Another sunny day and we began the day by visiting George Washington University. Unfortunately we were unable to tour the University fully because it was not opened for touring that day. However, we were able to walk around outside of the campus. George Washington University is different from Georgetown University because George Washington University looks more modern and it is integrated in the city. If I had to decide which school I would go to I would prefer Georgetown because of the community, environment, and the architectural style of the buildings. In addition, I really liked their mascot, a bulldog. But to be fair we had a guided tour of Georgetown University whereas, we were unable to for George Washington University. Later that day we bussed down to the fish/ seafood market. We ate our lunch there and I had potato wedges and clam chowder. The potato wedges reminded me of home because I would usually buy them from Safeway near my school. And the fish market reminds me of the Fisherman wharf back in San Francisco. Afterwards we headed back to the national mall to go to the museums. We walked over to the Holocaust museum and later to the museum of natural history. I personally love museums so I was very excited and energetic. We were able to see many different exhibits inside the museum of natural history since the museum is huge. When we left the museum of natural history building it was pouring rain. We bought ponchos from the museum and we looked like a mob of blue riding hoods or blue people. So even if someone gets lost they can pinpoint the group easily. We went to a ramen shop, Oki Bowl, for dinner and the most important part of the shop is the restroom. If you didn’t go to the restroom it means you were never in that shop. Why? Because the restroom is just amazing and breathtaking, it reminds me of a mechanical grave yard. If you are curious you must go see the restroom yourself.