Georgetown is a historic neighborhood and a commercial and entertainment district located along the Potomac River in northwest Washington, D.C. It is known as one of the city's most exclusive and wealthiest neighborhoods. There are many high-end shops, bars, restaurants, and the main campus of the prestigious Georgetown University is also located here. Highly regarded for its quiet streets and historic architecture, Georgetown is a wonderful place for a leisurely stroll. Be sure to visit the waterfront area as well as Dumbarton Oaks Park to the north.
A short trip just west of the city. Lots of shopping, bars and posh neighbourhoods to explore. Waterfront is great too. My highlight was finding the infamous ‘Exorsist’ steps
It's a city with a long history, but it's also a very good place. It's a very good place to visit. And the architecture here is very good.
A bustling and colorful city, dominated by Chinese, is full of shaky shops and spectacular colonial buildings. Tourists and local people can be seen everywhere in tricycles, which is a view of the city.
Georgetown, an 18th-century town northwest of Washington, D.C., is now a famous attraction. There is no subway, but buses used to be very convenient. Recommend ice cream shops in small towns, Obama's favorite.
It's a bit like an old town in China, with many tourists and shops. But after shopping, I found it was different. First of all, shops that buy things have their own characteristics. What is most worth seeing is those that sell second-hand goods. They will have unexpected gains. Then there are many choices of restaurants, as well as delicious cupcakes. Although they will wait in line, they are worth a try. The houses in Town are also good pictures that can be captured by lens. The houses of different shapes and colors are matched with red slate road, which is a very good picture.
Georgetown is an older town in Washington, where there are beautiful streets, famous cupcakes, and Thomas ice cream, the largest seller in the United States.
Today is a driving trip, the first stop is georgetown, which is 40 years earlier than the capital. It is now the first historic town in DC area. The town style basically maintains the British style of the 18th-9th century. There are many kinds of boutiques, restaurants and bars overlapping, with Wisconsin Ave and MST as the cross-core, it is suitable to take a walk, similar to Pasadena, California. If time permits, the residential areas and universities away from the street are also very worth visiting, but the summer construction, mountain roads will soon faint us. Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, another attraction of Georgetown. This humble River Ditch was the cornerstone of the prosperity of the town at that time. Because of the unstable flow of the Potomac river, people excavated such a canal to realize the East transportation of resources from the west. Around the canal, in 1971, it was incorporated as a national park. There was almost no development. Even the city of Georgetown was just a greenstone wall with no smell of copper. (by BS)
If you don't say that, it's hard to see Georgetown as part of the capital of the United States. There are many buildings in the 18th and 19th centuries, so it is more like a small town in Europe. The old stone house is a typical building, which is the oldest house in DC. Georgetown University is also one of the oldest universities in the United States. Georgetown is also a shopping paradise for children's shoes. There are many brand stores on both sides of the street. If you have enough time, you can spend an afternoon here. It feels great to watch the sunset in the evening.
Georgetown is located in Washington, D.C. Most of its architectural styles are in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Most of the streets are fountains and sculptures. It looks very beautiful. Walking in Georgetown is like traversing back to the eighteenth century. It feels very good.
Georgetown in Washington gives me a sense of dignity. Georgetown is really too young compared with those countries with a long history. But the buildings here are really great. They give people a sense of solemn history. It's really beautiful here.