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Georgetown Foodie Tour and Neighborhood Walk
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Washington DC Georgetown Walking Tour
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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Tour by Trolley

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Washington DC looks spectacular when lit up at night, so make the most of your time in the city by going on an evening tour on an open-air trolley. Going on an organized tour saves time working out local public transport, and means you can learn along the way through guide commentary. Tick off lots of top landmarks such as the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, the Washington Memorial, and more.
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Alexa8776 wrote a review Oct 20
Houston, Texas893 contributions253 helpful votes
Although I travel to DC each year this is only the second time to visit Georgetown. It is the kind of place you would want to live and thrive in - full of energy yet dotted with beautiful trees, flowers and postcard front porches. The numerous cafes and restaurants are not as frequent now due to COVID but we still found wonderful spots to stop and people watch.
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Date of experience: October 2020
The_Loup_Garou wrote a review Oct 17
Phoenix, Arizona152,078 contributions2,234 helpful votes
A Lovely Neighborhood in Washington I love Georgetown, and mostly due to its architecture, though its history is an important aspect too. On a gloomy March day, I strolled parts of Georgetown, and not for the first time. On previous trips, usually in the Autumn, I have walked the streets extensively, studying the architecture - some famous, but some just attractive. It seems that at least a quarter of the buildings are on the National Historical Register. With restaurants and shopping, plus several hotels, and then Georgetown University, there is much more to draw one to this neighborhood, but for me, on this Spring day, it was just the architecture, and a nice stroll. Normally, I will walk along the Georgetown Canal (an historical site, in its own right), but I stayed a little north. I only had about an hour for this part of my stroll, as I had to meet my wife back at our hotel, near the White House, so had quite a few blocks for my return trip. I would allow at least 4 hours to explore Georgetown, with all that it has to offer, and include lunch in one of the myriad restaurants, as well.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Brittany_11_10 wrote a review Sep 2020
Los Angeles, California1,239 contributions532 helpful votes
Lovely place to take a stroll, and plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants, etc., to grab a bite, have a drink, etc. Historic, beautiful, relaxing.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Pia H wrote a review Sep 2020
Houston, Texas35 contributions7 helpful votes
such a beautiful and serene place. Loved the atmosphere of the area and got to visit the university and surrounding area.
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Date of experience: August 2020
DNATL wrote a review Aug 2020
Atlanta, Georgia7 contributions
Georgetown is walkable and many of the buildings have registry plaques explaining their history. We walked on side streets and wound up at Georgetown University.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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