Created by Karin Leperi on February 27, 2002
Best of IgoUgo
Ethnic dining is beginning to flourish between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Between the beltways of both cities one can find authentic cuisine from Burmese to Indian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and Italian. And the best part about many of these suburban offerings is the value. This is not a review about buffets or gobs of gluttonous food; rather, this is a compilation of reviews about ethnic food served with finesse and flair for those who enjoy international cuisine at its best.
Created by Traveling North on August 22, 2007
Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Capital Beltway.
Created by apheresis on February 28, 2006
My wife and I have stayed in D.C. Hotels and thought we'd try a bed-and-breakfast for a change. From the beautiful historic home and grounds, down to the heated luxury bathroom and relaxed atmosphere, courtesy of owners Jim and Francoise, this place was first class all the way.
Created by phan56 on February 26, 2006
This is a nice place, that is close to the metro, has beautiful rooms, and nice hosts.
Created by paulnag on May 25, 2005
College Park, with its ever-increasing proximity to Washington, D.C., has struggled recently to maintain its agricultural roots. Still, though, as the city becomes more urban, a few diamonds have begun to show through the garbage and exhaust.