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Great Hotels Season 2 - Episode 3: Willard Inter-Continental Hotel, Washington, D.C.


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Take a lively armchair visit to some of the exceptional resort hotels throughout the United States. Along the way, host Samantha Brown experiences first-hand what makes these hotel destinations popular, appealing, unique, and memorable. Each episode presents an entertaining "story" of up to two different hotel destinations, complete with encounters and eccentricities that creatively show and tell what makes each hotel a great experience. Episode 3: Since 1850 the Willard Inter-Continental has been the hotbed of politics and power in Washington, D.C. Located along Pennsylvania Avenue a stone's throw from the White House, the historic hotel is known as "the residence of Presidents." Whether for an inauguration event or high-level international conference, the Willard has hosted almost every U.S. President since Zachary Taylor in 1849. Its prime location is perfect for seeing the popular sites of D.C. - Samantha heads to the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, with a short visit to the Washington Monument. For a quick history lesson, Samantha stops for a drink at the historic Round Robin Bar, where a Kentucky senator mixed D.C.'s first mint julep (she even learns the secret recipe!). Sam also explores one of the Willard's most notable retreats: the fabulous Honeymoon Suite offering a fantastic view of the Washington Monument! The Willard Inter-Continental's long and illustrious history has made it an historical treasure and one of America's most notable hotels. When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

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