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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 walking tour homes
Shopping , eating , sightseeing and people watching are part of the visit to Georgetown . Walking along M Street is delightful . There are so many restaurants to review with all types of cuisines . The shops include boutiques , national chains , and...More
Georgetown is a wonderful area of DC that is easily accessible and quite walkable once you get there. Located along the Potomac, there are lots of local shops, restaurants and of course wonderful neighborhoods to meander through.
If you want to get away from the...More
Really enjoyed being there at night for ice cream / dinner / and people watching. Be careful of the buses and taxis, they move quick and don't wait. A must see for people that like to be out on a nice, weekend night.
I love Georgetown's colonial facades, modern waterfront, 19th century canal (Chesapeake and Ohio, now a beautiful urban park), friendly pubs and restaurants, and trendy shops. The waterfront is my favorite spot in DC for cocktails. A pleasant contretemps to the massive Neoclassical Revival Federalist style...More
I travel often to DC, therefore I have seen the magnificent musts and dos within the area and I still love Georgetown every time I come. The M Street is certainly the fav for most tourists and locals: shops, restaurants, fun, bars, bakery shops and...More
After the rounds of monuments and museums there is Georgetown. Kind of like a living museum really. Quaint archicheture in charming tree lined brick paved streets. Worth a stroll around after a busy monument/museum filled itinerary. Loys of eating options everywhere at Wisconsin St, Georgetown,...More
Better for date night or special retail therapy than gaining any real sense of DC. Parking is not easy, but if you can come at a less crowded time, there are some interesting buildings to see, especially off the main drag. Try to keep in...More