Georgetown is particularly lovely in the spring. Here are two really good opportunities to explore Georgetown architecture and lifestyle through it’s gardens.
The memorial to Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, is very unique! It’s not at all like any of DC’s other memorials. It’s an Island! It’s an entire island in the middle of the Potomac River. It is 88 acres of wooded parkland dedicated totally to Teddy Roosevelt, as many people called him.
St John’s Episcopal Church is a lovely church with yellow stuccoed walls located at 16th and H Streets, across from the Lafayette Square in the northwest quadrant of Washington, DC. The cornerstone was laid on September 14, 1815, 15 years after President John Adams (second president of the United States) and his wife Abigail Adams, moved into the newly constructed White House.