Guestbook

7 thoughts on “Guestbook

  1. It’s embarrassing to have a friend come to visit DC and realize you don’t know the first thing about the place you live. Capitol Spaces saved the day…even as we were driving on the beltway, my guest and I learned some jaw-dropping information about its origins. It *is* actually possible to be both encyclopedic and engaging. I don’t think there’s anyone else I’d trust to give me or my guests insights into DC or anywhere else they travel.

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  2. These tours are like getting backstage passes to our favorite city. We thought we knew DC pretty well, but our guide’s knowledge of Washington facts and trivia was incredible — we never knew how much we didn’t know! We also appreciated how they were able to work around our schedules and tailor the tour to our interests.

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  3. Aloha kakahiaka e’David (Good morning David) Mahalo (Thank you) for yesterday. it was amazing and you really did cater to our needs and interests we had a blast. we also received many confirmations and spiritual insights you being one of them reassuring us that we are on the right path and this journey of ours is intended
    aloha o’e a hui hou

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  4. Knowledgeable, personable, accommodating…all this and more. I feel very fortunate to have found a guide who truly offers customized tours. My daughter and I felt like privileged guests of the city. The entire experience exceeded our expectations. You can’t go wrong with a guide who cares so much and aims to please.

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  5. My family took a neighborhood tour with Capitol Spaces and we met the most amazing realtor, Ashley Fitzgerald. She was wonderful and patient with the kids. She helped us set some important priorities and set our minds at ease. http://capitalspaces.com/

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  6. I just returned from a 6-day east coast history tour with my middle school students and several parents. Our group of 41 was guided around DC by Clift. He was amazing! He easily connected with the students, sending them off on fact-finding scavenger hunts at each stop. The students loved asking him questions about politics, architecture, history, and general DC life, and they quickly found there was no end to his knowledge. While we were walking from one site to another and during dinner, the chaperones sidled up to him and peppered him with more philosophical questions. He satisfied all. We were so grateful to have a guide who lived in and loved his city. His passion was contagious. It was also a huge relief to me to be able to leave the logistics to another person for two days: Clift knew every bus zone, shady picnic spot, best entry times, and quickest ways from point A to point B, and best places to feed a crowd. He made the city accessible, and he made the city come alive. It was an unforgettable experience. I look forward to my next trip to DC with Capitol Spaces.

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