Second and last day DC, again with gorgeous weather. So I took the opportunity to walk around some for a change
I started with a long leisurely stroll through Georgetown, which was lovely, and ended it with lunch at the waterfront - that actually wasn't quite as lovely as there were constantly helicopters making their rounds. Then I headed once again over to the National Mall because I simply had to see the butterfly pavillion at the Natural History Museum - those of you who know me well are aware of this obsession And guess what, as it was Tuesday the whole thing was for free, yeah! And the pavillion was as great as anticipated, I even had butterflies land on me and stay with me for quite a while. Clearly today's highlight!
And then I walked by the Capitol whose dome unfortunately is in scaffolding at the moment (actually the whole National Mall is one big construction site) and as a final deed, I walked all the way over to the White House to stand amidst a thousand other tourists catching a glimpse through the fence... but now I can at least say I've seen it, I guess a visit to DC would not have been complete without it.