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1. Stretchworkz

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54 reviews
Stretchworkz
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 4418 MacArthur Blvd NW b2, Washington, DC 20007

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

Telephone: (800) 804-7321

Guy: Physical fitness program



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Emily Andre: This really helped me after running my first half marathon (should've started while I was training!). My whole lower body was sore/overworked and the stretch sessions really helped me to feel so much better and move better. Relaxed but professional vibe. Definitely recommend.

Philip Pinkney: My wife purchased a session for me on Father's Day at the MacArthur Blvd. Location and it was a great experience. Jared Brody was my Stretch Pro, and let me just say that after the hour long session my leg and arm movements definitely had more mobility. I have experienced a lot of massage therapy and this was definitely more beneficial than an hour of massage. My wife and I ended up signing up for a membership and have been going weekly. The atmosphere is very relaxing and friendly, the owner was there working, and if you didn't know he owned the business you would have thought he was one of the other workers, you could tell his staff are treated well and are comfortable with being themselves. Great experience overall, you have to go at least once to see for yourself.

Lawanda Lewis: I've had a really good experience at Stretch Workz. The atmosphere has a very positive vibe as soon as you walk in. From the music to the general conversations held causes the experience to be very calming. The staff is very knowledgeable of what they're doing as well as what is going on with their clients physically and this puts me at ease. Taking the time to ask questions about how the client feels is something that I've noticed that I'm approached with every time I walk in and I appreciate that. I love how thorough they are (specifically Dominique because she's the only therapist that I've dealt with) when it comes to helping you to become more in tune with your body. I've been given better pointers from her on how to improve my mobility within the first 3 sessions I've had at Stretch Workz than I have been given during my entire 4 months at a physical therapy clinic. The sessions so far have helped me to become more in tune with myself, I've gained more flexibility in the targeted areas, I sleep better than ever after a session, and I generally feel wonderful physically and emotionally after the session is done. Not only does Stretch Works get 5 stars for their facility and the care for their clients that they promote, but Dominique gets 5 alone for her thoroughness. I have not worked with the other therapists but based on the verbal feedback that I hear from their clients, they're wonderful as well. I highly recommend Stretch Workz.

Karthik Easwar: I have had one previous experience with assisted stretching and I can state that Stretch Workz is great. Booking is easy as they have an online system. When you arrive the Palisades location is clean and up to date. The people there are all both knowledgeable and pleasant. The table feels state of the art with great cushioning and many straps to help you do stretches that would be difficult on just a table. Moreover, the stretch routine developed has been carefully crafted but any therapist is willing to adapt it to your needs or preferences. I have found the one month I have been going here to be extremely beneficial. Update: I have been going to Stretch Workz for almost 2 months and have added 2 inches to my box stretch. The benefits are evident anecdotally in other stretches and my overall pliability as well.

Elizabeth Shannon: I first learned about Stretch Workz from a colleague at work. I was curious so I thought I'd give it a try once - and invited my husband to join me. That was more than five months ago now and we go every month for a stretch. We feel so good after our 50 minutes - completely limber and with more energy. They can really work on areas that are bothersome as well! The last time I had a sore, very stiff neck, with limited movement and by the time my session was over I had way more movement. The next day the stiffness was almost gone and my movement was restored. I haven't had a problem since. I usually like to have the same person working on me each time, but I can attest that I've had 5 different associates and each one has been different - but excellent in their own style. You can tell Stretchworkz is excellent with their training in this method. The location is clean, the atmosphere is happy, relaxed, and welcoming - clearly an important part of the culture.
Response: Thank you for your feedback elizabeth, We are happy to be at service to you.

Brandon Daniels: I’ve been going to Stretch Workz for about a month, and it’s one of the best investments (health wise) I’ve ever made. The staff is extremely knowledge and listen to my needs, which doesn’t always happen with other businesses. Because everything is interconnected in our bodies, it’s important that we maintain a sense of balance. My stretching regime has reduce some of the other pains I was feeling - especially in my lower back. It is definitely worth the investment.

Bill Bravman: My spouse and I have gone to Palisades Stretchworkz many time since mid-spring, and it's been fantastic for us. The stretching on me has been a little more focused on lower body and lower back, but upper back, arms and neck have gotten attention, too. It has definitely been helpful for my limberness and range of motion. At first I was surprised to find the stretching often surprisingly relaxing-- I'd never mistake it for a conventional massage, but now I look forward to it in a similar way. No question, the staff does push to the edges of where your mobility takes them, but for me there hasn't been significant pain involved, either during a session or afterwards. My spouse has settled on a particular staffer as her favorite stretcher, but I've happily rotated among several. The vibe in the place is professional but relaxed and conversational. Most of the space is one large room, with stretching tables spaced apart from each other along the front wall. Fun music plays quietly in the background.

Elizabeth Chan: I had some tightness in my left thigh that hurt when I sat down. And considering we all sit down for most of our lives, that means it hurt most of the time. Massage and my own stretching only seemed to help for a few hours. I was willing to try anything and I saw a deal for a Stretch Workz session. I had two stretches and both times, the pain relented for a week or two. Each time I went, the pain subsided for a longer period of time (save for after 2 17-hour flights I took. That got me back to square one). Still, I think after a few more sessions, my leg will be back to normal. Thank you Stretch Workz for allowing me to be a couch potato again! (I kid, I'm stretching and standing more!)

Dana Samuels: My cousin referred this service to me. Even though I had never heard of stretch therapy, I was game to try it at least once. I’m all about doing things that help me feel good in my body. To my surprise, the session with Dominique surpassed my expectation. I discovered muscles that I didn’t think were there and those I didn’t realize were so tight. I felt a major difference after my first session. And I can’t wait for my next scheduled appointment. I would recommend that you try it and see the difference for yourself. It’s awesome!

Justin Heyman: Excellent experience with Stretch Workz in the Palisades! I decided to try the 55 minute stretch out after walking by the store and looking at the website. As someone that has some nagging back pai, this has been the best solution that I have found to date. Since my first visit, I have been coming back weekly, and my back pain has reduced greatly (and would probably be gone altogether if I were better about stretching more frequently at home!). I have primarily worked with Han Yuan Johnson, who has been excellent--working with me each week to improve. The rest of the staff also seems very knowledgable and friendly. Highly recommend!
Response: Thanks Justin, our staff works hard to meet your expectations

2. University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)

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59 reviews
University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 801 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

Guy: Community college



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Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Danielle Carroll: I went to school here for my AA and it was a breeze. Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Edgar E: Worst administration I have ever had to deal with. Not only do they never respond to email or phone calls, they can't even keep track of ELECTRONIC applications, that required my daughter to submit 3 times and be forced enrolled late into classes due to their incompetence. But they also can't even have the literacy to read the applications correctly to charge the correct rate to students. They went ahead to charge not only my daughter but several other students out-of-state resident rates when all their applications illustrated DC residents. Like how can you not even read what's on the applications! How many other students were charged nearly 3 times when they should have been charged as a DC residents scares me on the level of corruption and neglect this body demonstrates to it's it's attendees.0 Then to not even have the decency and competence to even respond to emails and calls to try to correct this is just completely absurd, no wonder UDC is a laughing stock of a school to attend they can't even serve as a place to get extra credits for actual schools. How neglectful can you be to students and applicants, like seriously!

Lucien Graves: I was interested in nursing but the department leads never answer even with me contacting them daily for the last 3 months. Not to mention the admissions department takes 2 weeks to email back and never answers a single call. Just go in person, it's faster but still highly unprofessional since they eat and have conversations with others in front of you. You can see why they never answer.

Yesly Turcios: GLEN DOMINA rudest person ever if you are working under a facility and a Student is inquiring on information/assistance you should be able to provide that at your upmost ability but unfortunately that was not the case here..

Danny Hirschfield: I graduated UDC-CC with an AA degree in Liberal Studies Fall Class of 2015 Alumnus. This college really helped me develop my learning skills as I am an older non-traditional student that started as a freshman with very little prior knowledge and discipline in academia. I have transitioned to the UDC flagship campus pursuing my BA degree in Political Science as a pre-law student. This university is the most affordable place to get a good quality education being the only public higher learning institution in Washington, D.C.

Jamilya Allen: Okay So I applied about 3weeks to a month ago and I’ve yet to receive any papers informing me if I was missing any documents or etc. I’ve called at least 5 times a day for about two weeks straight leaving voicemail after voicemail and no one has yet to return my call not only did I call multiple times I have also emailed them multiple and no response. It’s ridiculous what’s the point of having an admissions office if they not even going to pick up the phone, guide you in the process of being admitted or anything else like you guys get paid to do nothing it’s sad.

h T: This University has only good professors! But getting a Bachelor from the UDC will not get you a job!! Their jobs faire is just to get a website from the companies and brochures lol!

Jordan Stewart: The financial aid lady with gray hair and dreads is disrespectful af. Most of the staff here are disorganized and rude. I disenrolled 2 months ago. When I went to disenroll the lady was eating crab legs in front of me. Come to find out she never really disenrolled me, and I had to go back up there today. Smh. I really wanted this to work bc I’m a Dc Resident but I’m enrolling at PGCC.

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3. University DC Ged Testing Center

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University DC Ged Testing Center
Location
4.8
Prices
4.9
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.8

Address: One Judiciary Square, 441 4th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 274-7174

Guy: College



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4. United States Capitol

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United States Capitol
Location
5
Prices
5
Classes
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: First St SE, Washington, DC 20004

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 226-8000

Guy: Federal government office



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Zay McCullough, MSW, LCSW-A: This was the last major attraction I saw during my one week trip here from 12/28/21 to 1/4/2022. You can see the Capital Building from several blocks away. I actually remembered I needed to stop by because I saw it after exiting the Children’s Museum. It was a little after 5pm when we made it there. We say the reflecting pool, which is wider but shorter than the reflecting pool between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Unlike the latter, the Capitol’s reflecting pool isn’t easily accessible to stuck your feet it. The view, however, was still nice. This was my first time being in DC since I was in elementary school. It was extremely awesome to see the Capitol building. It was ironic that I had just watched Olympus Has Fallen on TV in my hotel just a day prior. Unfortunately, the perimeter of the building is gated off due to the events that transpired a year ago. I’m saddened to see that public access still isn’t available. Of course COVID is an added barrier to tours. Going inside is something that I wanted to do. I did not go to the visitors center that is close by as my son was ready to go back to the hotel, lol. There was a large Christmas tree in the lawn area between the capital building and the reflecting pool. Many people were taking pictures and appeared to be having a good time. I was grateful for the experience because I talked to my son (8) about what goes on in the building, the legislative bodies, and etc. I’m sure he’s forgotten everything we talked about but he can say he seen it in person whenever he does learn about it in school.

Ganindu Madhawa: A place where one can probe into the political history of USA.It is an iconic place and you need to reserve tickets beforehand visiting the place. You will be provided with a guide who give descriptive analysis of the architecture of the place and historical events. 😊

Yusra Nabeel: Such a great experience visiting one of the US symbols. Great place with beautiful reflection in pool.

Ali Shajarizadeh: This beautiful building is a must-see for everyone who visit Washington DC. The building has a long history. The place is where many important decisions were and are made that affects the world.

Nas Sol: The in-depth history of this iconic building is grander than I expected! A true beautiful from the exterior to the interior. I got a sense of appreciation after leaving from here. It can get very packed though so it's recommended you start your day early to beat the crowd. A must see when you're in DC!

Stephen Butler: My first time taking the tour. Our Representative arranged a VIP tour. It was very small and personal. There’s no cost, but if your going to take a tour book it in advance. It takes about 3 hours or so. It was worth the time. Please hit “Like” if this was helpful. Thanks.

Ben Henderson: Really enjoyed the tour inside the Capitol building. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and funny. Really interesting history and beautiful inside. Liked the fact you can then walk through a tunnel to cross over to the library of Congress which again was beautiful.

Keith Roussel: Visiting the Capitol building is fantastic experience. I visited with my family and it was a great opportunity to see some of our nation's history as well as the seat of power of the legislative branch. We booked a tour in advance from out state senator Ted Cruz. Our tour began at his office in the neighboring senate building. From there we took the underground trolly to the capitol building. Our tour guide took us through the various parts of the capitol biding explaining the building, decoration and history. After the tour we were able to view the senate and house of representative chamber. Each was unique. The House had a live reenactment of typical chamber proceedings which was nice, but once the reenactment was finished, we had to leave. The senate on the other hand had no reenactment, but we would stay as long as we like. I sat therefore a while attempting to etch the experience in my memory, which I personally valued more.

blade Galletta: This is a must visit in Washington D.C. The capital building is absolutely gorgeous. In the spring time there are many flowers and trees surrounding it to make it even better. The fountain in the front is very unique and perfect for pictures with the building. They have gates up with guards so you can't get really close. I think they do tours but you would have to research that on the website.

Isabelle Tran: Beautiful architecture from the outside. Recommended to book in advance for a tour. The park outside is a beautiful place to relax after a long day of touring, including some cherry blossom trees.

5. SCOTUS

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SCOTUS
Location
3
Prices
2.9
Classes
2.9
Facilities
2.9
Teachers
2.9

Address: 1 First St NE, Washington, DC 20543

Guy: Federal courthouse



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Mike Ro5: One of my favorite sites to visit in DC. It is less crowded than many sites, but the architecture and tour is outstanding.

Alaliiah: Supreme Court kinda cringe

6. US EEOC

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US EEOC
Location
2.5
Prices
2.6
Classes
2.5
Facilities
2.5
Teachers
2.5

Address: 131 M St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (800) 669-4000

Guy: Federal government office



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Kenny Goldsmith: If I could give 0 stars I would, I had a good discrimination case and they dropped it. I wonder how much my former employer gave them.

MD Heel: At the Washington DC office, the EEOC intake counselors are incompetent on application of laws and regulations on a case-by-case basis. They failed to capture details to substantiate claims. The worst of all is having interns serving as intake counselors who can’t write complete sentences and capture details needed for cases. I had to speak with the intern on two occasions and she failed to still get the essence of my claim. It took speaking to a supervisor.

Nu H: Professional staff, from security to intake clerk. May be best if you have an attorney help you draft a letter and articulate the specific discrimination; helps intake to help you. Info sheets were also useful. While not everyone may have the money to fight the legal case afterwards, use all the free services for which your taxes pay. You never know, EEOC may litigate on your behalf. Employer notified within 10 days of filing.

tony Smith: Didn't call for phone interview.

Robby “JAMMIN' ROBBY” Baker: when you ask them to send paper out in the mail there not much help i argue with my own issues with poor employment places this place deserves to be shut down

Ms Chen: My intake counselor rolled his eyes towards me a few times during my session. He acted like I was wasting his time. Overall I am very disappointed with my experience.

Dabiznezz Sunbiz: Worst EEOC service ever. They don't even give you an appointment within the time that they have jurisdiction. They work against employees filing, not for them.

Anonymous Reviewer: The EEOC is a sham. This federal agency doesn’t follow its own guidelines. Employers under the Washington Field Office’s jurisdiction know that they can discriminate because if you file a charge, nothing will happen, other than creating a lot of work for you, and more pain, with no consequences for the employer. No matter what evidence you provide, or how carefully you articulate what happened, you cannot count on anyone to read it or care or follow up appropriately. EEOC staff have excellent salaries, benefits and job security, paid for by the rest of us. They need not actually do their jobs, just show up, then go home. What a shame.

Sama Wright: The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is complacent in the discrimination, harassment and torture of Muslims in the work place. They truly lack staff with the diverse ethnic background of Muslims in America. It's sad that civil rights groups have to continue file EEOC complaints on behalf of Muslim workers. There is no outreach from EEOC employees and no hiring of Muslims in the agency.

Jamilah Jones: We are very disappointed that this office does not provide reasonable accommodation for the Muslim community. Several people have called the various field offices to file complaints of anti-Muslim discrimination and harassment. Nobody there speaks the various languages of our community; Arabic, Urdu, Pushtu, Bengali.

7. George Washington's Mount Vernon

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George Washington's Mount Vernon
Location
4.7
Prices
4.7
Classes
4.8
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.7

Address: 3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy, Mt Vernon, VA 22121

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (703) 780-2000

Guy: Historical landmark



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JoJo Q: We visited George Washington's Mansion last weekend at Mount Vernon, VA. We had a great time. It's a must see and good for all ages. The mansion and location itself is well preserved and maintained. I love how the tour guides are knowledgeable about the historic place, they are friendly too and answers your questions well. Don't forget to stop by the museum too, they have a lot of interesting historic items that they use back in the days. And good information about The Washington. If ever you got hungry, they have a restaurant right before the entrance that you can also try, or the food court upon exiting the museum. They also have a souvenir shop upon exiting the museum. Overall, We had a great experience.

Mark Wells: Incredible! If you can go, Go! Great for all ages. We took a family of 4, ages 10-40 and everyone enjoyed it. History and information galore that you didn't know you wanted to know, but you absolutely do! We went on George Washington's Birthday celebration which provided so much entertainment. The museum and 4D movie is a must! The mansion tour is worth the time. I'm not sure if Washington himself is there all the time, but meeting him on the estate was a fun surprise.

David Cardone: If you’re a history buff then this is a must. Great little tour of the interior of the mansion with other available tours to add on. They do offer a National Treasure tour that provides some interesting facts about the mansion and grounds in relation to the movie. This tour takes you into the basement of the mansion whereas the $2 mansion tour does not. Beautiful gift shops and there is food available. Good for kids. Check out the Inn next door to entrance for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Rodricka Elliott: Great for a nature walk. I did some birdwatching while there and enjoyed the scenery while there. A lot of open space to have a picnic after seeing the house and grounds. Overall, it’s a great day all day activity for the family. I did go during the day on a weekday so it was not too crowded.

Green Angel: Great services, very helpful staff, good for all ages. I learned that Washington real body was transferred to the new tomb. The tomb of George Washington on the right along with his wife Martha on the left and 25 other families members are entombed there. The gift shop is huge, they are two sides for shopping. One for decoration stuffs cost up to $2k+, another one for souvenirs gift. Spending about 3hours to walk around and learning history about Father of our country.

Darwin Parker: What a great place to visit! George Washington worked hard to serve and improve life. It was amazing to see where he lived, his tomb, and his legacy. Side note- my son passed out in front of the entrance and the staff was incredibly helpful and prompt to take care of him and get an ambulance to come check him out. The staff checked on him throughout the day multiple times to make sure he was okay.

Stephens Basement: I have always wanted to visit My. Vernon but for some reason never did till yesterday. I am so glad I did. It was a very well maintained national landmark. I did think the entrance fee was a little high but they provide a free audio self tour and the tour of the house is included in the price. The staff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. I have a habit of asking lots of questions and they had an answer every time. George Washington was an outstanding man and leader.

Diana Hidalgo Díaz: The location looks very well preserved and taken care of. The tour guide we had during the house tour was knowledgeable and friendly. The museum was remarkable too. The souvenir shop is big and has a wide variety of items to purchase. I had a very good experience overall!

Brian Cummings: Large and well kept. You can easily spend an entire day. There are a number of far flung attractions. The distillery requires riding the shuttle or driving. The mansion tour costs extra. On busy days, it's wise to book in advance. It is very nice, but calling it guided is a slight exaggeration. You move from room to room with experts who may offer a thirty second introduction and then are available to answer questions.

Virginia VanKeulen: Went on a Tuesday in May. Several school groups but they were easy to avoid. Otherwise not very busy. Learned a lot about George Washington. Really enjoyed the enslaved people tour, the house tour, Martha Washington, the fifer and the beautiful flowers. Rangers were plentiful, helpful and informative. Definitely worth a visit.

8. University of the District of Columbia

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University of the District of Columbia
Location
3.8
Prices
3.7
Classes
3.7
Facilities
3.7
Teachers
3.7

Address: 4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

Guy: University



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Carolyn Taylor: This was a enjoyable experience, the seating was great for Covid safety . I would definitely attend an event here again

nina: The worst university ever, my experience at this university has been draining and miserable. Some off the professor are rude and highly unprofessional. I had one professor a couple off years ago name Samuel Walters tell me that he doesn't have to respond to my emails, and if I reported him they wouldn't even listen to me. I will never forget that, it was odd to me as well because, other professors' I had encouraged students to email, and come in during office hours for assistance. I reported this to the dean, and she told me that professors' are not obligated to respond to students' emails. I couldn't believe it, in addition I wrote the president off the school who is a joke in my opinion, and he never responded. Anything, goes at this University. I blame myself, for returning to this school I was told things have changed, and it has not. Different departments loose papers, I had turn in my vaccine exemption forms August 02, 2021 and was told it was never received. When, I inquired about the documents again, the representative had told me they forgot to submit the documents to another department. But, by then I was already dropped from my courses. At this point, I said forget it, I am glad I transferred to another University that's extremely professional, the transition was great. The staff are rude as well, I remember almost getting cursed out by a lady in the student health department, because I simply asked if my health waiver was received, she was so rude. I honestly, despise this University. Returning, to this University as a readmit student was not worth it, it's beyond me because, UDC reached out to me to come back this past summer and it's still a joke. The women bathrooms, are a joke it's been like that since I started a couple off years ago. Some, off the doors don't lock, the library needs to be remodeled. I remember part off the ceilings in one bathroom was completely missing. Elevators were not working, and some parts off the building were not cleaned, the math tutoring lab couple off years ago was, leaking and ceiling was completely gone. I believe, some individuals work at this University because they can display their dispicable disposition. It really, amazes that the student center is appealing. But, if you go to other departments off the campus the conditions, are horrible or layout is outdated. I blame myself for being at this University for so long, never again.

Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Mohamed Moustaghfir: I wish I finished my nursing degree. So many UDC graduates 🎓 get successful professional life. A friend of a friend back in the end of the last century, moved back to Ethiopia and started his own company. I also learned a girl moved to Dubai and became the youngest successful millionaire at her twenties. Success is you, but the school and faculties help also mold you a pathway. Look at me now doing pizza delivery. Making people days when I'm sadly sad.

angel almonte: One of the best experiences I have had as a student. The professors were extremely helpful in guiding me to obtain an education . The facility is improving and they have an excellent student center. The student body is very a diverse population. The administration staff are as friendly. as you are to them. In other words if you act a fool than expect to be treated as one. 😊
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C. M.: Took Spanish classes here for one year. I regret slacking on my Spanish.

Danielle Carroll: Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Mani Shehni Karam Zadeh: I agree that administrative work is little slow but when it comes to education and professors, I would say they are really great, knowledgeable, kind and caring. They always try to help you to learn and never let you down. They always support brilliant students in the class and on the other hand they never abandon weak students too. Some people complain that school building architecture is ugly but just keep in mind the UDC construction completion dated back to 1851. So, I don't let this to impair my judgement about very good professors and education in here.

Scott Minter: As a graduate student that completed a Master's in Education recently at UDC, I can speak for how the last 3 years or so have been. UDC is extremely unprofessional and unorganized. The customer service is appalling and it is very difficult to do simple tasks such as pay bills, register for classes, or track down employees. The staff is difficult to reach and rarely call you back or email after a request. I advise finding a different university if you are looking to continue in higher education. Granted, there are some very excellent professors, but it might not be worth your trouble to attend here.

NIKKI HARRIS: It is a shame that after paying the application fee and being sent an acceptance letter I find out there is a hold on my account. After looking into that, I was told I have an unpaid balance from 2005. I was also informed I had made payments which total about 75% of what was owed initially. I was told to see if I qualify for amnesty to cover what's stilled owed. I did and was told no. The reason being is I don't have a GPA of 2.0 at the time of owing. I don't have a GPA because I had withdrew from classes before I had received any credits for the classes I took back in 2004. I am very disappointed and feel let down. After all, I thought I would be starting classes this summer. UDC does not care about DC citizens trying to get an education. My situation is very unfair!

9. Library of Congress

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Library of Congress
Location
4.6
Prices
4.7
Classes
4.6
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.6

Address: 101 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20540

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 707-5000

Guy: Law library



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Mireille G: Favorite place I visited in D.C.. Words cannot begin to describe how gorgeous this building is inside and out. Every single detail so carefully thought out from the architecture to the art. Definitely go visit if you can, there’s so much to see. Also try and get a library card if you can it’s totally free and a fun souvenir to keep. It’s a legit library card and you can use it to enter the main reading room but you usually need to make an appointment weeks in advance to get in room but the card is a nice memory to keep.

Nicole Pascotescu: Beautiful. Photos will never do it justice, you need to see it in person! It’s literally breathtaking. It’s amazing to just stand in the middle of it and look up in awe. I went on a school trip from DC and it was a great learning experience. But really I’ve never seen such beautiful architecture and design.

Sonya Williams (Wildflowers and Hooyahs): What an incredible experience! It took us about twenty mins to get library cards but it was worth it! We also felt the amount of people there on a Tuesday was weird but it’s popular for a reason. Will def return. The staff were so nice and knowledgeable.

VikinGA: Gorgeous! The national library of the United States and the largest library in the world! Its collections include more than 30 million catalogued books and other print materials in 470 languages. It holds the largest rare book collection in North America, including the rough draft of the Declaration of Independence and one of the Gutenberg Bibles!!!

Ashok Patel: Library of Congress, a national symbol of knowledge is the largest and oldest library of United States established in 1800. This is the research library for Congress and open for public for research only and the books or materials can not be checked out. The library is housed in three buildings on Capitol Hill. The research material is from all over the world in more than 450 languages. The library has more than 160 million items and everyday 10,000 new items are being added. We booked the timed tickets online to visit the library. I couldn’t get the timed tickets 5 days before but some limited tickets are released everyday morning at 9.00 am. Exactly at 9.00 AM I tried and I got the desired time slot. There is no entry fee. As a book lover, it was my dream to visit this unbelievable and incredible heritage library. Anyone can have access to the library if you have Reader Identification Card. The building architecture and the sculptures inside and outside are absolutely stunning. It is very theatrical, heavily ornamented and the decorative paintings and beautiful sculptures place this building among greatest art and architecture in America. The exhibition of photography and about Rosa Parks was very impressive. The mosaics, the frescos and the stained glass work is amazing. Thomas Jefferson’s personal library and the main reading room is great attraction. Unfortunately, we could see the main reading room from high above with limited sight through the thick glass. I wanted to see those millions of books on the shelves as I dreamed off, but what I saw was mostly exhibitions in a museum kind of setting. However, this is a must see attraction.

Richa Rashmi: What an amazing Greek architecture! This place is a jungle of Corinthian columns, a sea of books and a sky of murals. It’s absolutely stunning. Be sure to checkout Jefferson’s own donation of myriad books along with an exhibition of Rosa Park’s works. Also, entry is by appointment only. There’s a book shop that hosts souvenirs ranging from books to crockeries.

Juhi Pac: Beautiful historic building with gorgeous architecture. There are two and a half floors of museum-exhibits of some of the maps and records that the library keeps. Absolutely worth it for the free price and close proximity to South Capitol metro station

Rany SADER: By far, one of the best experiences ever if you are into culture. A fan of books, I loved the place, the heritage, the building and the whole experience. Don’t think twice if you like a Library. One of the best I ever visited.

Jon Scott: This is a must visit while in DC. The architecture and history was worth every minute. Take time to ask a Docent about specifics of the area you are in. Jim (docent) was so knowledgeable and spent ten minutes explaining the sculpture and paintings. The photographic exhibit was a bonus and Tomas Jefferson’s library exhibit was as well.

Alexandra B: A library dedicated to knowledge and education in every way possible. One of my favorite places in DC. Every inch of this building is a tribute to history, the pursuit of knowledge, and the contributions of those who came before us. Note you have to reserve a timed entry pass online in order to visit the library.

10. The George Washington University

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The George Washington University
Location
4.2
Prices
4.2
Classes
4.3
Facilities
4.2
Teachers
4.2

Address: 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-1000

Guy: University



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Quinn Peters: This university is ruled out as a possible location for my children to attend. As long as that fraud of a justice Clarence Thomas has a professorship here, I’ll never give this place a red cent and I’ll pray every day for it’s ultimate failure.

Dominick Withanachchi: Love the way its situated. If you like a university in a big city, this is one of the best.

SusanTerry Beverly: A lovely city campus. However there are signs of vandalism showing. Let's be cognizant of our surroundings at all times and put an end to this type of behavior immediately.

Ittipat Prapaprasert: Known as 'G-dub' or 'GW', this university has been a bedrock of Washington identity since its founding in 1821. Besides shaping much of the American political landscape, GW has shaped the capital itself, buying up town houses on such a scale that it is now the city's second-biggest landowner after the federal government.

bayazid ahamed: George Washington, the first President of the United States, advocated for the establishment of a national university in the U.S. capital in his first State of the Union address in 1790 and continued to promote this idea throughout his career and until his death.[8][9] In his will, Washington left shares in the Potomac Company to endow the university. However, due to the company's financial difficulties, funds were raised independently.On February 9, 1821, the university was established by an Act of Congress first as Columbian College and then as Columbian University, making it one of only five universities in the United States with a Congressional charter. The university's undergraduate and graduate schools includes the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Elliott School of International Affairs, the GWU School of Business, the School of Media and Public Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the GWU Law School and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. GWU's main Foggy Bottom campus is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank located on campus and the White House and the U.S. Department of State within blocks of campus. GWU hosts numerous research centers and institutes, including the National Security Archive and the Institute for International Economic Policy. GWU also has two satellite campuses: the Mount Vernon campus, located in D.C.'s Foxhall neighborhood, and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Loudoun County, Virginia. GWU is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity".The university offers degree programs in seventy-one disciplines, enrolling around 11,000 undergraduate and 15,500 graduate students. GWU is home to extensive student life programs, a strong Greek culture, and over 450 other student organizations. The school's athletic teams, the George Washington Colonials, play in the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. GWU also annually hosts numerous political events, including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund's Annual Meetings.[14] The university's alumni, faculty, and affiliates include 16 foreign heads of state or government, 28 United States senators, 27 United States governors, 18 U.S. Cabinet members, five Nobel laureates, two Olympic medalists, two Academy Award winners, and a Golden Globe winner.GWU has over 1,100 active alumni in the U.S. Foreign Service and is one of the largest feeder schools for the diplomatic corps.

Garth Hedley: Amazing complex, beautiful buildings and friendly atmosphere.

Steven Zimmerman: an outstanding University for our son to obtain his Masters in Public Health

Anthony Scott: While the food was descent, the service was so so. Once the cashier finally paid attention to us and we were able to order, she was very friendly. But prior to taking our order, she continued to talk to another employee and chat about non work stuff and ignore customers. The sweet potato fries and grasshopper shake were very good.

frfrpr: Can't believe the University has not addressed the rat infestation problem. Scary

Taylor Fain: Very disappointed in their response to covid. Forcing students who have children to go back into classes of 150 people. Very irresponsible and not taking safety seriously.

11. NACA

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516 reviews
NACA
Location
4.5
Prices
4.4
Classes
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: 7731 Alaska Ave NW, Washington, DC 20012

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 328-6333

Guy: Non-profit organization



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Ezekiel Abimbola: NACA is a great home buying program. which was introduced to me by a friend of mine. I am very pleased with my journey with the NACA process thus far. My counselor, Langston Wright, He is a fantastic guy and very professional and he has been helping me maneuver through the process while setting expectations. In this program, there is no down payment, no closing costs, no private mortgage insurance, no fees. They help a lot of people become homeowners. I'm excited about my journey to soon becoming a homeowner.

Admassu Woldemichael: AW&RY It was around end of 2018 or January 2019 that my wife and I first heard about an amazing NACA home purchase program, so that we immediately signed and joined the NACA program. Everything went as planned, and we found a house and made an offer for that house and finally because of a finance or one of our incomes was not added, and as result, we could not move forward and suspended for some time due to Covid 19. Then we reschedule around 2021, which is certainly not an easy journey, but with the help of God and her help, our professional and helpful counselor, Ms. Diandra, tells us what is needed. With help of her, we are now very close to the re-qualification. NACA is a great home buying program and the counselors are very helpful and professional

Mustafa Sidiqi: NACA home buying program is an amazing opportunity that help you own home. The Counselors are very helpful to make sure that they help you through the process until you become a home owner. In addition to that not only help you buy a home but help after closing. My Counselor Colin is amazing person, he is helping with the process now and it has been very smooth with the documents that I need to submit. Also, he is very easy going person to make sure that pre submitting documents were easy and explanatory to make sure I understand why we need certain documents. Most importantly, he wants to make sure everything that is required are being submitted. I have recommended NACA to a lot of my friends and family to get involve and become a home owner. Lastly, I would recommend for everyone is that take your time reading the action plan and spend good amount of time understand your action plan.

Ted Hurley: The NACA counselors are very patient and helpful, especially with people who are of a certain age (like me) who are computer-challenged. With every step of the process there is an explanation of what to do and a thorough follow-up. My wife and l are well underway to our completion of the NACA program. I also have siblings who have completed their home purchases with NACA and couldn't be happier. I can't wait to be among them !

Tyana Trotz: The NACA program has been very instrumental in helping me achieve my goals of home ownership. They have simplified the process and created very easy ways to complete the steps to achieve home ownership. My counselor has answered all of my questions and has provided details about the program. They are always available and the phone answering service has been very helpful answering different questions I have as well. This is a great program for first time home buyers like me, who are just getting started and need assistance. I am so thankful for the people who have helped me so far. I am excited to continue this process and achieve my dream of home ownership.

Chauncey Dennie: I have just met with my NACA counselor Colin yesterday and he believes I will be approved relatively quickly. I might even be in a home before the end of the year. I am very pleased with my journey with the NACA process thus far. In this program, there is no down payment, no closing costs, no private mortgage insurance, no fees. In addition, they provide budgeting assistance. I truly believe NACA will help me to realize my dream of becoming a homeowner sooner rather than later.

Amber Tyler: NACA has been a journey. The counselors are kind and patient with you as you try to understand the home buying process and what it'll take for you to obtain your first set of keys. The program is great for first time home buyers. Be patient, there are a lot of step and verbiage to learn which the counselors are great at explaining. The journey is worth it.

Constance Best: I joined the NACA community in 2021, thus far the process has been seamless. My counselor – Ms. Mercado, is very professional, timely, and patient. During my intake session, I was given an action plan to follow with the goal being for me to come back in 3 months ready to move to the next phase. I am grateful for this opportunity and look forward to completing the program and receiving my qualification letter.

Tamuno Daniels: I had my counseling session with my NACA counselor today, and she was amazing! Both personable and professional, she made me feel very comfortable during our session. While reviewing my web file she made sure I understood her review process. At the end of the call, she very sweetly congratulated me on beginning the home buying process! I look forward to working with her and feel reassured that she will help me have a pleasant home buying experience.

Lantider Bekele: I heard about NACA from different friends of mine. All in one-voice recommended NACA if I need to purchase a home without any hassle or no down payment. I enrolled and uploaded most of the required documentations in my Web-file. I am now in the process of getting approved for the loan to purchase the home. The counselor with whom I spoke to schedule my intake counseling session is so nice, helpful and very patient in explaining things. I've never been happier. I'm looking forward to purchasing my home very soon. I recommend everyone to check out this program.

12. U.S. Department of Transportation

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U.S. Department of Transportation
Location
3.8
Prices
3.9
Classes
3.8
Facilities
3.8
Teachers
3.8

Address: 1200 New Jersey Ave SE, Washington, DC 20590

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 366-4000

Guy: Department of Transportation



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Carol Macinnes: Very excited about the Tampa Heights project recently approved by USDOT. It is much needed for replacing water pipes, connecting communities divided by I275 through improved transit opportunities, inceasing the safety of intersections, creating bike lanes and Smart Streets. A wonderful investment that will help this area thrive again. Thank you all at USDOT and to the leadership of Secretary Buttigieg and his teams.

badu jabar: Roads policing laws outdated , today's laws can't dissuade anyone. Driving across America is chaotic, wreckless, agressive, dangerous, deadly & nothing is done. We're desensitized to deaths on the road. It's become a spectacle rather than a tragedy. Police cruisers make little difference. We can catch toll cheaters but we can't catch driving offenders. Technology could help, why not use it ? Better roads when unpoliced lead to more risk taking , more deaths.& poor quality of living. We fight for space rather than share it . People will do what they can get away with. DO SOMETHING

Darin James: Great to see USDOT, under the leadership of Secretary Buttigieg, effectively implementing the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

Laura Montes: Under Secretary Pete Buttigieg Transportation Department is now well known and has increased its profile.

Buffi Buckley: Secretary Pete Buttigieg and the entire department are getting things done for us. Infrastructure finally means something again.

Bobbie Jansen: I’m so glad there’s finally someone who understands that transportation is about people!

Emily Loats: I love Pete Buttigieg!! Best secretary of Transportation ever!!

Sydney Steinberg: Secretary Pete Buttigieg doing a great job.

Jenn Harder: Secretary Buttigieg is doing a fantastic job!

Akber Alwani: I sent complaint for the transport company and never receive the reply, the phone number they have never work, after 1 hr of being waited the line get disconnect automatically, so we have only this company who can help me for my dispute with moving company and likely they are currently helpless and hopeless.

13. American University

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American University
Location
4.1
Prices
4.1
Classes
4.2
Facilities
4.1
Teachers
4.1

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 885-1000

Guy: Private university



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Praveen Sriram: Stayed here in the summer of 2005 for my internship in Washington DC and the experience was absolutely fabulous with the dining halls and the gym being my favorites. No complaints at all and excellent customer service from the residence hall staff. I sometimes wish I studied Accounting at this university than at the one I studied at. Great school and great residence halls. Highly recommend! A+

cat wu: It's an average college, no particular major that's really standout around the country or the world. Courses are not that challenged compare to some other higher ranking schools and that probably explains why graduates don't get the best careers, you get what you work for. One thing should be mentioned is that dorms have a lot of rats.

洪銘勳: I have received my master of law degree (international legal studies) from the Washington College of Law of this school. It’s a very internationalized and excellent university. I really miss it.

Santiago Tovar: My friend is away at a summer camp and given the precarious infrastructure of your so called "university" has no wifi. He is unable to communicate with friends and family. This is outrageous, its unfair. Please fix this ASAP.

Adam Cox: Graduated school here in 2005. Students are very engaged and staff friendly. Great place to study.

Gabrielle Thompson: Jacksfilms is a notable alum, and yet, I do not see his name. Therefore, I will not spend my valuable time or money on this university!

Sarah Ashworth: Loved my years at American!! Great diversity and learning community!

Igor Dorokhine: Priced at the level of Ivy League University but return is not at that level at all. BEWARE!

t Whittington: Great university. Amazing area. Amazing people.

TechCarsAnd EverythingElse: Mediocre University in DC. Georgetown is a better university.

14. Elliott School of International Affairs

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Elliott School of International Affairs
Location
4.5
Prices
4.4
Classes
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: 1957 E St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 994-6240

Guy: Graduate school



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Ray Mack: I really did not expected that so many people in Washington were interested in Central Asia culture. And so many people, businesses and funds are connected with live life of Central asian folks. Elliott School of international Affairs did great.

bonnie the bunny: Nice place. Rooftop with balcony. Lovely view. Lots of information.

Bill Schauman: Liked the new exhibit, "Waging Peace in Vietnam" about military personnel resistance to the war during the war. Building ok, enhanced by fresh-faced young people studying to be world leaders.

PRM: Looking to have an international affair? This is the place to learn how. No matter your sub-specialty, be it a sutric sachet with a sumptuous South Asian or a promenade to the polar palace of a Nordic Elsa, this is the place to learn how to do it right. Emphasis is on fostering students' understanding of how to get in quickly, make the most of the affair, and leave without creating an international scene. Exit strategies are gamed out in detail and students are encouraged to think holistically - staying friends afterward - and outside the box.

Robert Ulrey: View from the conference room on the top floor here is amazing. Overlooks the Washington monument, department of interior, and a bunch of other memorials. Wish I could have watched the fireworks from here.

Diego Blanco: Ranked the 8th best International Relations school in the world, most of the professors and speakers used to be ambassadors.

Emma Sutter: Awesome educational building with modern technology. The stairs are a great butt workout, too.

Tino Stephens: One of the greatest school of international affairs not only in the nation but, the world!

Rozey Chan: Professors from all over the world and of all professions! You always learn something new from lectures given in Elliott :)

Veronica Red: Beautiful building, bathrooms are behind in the renovation cycle.

15. Georgetown University

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Georgetown University
Location
4.4
Prices
4.5
Classes
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057

Telephone: (202) 687-0100

Guy: University



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Alex Kolkena: For the record, I didn't go to school here, but I've only heard good things. From a tourist's perspective, there's plenty of neat architecture on campus. It's in one of the older sections of Washington DC, so definitely worth checking out.

Da-Wang Wu: I have several talented colleagues who graduated from Georgetown University, so I always want to visit this school. The campus is very beautiful, especially with the fall foliage. It’s a nice half-day trip to visit the university, the shopping area (mainly on M Street), the canal and the waterfront park.

Danny L: Must place to visit if you are visiting DC. Lots of things to do around the university. Great place for photography and sightseeing. Plenty of Restaurants around that area. You would love it.

David Gilbank: I fulfilled a lifelong ambition when I came to Georgetown to see where The Exorcist was filmed. I particularly wanted to throw my self down the stairs that featured in the finale. Obviously that could cause terrible damage, so I through a soft toy down instead. See photos. Its a brilliant beautiful neighbourhood. Well worth a visit.

Mj Dillenburg: Great graduation ceremonies! Except for the 95 degree heat and humidity....it was beautiful.

Adnana K: I've had my last two kids here. They met all my needs in that time. Both C-sections were done perfectly. Two and a half days hospital stay. Recovery was very successfull. Staff was very friendly and professional. I highly recommend this hospital.

Russ Watts: Excellent university, superb perspective on the political realm, mindful about the Jesuit values.

Enric Piferrer Torres: We stopped for a quick walk around the university buildings, and it was worth it! It reminded me of Harry Potter somehow. Beautiful main building. We parked outside for free in a 2 hour parking (no meter). The neighborhood is beautiful too

Justin Ahearn: So charming and beautiful. Feel like I’m going to get culture of Washington DC and the people that I meet are great

lilian gonzalez: I do not come to school here but it's a must place to visit and see in person!!! The buildings are so beautiful and massive. It's breathtaking. The surrending place to grab food is amazing and you can bring it back and either sit in the rocking chairs or picnic tables they have or bring a blanket and lay under a tree and relax!! It's so nice!!

16. The Pentagon

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The Pentagon
Location
3.9
Prices
3.9
Classes
4
Facilities
3.9
Teachers
3.9

Address: Washington, DC

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (703) 697-1776

Guy: Federal government office



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Visi Socks: I tried applying for a job. They kept saying stuff like, "What? NO!!" and "What are doing in my office? How did you get in here?!" and "He's covered in baby oil, I cant grab him!"Hot dogs were soggy too.

Gregg Brennan: Getting kind of run down....the floors need polishing, a new coat of paint wouldn't be bad either. I guess the maintenance budget is only a minute sliver of the yearly 700 billion DOD budget.

Heleen Raes: I've taken the tour 3 times and I always see new parts of the building which is nice! The tour guides are very friendly and are happy to answer (reasonable) questions. Security is stringent but friendly. The appointment confirmation always says you have to be there an hour before your tour, but if you get there 40 minutes before you're totally fine too. And oh, it's usually quite cold in the building (even in the summer) so make sure you bring a sweater!

person that exists: Everything is a bit all existence is for the bit this is a bit ur mom is bit your whole your family all your loved ones are just a bit your whole life are a bit noting more nothing less this is a bit

Pasala Prasad: Not allowed to visit inside, due to week end, due to covid19 pandemic. Police politely guided to place upto which visitors allowed.

karl patureau: I've seen it from the car window twenty-five years ago. Roughly. If my memory serves me well enough. Serviceable, minus the years of debugging. We need to be able to send and receive. Translate. Store and label. Be aware- protocol adapting, rescuers might debug foreign introductions for a boss to God process request. At WCS, robots fighting robots. Required.

Gary Asciutto: Very emotional to be here on 9/11. And then to see the light at 9:00PM sent chills from my heart to my soul. I will NEVER forget!! ❤️

LIL Chicken: Wife got shot worst of all soda was flat. Cool Aliens though.

Kerensta Blacken: We visited the pentagon memorial 10/2018 on school field trip . Be prepared to walk a distance and watch for signs of where you can and can’t use your camera or phone to take photos or videos . The memorial did provide places to sit if needed .

Kaiser PoultryNugget: Why not a hexagon?? Why not Square? Why Pentagon?! Why not Circle? Why not heptagon? Why not Octagon? Why not a Hectogon? Why not a tetrahectagon? Why America!? Answer me!!