also allows visitors to get a closer view
of DC. This guided bicycle tour takes in many of Washington's magnificent monuments and landmarks; everything from the White ...
The Occidental Grill & Seafood blends modern creativity with time honored tradition in D.C.'s most stunning setting. Explore a comprehensive
photography collection of famous 20th Century personalities, while choosing from over 200 wines to compliment Chef Rodney Scruggs's innovative ...
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