Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Street Level: Garfield Street

I finally got out and took some new pictures for Street Level!  Today we're headed to Garfield Street in Northwest D.C.  On the map, Garfield Street is a series of short stretches that start and stop abruptly, so driving it is something of a challenge.  But the houses are so lovely all along the street that it's worth it.  Garfield Street starts in a neighborhood known as The Palisades on the far western edge of the city and runs east to Woodley Park.  It's almost exclusively residental, but you do pass St. Albans School and the Embassy of Belgium along the way.  Have a look-see!

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