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Dupont Circle


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1367 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington D.C., 20036

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"They generally leave from DC's Union Station or Dupont Circle (both on metro red line) and land in the Pennsylvania Station area in NYC (34th street, near Madison Square Garden)."  See More

"I live in Dupont Circle and highly recommend this and the surrounding areas, all easily metro accessible to downtown."  See More

"If you can, check out DC's most famous neighborhoods including Georgetown (Washington DC)Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan."  See More

"Dupont Circle is pretty nice, but you will have to Metro to areas like the Smithsonian stop to access museums and monuments."  See More

"Dupont Circle has a great shopping too."  See More

"Dupont Circle up to Kalorama Heights is a more neighborhood-y area with embassies, restaurants, and bars."  See More

"Dupont Circle - people line up for prix-fixe Thai food at Little Serow just next to one of the best restaurants in the city, Komi with Mediterranean food."  See More

"Dupont Circle is a spectacular place for a foodie to rome around!"  See More

"Visit Georgetown (Washington DC) ,Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle for great bars,restaurants and museums."  See More

"Aside from that I think Dupont Circle is also a good balance of nice restaurants, shops, and fun people-watching but you wouldn't find anything especially trendy/unique."  See More

"Dupont Circle is beautiful for a walk during the day."  See More

"We also like the BGR the Burger Joint which has a place at Dupont Circle and in Old Town Alexandria."  See More

"Dupont Circle is a great place to stay."  See More

"To stay closest to the Smithsonian and other monuments near the National Mall, look for hotels close to downtown around: Metro Center The White House L'Enfant Plaza Also keep in mind that the Mall is very accessible by Metro (Blue & Orange Lines) and taxis, so these other areas are a short trip to many of the museums and sites in downtown DC: The Washington Convention Center Union Station The US Capitol / Capitol Hill Foggy Bottom West End Georgetown Rosslyn (across the Potomac in Virginia) Most of the Smithsonian Museums on the Mall are between 12th and 4th Streets between the Washington Monument and the Capitol, so check out the maps on the Smithsonian site to get a sense of where things are located: ."  See More

"Rock Creek Park and Dupont Circle"  See More

"My favorite burger is at the Burger Joint at Dupont Circle."  See More








   
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