Settled on the hilly lawns of a naval fort in upper northwest Washington, the Observatory measures the times and positions of ... More
Settled on the hilly lawns of a naval fort in upper northwest Washington, the Observatory measures the times and positions of the stars. Visitors may watch a short movie and view the precision clocks and high-powered telescope. Though it is not generally open to the public, visitors can catch a glimpse of its fine Victorian exterior. Tours are held on select days. Up to 90 people are admitted per tour and prior reservations need to be made either through their website or fax.
Set among the fashionable Foxhall Road estates in upper northwest Washington, the former residence of Carmen and David Kreeger holds
a marvelous collection of 19th and 20th Century art. Artists such as Picasso, Van Gogh, Kandinsky and Rodin are ...
This Georgetown pub is a bit off the beaten path, but that does not stop the crowds from finding it
on weekend nights. In fact, part of its charm lies in its seemingly seedy location, under a highway bridge ...
This fine, dignified Georgian mansion, built in the 1800s, was long a centerpiece of Georgetown society. Local lore has it
that Dolley Madison watched the White House burn during the War of 1812 from this hilltop home. It is ...
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