On the third day, we went to George Washington University and walked around. There wasn’t any tours available and there really wasn’t much to do there. After walking around George Washington University, we went to the fish market which wasn’t a very pleasant experience because, one it smelled like fish, two the bathroom was horrible, and three there were no chairs to sit on while eating on a hot day.
After exploring the fish market we went to the Holocaust museum. At the museum we learned about the survivors of the Holocaust, their stories, and the living conditions that they had to live in. After this we went passed by the Smithsonian Castle where our next stop was the Museum of Natural History. Inside this museum we saw a lot of animals but the one archive in there that was the best was the photographs. Those photographs were absolutely beautiful and takes a lot of timing, patience, luck, and skill to take. By the end of the day, we ate dinner at Okibowl. At Okibowl, I ate ramen, and the best thing about this restaurant was the bathroom which looked very amazing with a lot of electronics as decoration. . This marks the end of our three days in Washington DC. One aspect that was surprising was that the crosswalk system at Washington DC, which gave us a lot more time in the shorter intersections and less time in the longer intersections and unlike San Francisco it shows the amount of time left at the beginning of the green light.