As you know from the first part of this post, our daily schedule was such that

  • 9.30 am – National Mall
    • Lincoln Memorial
    • World War II Memorial
    • Washington Monument
    • The President’s Park
    • The White House
    • Thomas Jefferson Memorial
    • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
    • Tidal Basin Walking Tour
    • Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
    • Smithsonian Castle
    • Union Square
    • United States Capitol
  • 7.00 pm – Georgetown University
  • 7.30 pm – Georgetown Waterfront Park
  • 9.30 pm – Adams Morgan
  • 10.00 pm – Night tour on 18th St NW

After we ate our lunch we rent two electricity scooters (Lime) and visited The White House, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, Tidal Basin, MTK Memorial, and US Capitol respectively. They were all impressive and fabulous.

The Capitol Building is the most impressive one. It has a unique architecture. As iconic as the building is thanks to Hollywood, it truly is a beauty inside and outside. The history of the place is amazing. It is the center of democracy. We could not go inside the buildings because of the pandemic measurement. For example, we wanted to see the library in the Capitol building. Maybe we can do it the next time.