Winter vacation to Washington, DC
Early cup of Cappuccino!
The White House
The World War II Memorial
Honoring the men and women who fought for our freedom.
The Lincoln Memorial
View from the Lincoln Memorial to the Reflecting Pool, which was under construction at that time.
The Washington Monument, was closed due to an earthquake damage.
Day 1 of our trip to Washington, DC
Departing from Orlando, FL at 4:00am
Arriving to Fredericks (a town an 1hr away from Washington, DC) we stay the night there, around 8:00pm.
Day 2 arrived to Washington, DC around 8:00am to begin our 2nd day tour to the Memorials and Monuments.
Day3- We visit the Galleries and Museums
Day 4- Departed Washington, DC
We walked over 30 miles on those three days,
Drove over 1,200.00 miles,
Got lost over many times!!!jejeje.
I'll be posting Part II of my trip, very soon! I took over 300 photos. There was so many things to see that we need it more time. This was my 3rd time visiting Washington, DC and I always learn something new and different every time I visit. The district area is very busy, I mean busssy! So, If you planning to visit Washington, DC prepare yourself mentally and physically for this type of trip. It's very challenging if you are not used to traveling around a big city.