July 2, 2005
Georgetown offers great shopping and lots of dining possibilities, when you’re ready to take a break. We choose Filomena's. Georgetown is easily reached using the Georgetown Connector bus, a royal blue-colored, small bus that picks up patrons at either the Rossly Metro, George Washington University/Foggy Bottom Metro, and, I think, Dupont Circle Metro.
The cost is $1, and it runs till the wee hours of the morning. It'll save your dogs (feet) lots of steps. We picked up the Kennedy tour brochure and some other stuff on the bus. The info is the same as that available at the Georgetown visitor center.
If you have the energy, there is also the Old Stone House on M Street. It’s the oldest home in the D.C. area and predates the Revolution. It’s run by the NPS, and entrance is free.
From journal An Eight-Day Vacation in Washington, D.C.