Multi-Lingual Washington Dc City Tour
Something that may already know is that you all don't speak the language. Theoretically, we would all speak the same language. Telling everyone to speak the most popular language doesn't solve things either. There are going to be things that make sure people can't communicate. Mandarin is considered to be the most popular language and there are still a large number of people who don't speak it.
A lot of you probably want to visit Washington DC. There is so much that you can get out making this place so special to other people. So much that is different in their tour that people did not get.
So much that you need to see for yourself that is often not thought of. So much that you need to think about for the rest of eternity. It being a language that you don't even get to recognize is something that would be very depressing.
There is a lot that goes into these processes. So much that is determined into seeing the good parts to the end. The place has tourists that come from so many different parts of the world. That means that other people are going to see what you have to offer.
There is a lot that you get out of going on this trip. You are going to meet people that are going to change your outlook on life. That is something that everybody should do if they want to be happy.
Start the tour by going to the White House, walking from the Old Executive Office Building, White House and U.S. Treasury Department.
Drive through Pennsylvania Avenue to see the Old Post Office, FBI, and National Archives. Stop at the US Capitol for a short walk.
After, drive behind the US Capitol to see the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress, driving through the Smithsonian Museums and arrive at the Washington Monument. While driving to the Washington Monument, see the Oval Office, Organization of the American States, stop at War World II to enjoy a nice walk and a panoramic view of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Thomas Jefferson and the US Capitol.
Keep on driving behind Thomas Jefferson to stop at Martin Luther King Jr, so you can have a walk again. Then we will go to Korea, walk inside Lincoln Memorial all the way to Vietnam.
From there drive to Virginia State to walk inside Arlington Cemetery and see Kennedy's Grave, Jacqueline Kennedy and two children, as well as Robert, Joseph P. Kennedy and Edward Kennedy. Eventually drive to Iwo Jima Memorial and the Pentagon to see the plane crash site on 9/11.
At the end of the tour you will decide where to stay (most tourists will end at any Smithsonian Museum).
Pickup & Return:
We will pick you up from your Hotel (Washington DC area).
The City Tour will end at any Smithsonian Museum.
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup
- Small-group tour
Does not include:
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
- Not wheelchair accessible