This historic neighborhood is lined with trendy boutiques and fine restaurants. The abundant nightlife at Georgetown draws ... More
This historic neighborhood is lined with trendy boutiques and fine restaurants. The abundant nightlife at Georgetown draws both locals and visitors. Just wander down busy M Street and Wisconsin Avenue and explore the eclectic shops, or stop in for a pint at one of the numerous pubs overflowing with college kids. After you get your fill of the hoopla, stroll off the main strip onto the tree-shaded streets filled with Georgian and Victorian townhouses that are home to many politicians and celebrities. The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park lies below M Street.
I love almost everything about Georgetown.
The two things I don't is the traffic and the prices.
Georgetown has become very upward mobile and its getting way to pricey and the people who come to visit are clogging its wonderful streets.
If it's nice I recommend you park in Roslynn, VA and walk across the key bridge to avoid the traffic and parking nightmares.
The restaurants in Georgetown are some the best, and walking along the C&O canal is wonderful and the pier region is wonderful on a Summer night with live music and electricity surrounding you.
I love Georgetown because it is place that shows the diversity of Washington DC. It shows Washingtons commitment to education, fashion, and fun. I now live in the state of Washington. Every time I visit Washington DC I always make the time to hang out in Georgetown. Go check it out. You will have a blast.
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 ...
Walk through the doors of this light filled shop, and you have hit upon one of the most infinitely browsable
stores in Georgetown. In addition to picture frames, candles and baubles of all shapes and designs, the store carries ...
Georgetown Suites Harbour Building is comprised of two brick buildings that are located just a block from each other and
three miles from the Capitol.Every morning, a complimentary continental breakfast is served in the lobby lounge. A fitness center ...