A day tour in Washington DC is not enough. The adventure begins once you travel with their very famous historical places. The best part is, traveling around is not that very distant to each other. I get to enjoy over looking at the riverside estate of Washington DC which is the Potomac River. There are popular pastimes that you can do with the city’s vast river basin like fishing, paddling, sight seeing, boating, hiking, wild life and many more.
Furthermore, the capital of the United States was very clean, quiet and historical which are only few of the many to describe Washington DC. Monuments, Parks, Free Entrances in the Museums and the Zoo are the ones I get to see. I am very lucky indeed that I have seen a great place were I can recommend to put in your bucket list. The best part of the tour is that I get to be with the people whom I cherished most as my own family and being with the kids I am so attached with. Someday I guess, I will bring my husband and son here so they can experience the historical vibe as well.
The Potomac River, over seeing the bridge. when you are driving you are going to pass this bridge to Abraham Lincoln’s Memorial.Over looking from the Memorial. Of course, I will have to capture this moment.The CapitolAbraham Lincoln’s Memorial : where it was built between the Capitol and Potomac River. The West side lies the Arlington National Cemetery, East is the Washington Monument over seeing the reflecting pool.The Washington Monument : where it was built after the late and the first President of the United States, George Washington. People there also called this as the Washington’s Tower or the Pencil Tower because of how it was built.But of course, you would not complete the tour without seeing the White House where the official President of the United States resides and meant to be his or her own work place. Was lucky being here as I only saw this in the movie Independence Day when I was young.And viola! Selfies!