3 days in Washington DC

Posted on September 13, 2016, 4:55 pm


Day 1
Not different from my 6 days in NYC, I started with Chinatown than go for a walk in the biggest garden in DC where you can find :

  • Capitol Hill, US Botanic Gardens
  • Washington Monument, National World War II Memorial, Reflecting Pool
  • LincoIn Memorial, Vietnam War Veterans Memorial


Chinatown, WDC
Chinatown, WDC


Capitol Hill, US Botanic Gardens
Capitol Hill, US Botanic Gardens


Washington Monument, National World War II Memorial, Reflecting Pool
Washington Monument, National World War II Memorial, Reflecting Pool


LincoIn Memorial, Vietnam War Veterans Memorial
LincoIn Memorial, Vietnam War Veterans Memorial



Day 2

  • National Zoological Park.
    This zoo is big enough, you will need at last 0.5 day for your visit. With more than 1,800 animals from 300+ species, there is always something new to see at this zoo.
    I spend all day in this zoo ;)


Smithsonian's National Zoo
Smithsonian's National Zoo



Day 3

  • Hirshhorn Modern And Contemporary Art Museum
  • Air and Space Museum - Natural History Museum
  • The white House and end up with seeing sunset behind Washington Monument


Hirshhorn Museum
Hirshhorn Museum


Air and Space Museum
Air and Space Museum


Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum


The white House, Sunset behind Washington Monument
The white House, Sunset behind Washington Monument


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