We went to Georgetown University in the morning. My first impression of the school was it was a very European feeling with red bricks and old, good looking buildings. Everywhere in the university has air conditioning which was cool. We went on a tour around the university. After we went to Georgetown for food but the food are not appealing so I went to 7-Eleven for lunch. Georgetown is a college town so there are many shopping stores such as H&M. Georgetown overall is pretty but not so much to do inside the university.
The transportation in the city is quite slow, bus come in every 15 - 20 minutes. That was the reason why we walked so much. After Georgetown, we went to National Archives. We went to see those historic documents such as the Declaration of Independence and Constitution. Later, we went to Chinatown for food. The Chinatown is so different from what I expect. Everything considered in Chinatown are American shops translated into Chinese name such as Chipotle and McDonald’s, even some clothing stores has some interesting translation of their name.
Afterward, we went to the National Mall Night Tour. The tour was interesting. The tour guide has great humor and the way he talked is like a crash course of history review again. We got to see the White House and all the monuments. We are all tired and we went back to hotel with swelling feet.
P.s. for myself: Great Job again! You didn't eat fast food