The Washington DC Tour continued with a visit to the Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. This museum is where you can meet your favorite stars made out of wax.
The first part of the tour are the historic figures from famous presidents, historic leaders, and historical events from slavery, the Great Depression, World War II, and other things along those lines.
However, the best part is seeing first hand at being the President of the United States from stepping out of the President’s Helicopter, to being sworn into office, and sitting in the President’s Desk in the Oval Office.
The other half of the tour contain famous celebrities from musicians, actors, athletes, and TV stars. Overall, it’s a great museum to visit whenever you come to Washington DC.
Another stop was the Eastern Market, but I learned that even though it had a variety of meats, produce, cheese, and other things, it was a little smaller than the Union Market, and it would’ve been better to come during nicer weather when they had the farmer’s market.
So, then it was off to the Fashion Center Mall at Pentagon City, which is one of the largest malls in Washington DC and a great place to get out of the cold. Like every mall I’ve been to, there’s plenty of shopping and dining options to choose from.
Plus, they even have a souvenir shop to bring a piece of DC home. However, I haven’t decided what to get and if I should buy it. As the tour continues, more surprises awaits me!