One side of the Department of Commerce
Entrance to the Aquarium
The White House Museum is housed in the commerce building
This statue is in McPherson Square across the street from the White House.
Next to the Washington Hotel and across the street from the Treasury is 'THE EXTRA MILE"
This man started GOOD WILL
This is the Willard Hotel. One of the oldest in the city.
Inside the lobby of the Willard hotel
The Treasury. Sits next to the White House
Another side of the Treasury
The front of the Treasury.
The Washington Hotel- Next door to the Willard and just as old. Across the street from the Treasury
The Washington Hotel
The White House from the Ellipse.
Looking out of the White House
The monument in the Ellipse. This monument is four-sided. It has five statues. One on top and one on each side. This is all about different wars, like the Seminole Indian War and the Civil War.
The blossoms are already starting to show
This tree on the lawn of the white house is enormous. The trunk was at least 20 feet around.
These pink magnolias are amazing.
The White house lawn
The snipers on the roof.
All the trees on the white house lawns are incredible
Statue outside of city offices to a former early mayor.
District of Columbia offices.
This is the building that houses the offices for the leaders of the city of District of Columbia. Here is the Mayors
Occupy DC- McPherson Square. What is left of it.
This is a statue outside of the Reagan building with a saying about Religious Freedom in America.
This is one of my favorite buildings in DC. It is the Eisenhower building. It sits next to the White House and holds the office of the Vice President and a whole lot of other offices. It is built in a beautiful french style and really is spectacular.