"T Street NW Meanders Through the City"
T Street NW is a long meandering street that wanders through the whole city, from the rather shabby and run down east end to the large hotels and more upscale apartments on the other end of Washington. If you are given an address to visit on T Street, make sure you know whether it is North East or North West and try to clarify the cross streets, since it can be confusing to follow. Most of the homes on this street are small and narrow homes that are either one or two family structures. When you get toward the central part of the city, the houses become a little more ornate, made of brick with some intricate cupolas and porches. Some of them are four stories tall, but are still quite narrow and only have one family living in them. For the most part, T Street is a safe street, even though some of the homes are a bit shabby. The owners or residents do take pride in their homes and keep them up to the best of their ability. As you get further west on T Street NW, the homes become more upscale, but regardless of where you go on this street, there isn't a high level of friendliness by the residents. Nor do you see a lot of children. There is good access to services and shopping, since T Street crosses a lot of major intersections as it meanders through the city.