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Why a Washington, D.C. Rental?
As the capital of the United States, Washington, D.C., has endless activities to keep visitors busy. Whether you want to soak up rich history, explore American politics, or just enjoy an East Coat getaway, the District of Columbia is full of excitement and opportunity. You can stay in style with Washington, D.C. vacation rentals! D.C. House Rentals with History History permeates every corner of D.C., from the inner workings of United States democracy to Georgetown’s roots as a tobacco river port. This is the area where Duke Ellington left a legacy, and African-Americans shared in their social and cultural capital of America in the early 1900s. D.C.’s history also includes a number of Civil War historical areas. Home architectures range from antiquated to contemporary. D.C. vacation rentals are a must for history buffs and architecture nuts! Vacation House Rentals in Washington, D.C.’s neighborhoods Northeast D.C.’s Brookland neighborhood has deep Roman Catholic roots, giving it the nickname of “Little Rome.” Home of the Catholic University of America and the Byzantine-styled Franciscan Monastery, Northeast is a friendly community. Beautiful flowers bloom at the U.S. National Arboretum, where 446 acres of natural splendor greet visitors. Brooks Mansion, the1840 home of Colonel Jehiel Brooks, still stands. A favorite Northeast restaurant, Colonel Brook’s Tavern, remembers him as well. Craftsman, Bungalow, and Queen Anne architecture is found around Brookland residences, as is the design of African-Americans Hilyard Robinson and Howard H. Mackey in the Ralph Bunche House. Why not enjoy this area with a historic Washington, D.C. house rental? Northwest D.C. is rich in high-end amenities and fine dining, and many luxurious Washington D.C. rentals can be found here. The Connecticut Avenue corridor provides a wealth of pleasant parks and impressive buildings, including the Washington National Cathedral. The Sixteenth Street corridor embodies a variety of architecture styles, ranging from Italiante to Beaux-Arts. Meridian Hill Park is noted for its statues of Dante and Joan of Arc. Adams Morgan is a uniquely diverse and colorful section of Northwest D.C., with fascinating murals. The U Street/Shaw area is known for its nightclubs and historic atmosphere; the 9:30 Club attracts national artists in an unusually small, personal setting. Bordering the Potomac River is Georgetown, which has 18th century history; the Old Stone House, is here, which is the oldest standing building in D.C., is here. This area is home to Georgetown University and has many upscale shops, bars, and restaurants, making Georgetown rentals a great pick for a D.C. vacation. Southeast D.C. contains two main neighborhoods: East of the River and Capitol Hill. East of the Anacostia River lies the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, which includes the abolitionist’s home from 1877 to his death in 1895. The Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens is the sole national park in the United States dedicated to aquatic plants; animals even live here in a natural wetland habitat. Capitol Hill is the largest historic residential neighborhood in the district, and Capitol Hill rentals put you very near all the action. When you stay here, you’ll be just around the corner from the Capitol building, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, and Congress buildings, and more. Other nearby attractions such asinclude the Union Station and the National Postal Museum. Explore the Folger Shakespeare Library, which displays paintings, drawings, folios, and rare manuscripts all associated with William Shakespeare. Washington, D.C. condos are an excellent way to experience all the capital has to offer. Are you looking for a Washington, D.C. vacation rental with a view of the ocean? Southwest D.C. is a waterfront community and the smallest quadrant of the District. The historic Fish Wharf offers traditional Mid-Atlantic seafood cuisine and beautiful views of boats on the water. The Gothic architecture of St. Dominic’s Church features a spire 250 feet tall. The Millennium Arts Center entertains and educates all ages; visitors can view the contents to be placed into the Time Capsule or watch an artist create stained glass church windows. Fort Lesley J. McNair is situated near the intersection of the Potomac and Anacostia rivers and is the U.S.’s third oldest army installation. Value in a Washington, D.C. Home Rental From Washington, D.C. apartment rentals that will put you near politics’ movers and shakers to luxurious waterfront vacation homes, you really can not lose! The nation’s capital offers world-class museums, incredible history, a unique political culture, and so much more. When you stay in a vacation rental in Washington, D.C., you get an authentic experience rather than a cookie-cutter hotel room. You also have access to the comforts of home, such as a full kitchen, laundry facilities, and so much more space! You can find all kinds of D.C. rentals for your trip right here.
Sites and tours to see
U.S. Capitol
White House
Supreme Court
Washington Monument
Lincoln Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
U.S. Mint
Ford’s Theater
Smithsonian Institution Museums
Dupont Memorial Fountain
Woodrow Wilson House
Titanic Memorial
Arlington Cemetery/ John F. Kennedy’s Eternal Flame
Iowa Jima Statue
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall

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