Alright guys, I know some of you are probably tired of the DC posts so be happy to know that this is the last one! I had such an amazing in DC time and did do much! Today I will be sharing with you Ford’s Theater and where Abraham Lincoln died. If you didn’t know…… Continue reading Visiting Fords Theater
This was the last day of our amazing DC trip and it was pouring rain and hailing! We bundled up, got our umbrellas out and braved the cold! Our final destination was the Natural History Museum but we decided to stop at all the museums we could along the way because of the rain! First…… Continue reading 5 DC Museums in 1 day!
On my last post I wrote all about visiting Arlington National Cemetery. Arlington is so close to all of monuments we decided to walk! All it is a short walk (about a half a mile) across a bridge and then it leaves you right next to the Lincoln Memorial. Since the Lincoln Memorial is so…… Continue reading A Guide to the Monuments of DC
Arlington, what a humbling experience. Seeing the thousands of rows of gravestones of those brave men and women that died in service for our country puts everything at a different perspective. Arlington is just outside of Washington DC, so close, you can actually see it from the city. You can also walk across the bridge…… Continue reading What to see at Arlington National Cemetery and the Iwo Jima Memorial
Oh how beautiful Mount Vernon is! If you don’t know what Mount Vernon is, it’s George Washington’s home. If you’re visiting Washington DC, make time to get there. It’s so close, those of you wanting an athletic challenge could ride your bike there. Yes, there is a path all the way there from DC. We…… Continue reading A Girl’s Guide to Mount Vernon
We got up at the break of dawn to go to the Supreme Court. jk! It was only 7:00! But getting up early really paid off, there were no crowds so we got in and out in an hour. As soon as we got there we watched a short video about the Supreme Court, how…… Continue reading My Verdict on the Supreme Court!
After the National Archives we made our way over to the White House Museum and the actual White House. Unfortunately, we signed up too late to actually take a tour of the White House building, but maybe next time! You need to put in a request to your Congressperson at least 6 months in advance so…… Continue reading Hello Mr.President!