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The beauty of Georgetown’s cobblestone sidewalks, grand homes and peaceful C&O Canal are only part of the draw to this tree-lined historic neighborhood – as home to some of the city’s top shops, tastiest restaurants and most luxurious hotels, Georgetown is a favorite of tourists and locals alike.
Kalorama’s manicured gardens and marble fountains reflect the neighborhood’s sophisticated atmosphere. Indeed, its distinguished colonial homes match their dignified occupants—ambassadors and statesmen populate Kalorama. This polite neighborhood keeps its noise level to a minimum, but nightlife hotspots like Dupont Circle and Georgetown are mere minutes away.
Mount Vernon Square is one of DC's flourishing and attractive neighborhoods. Its location and easy access to convenient transportation as well as its rows of restaurants, nightclubs and shops makes it a popular choice for youngsters. This area also encloses the city's history in the 'Central Library of the District of Columbia' and displays architectural skills in its buildings.
Stretching from Union Station to the south and Q and R streets NE to the north, this rapidly developing area takes its name from its location north of Massachusetts Avenue NE. It is best known as a transportation hub and the home of Union Market, a restored grocery and specialty food hall that’s at the epicenter of DC’s gourmet scene. It’s also home to Gallaudet University, the nation’s only college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, and National Public Radio.