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  • People also say (177 tips):

    • WorldStrides
      WorldStrides: "The Grand Foyer is 60ft high and 630ft long, making it one of the largest rooms in the world. If you were to lay the Washington Monument on its side in the Grand Foyer, you’d still have 75ft to spare."
  • 9.5

    Georgetown Waterfront Park

    Park K St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (91 tips):

    • AFAR Media
      AFAR Media: "One of the main features is a path that runs along the curve of the river. It’s perfect for strolling and is extremely popular for joggers and bicyclists connecting with the Capital Crescent Trail."
  • 9.3

    Rasika

    Indian Restaurant 1190 New Hampshire Ave NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (114 tips):

    • David D.
      David Derrick: "Modern take on Indian cuisine and the best Indian food in the area. Reservations are a must and it is not a cheap restaurant! Start with the crispy spinach dish as an appetizer...you won't regret it"
  • 9.2

    La Colombe Coffee Roasters

    Coffee Shop 1346 Florida Ave NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (14 tips):

    • Anthony M.
      Anthony Maggio: "Awesome new space with lots of seating, great coffee and one of the best ham and cheese croissants in DC"
  • 9.3

    Union Market

    Gourmet Shop 1309 5th St NE Washington, D.C.

    People also say (172 tips):

    • Vineet S.
      Vineet Shah: "Union Market is a diamond in the rough in Northeast DC. A variety of artisan food and craft vendors, my favorite being Takorean, serving Korean-style tacos. A great place to spend an afternoon."
  • 9.3

    A Baked Joint

    Café 440 K St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (117 tips):

    • Bitches Who Brunch
      Bitches Who Brunch: "This massive, modern coffee shop is a welcome addition to the ever-growing Mount Vernon Square neighborhood, offering solid coffee drinks with a substantial menu, and delicious house-made baked goods."

People are talking about these places in Washington:

  • 9.3

    Meridian Hill Park

    Park 2500 16th St NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (69 tips):

    • Katarina K.
      Katarina Katsma: "Great Sunday drum circle, but there's always something else going on! The park is designed well, so there are more secluded places if you want to be alone, and more open spots if you're in a group!"
    • David D.
      David Derrick: "A very large park by DC standards with an upper and lower area connected by a staircase. Come in warm months to see the waterfall fountain. Some cool statues including a neat one of Joan of Arc."
  • 9.6

    Lincoln Memorial

    Monument / Landmark 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle NW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (471 tips):

    • Aaron A.
      Aaron Atencio: "Best lighting ever: wait until sunset and then right before the sunsets, you'll have direct light to illuminate not only the National Monument but yourself. Stand on either corner in the columns."
    • The White House
      The White House: "President Obama spoke at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech."
  • 9.5

    World War II Memorial

    Monument / Landmark 1750 Independence Ave SW Washington, D.C.

    People also say (162 tips):

    • Erik C.
      Erik Cintron: "Such a beautiful dedication. the plaques of all the states surrounding the pond which was so serene and then waterfall with the stars that represent our fallen Heros so picturesque and also humbling"
    • HISTORY
      HISTORY: "This memorial, dedicated in 2004, honors the 16 million Americans who served in the armed forces during World War II (1939-45)."

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