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All reviews m street great shopping stone house lots of shops wisconsin ave chain stores window shopping cobblestone streets key bridge foggy bottom circulator bus beautiful area great place to walk potomac river walk around kennedy center walking tour
We were only able to spend a short time here as most of our three day visit was spent looking round galleries and all the larger, important places of the capital. We spent some time having an early evening strill round the area of Georgetown...More
I'd heard so much about this place, perhaps I was expecting too much. Most of the shops were expensive chains, there were little artisan or crafts to be seen. And I noticed a lot of empty shop and restaurant storefronts which is a great shame...More
We have never been to Georgetown so we took a walk. Nice shops, great day for a walk. Stopped at the University to walk around. Toward mid day very crowded. Restaurants seemed overpriced. Once is enough.
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Hi! MS NW and Wisconsin Avenue brim with cafes, shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants, so its definitely worth spending a few hours there. If you like history, check out the Old Stone House, the oldest building in DC... More
Hi! MS NW and Wisconsin Avenue brim with cafes, shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants, so its definitely worth spending a few hours there. If you like history, check out the Old Stone House, the oldest building in DC, founded in 1755. Have a look at the amazing gothic style university and the exorcist steps and house. If you have plenty of time, walk up Wisconsin Avenue until you reach the amazing Washington National Cathedral. Alternatively, take the metro to Tenley Town Station and walk down Wisconsin Avenue for about a mile and a half until you get to the Cathedral and all the shops and restaurants. Georgetown Waterfront Park is great in spring and summer for a drink or a meal by the Potomac River. Enjoy!