Exploring Washington DC and the Big Apple

Published: September 17, 2018
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Round trip cruise tour of Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

Round trip cruise tour of Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

I travelled to the United States and visited the capital of the US, Washington DC and the hustling bustling Big Apple aka New York! Washington, DC is a vibrant city with fantastic history, culture, an incredible food scene, and so much more. Our second stop New York on the other hand can’t even be described; it truly is something that needs to be experienced! Spanning everything from the excellent pizza, their expansive arts and culture scene to having a place in history as always being at the center of innovation, be it architectural or technological – NYC was a dream!

Enjoying a pleasant walk at Times Square, NYC

Enjoying the husatle and bustle of Times Square, NYC

Getting our caricatures made at Times Square, New York

Outside John F Kennedy Center for the performing arts to watch the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The King and I

Seasonal Sicilian Cheesecake on the house for the birthday boy

The United States’ first naval war hero, John Paul Jones Memaorial in Washington D.C.

The Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

A spectacular view from the Observatory Deck of the Empire State Building

The three-story M&M’s store in New York. One cannot leave without buying something!

Chicken Scampi – A must try dish at Olive Garden, NYC

A beautiful view of the Washington Harbor in Georgetown, Washington D.C.

Doing all the touristy things- At Abraham Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Dont miss the statue of Andrew Jackson in front of the White House in Washington DC, USA

Nothing beats a classic Sangria at Olive Garden, NYC

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