Voici quelques conseils populaires à Washington. Sélectionne un goût pour en voir plus :

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  • 9.6

    Georgetown Waterfront Park

    Parc 33rd St. NW Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (75 conseils) :

    • 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."
  • 9.5

    Union Market

    Marché 1309 5th St NE Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (153 conseils) :

    • Loren W.
      Loren Worsley: "TaKorean and DC Dosa are solid. For sure grab a sweet nibble from CoCo Sala and a container of chickpea chorizo salad from the charcuterie/sandwich spot in the back left corner of the market."
  • 9.5

    Rasika West End

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

    Ce que les gens disent (101 conseils) :

    • 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"
  • 9.3

    La Colombe Coffee Roasters

    Coffee Shop 900 6th Street NW Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (38 conseils) :

    • DC Dining Adventures
      DC Dining Adventures: "If it's warm out, try the Pure Black and Tan combination of the Draft cold-pressed coffee & milk and their Pure Black."
  • Ce que les gens disent (14 conseils) :

    • AskMen
      AskMen: "Just walk up to the truck & order the best -- & most creative -- overstuffed pastries in the District. Feel like some pulled pork? Some meatballs-in-marinara-sauce? Well, they have it, so go get it."
  • 9.5

    A Baked Joint

    Café 440 K St NW Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (83 conseils) :

    • DC Dining Adventures
      DC Dining Adventures: "Order the Veggie #1 sandwich made with roasted sweet potato, smoked eggplant puree, goat cheese, peppers agrodolce, crispy kale & of course a poached egg, all between crunchy but soft focaccia bread."

Les membres parlent de ces endroits à Washington :

  • 9.6

    Washington Monument

    Monument / Point d'intérêt 2 15th St NW Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (323 conseils) :

    • Jérémie H.
      Jérémie HUCHET: "Une belle vue sur les alentours même en restant au pied du monument. Attention en plein été il n'y a que l'ombre du monument aux alentours."
    • Joe C.
      Joe Cruz: "Go on a clear day. The views from just about every vantage point are amazing. Try to stay close to the elevator doors on the descent as you will get a good view of many of the memorial plaques inside."
  • 9.5

    Eastern Market

    Marché fermier Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (143 conseils) :

    • Vaughn H.
      Vaughn Hillyard: "If looking for a zen grocery experience, Eastern Market is the go-to. For one, there's a tremendous apple stand. Pink lady and golden crisps are top notch. And buy a jar of McCutcheon's honey inside."
    • Rachel S.
      Rachel Shifman: "A really community-enriching experience. Very interesting art stalls and delicious food! I love coming here for apple cider or breakfast food on Sunday morning."
  • 9.5

    World War II Memorial

    Monument / Point d'intérêt 1750 Independence Ave SW Washington, D.C.

    Ce que les gens disent (152 conseils) :

    • Jérémie H.
      Jérémie HUCHET: "Un grand mémorial dédié aux américains ayant participé à la 2nde guerre mondiale. C'est grand et calme."
    • 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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