People tend to check in during these times:
Be sure to visit the Rayburn Foyer if you're into busts of creepy men protruding from walls!
Sit out in the courtyard near the fountain on a nice day.
"HousePublic" WiFi password is - you'll never guess this - "HousePublic"
I hear this is where disfunction happens and the downfall of the world begins.
Be prepared to wait in line for security if you get there at peak hours
Definitely call every office and complain to the interns. They love that.
I recommend an omelette and hash browns for breakfast from the cafeteria. Always fresh.
Shootin some news in the old 'tunda....
Rayburn is named after longtime former Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn. It was completed in 1965 and at 2.375 million square feet (220,644 m²) is the largest congressional office building.
If you are going from sub-basement to first floor (or vice versa) it's often quicker to use the escalators.
I always get lost in this building - I use the floor maps after being screened to sort out where to go.
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Make the trip to Longworth's cafeteria, it's worth it.
This is where the shot callers work.
I'm just a bill sitting here on Capitol Hill
Floor is denoted by the 2nd number in the room number.
ALWAYS DOUBLE FLUSH...IT KEEPS THE FOUL SMELL AWAY..
The fruit bar during breakfast has really good cut grapefruit. Be healthy and skip the fried stuff.
Stir fry in caf healthy & tasty. Don is very friendly as he makes it to order.
Named for Sam Rayburn (D-TX) Speaker of the House (1940-1947, 1949-1953), the longest serving Speaker in U.S. History. Room numbers are 4 digits and begin with 2.
Worked here and had a blast. Things have changed though!