We spent three days sightseeing and felt like we didn't even see half of it. The first two days we walked everywhere (hello 13 miles each day!), and then on the third day, we rented bikes and toured the city that way. I highly recommed doing both! It was easy to pop in and out of museums by just walking because we didn't have to find places to park our bikes. And then it was a breeze to ride through "the mall" (area between the Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial) and sightsee all the monuments.
Some of our favorite places in D.C.
The Museums. Oh the museums...they are awesome! We didn't even visit very many, but the ones we did just blew us away! One huge perk of the museums are that they are all free admission! We visited the National Museum of Natural History, the National Museum of American History, the National Museum of the American Indian, the Smithsonian Institution Information Center, and the National Archives. There are SO many more museums that we would like to visit so we will definitely be back!
Restaurants we ate at and loved:
Plan B Burger
Hill Country BBQ (this place was our favorite!)
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