The Passengers will be picked from New York
City and New Jersey in the morning, and our tour starts. We will drive you to
Philadelphia, which was the previous capital city of the United States of
America. Then we go to the National Independence Park and see the Liberty Bell
and also the Independence Hall. Following we move on to Washington DC, and see
the US Capitol, the White House, also the National Air and Space Museum. We pay
our respects at the Jefferson and Lincoln memorial, also the Korean War and
Vietnam War memorial. Enjoy a lovely cruise on the Potomac River also if time
permits we grab the opportunity to visit the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
Bell: The cracking of the Liberty Bell announced
the American Independence. The sign of American Spirit and Revolution, this
bell is as old as 250 years old and was crafted in 1752.
Hall: The National Independence Park other than the
Liberty Bell also houses the Independence Hall. A historic venue where the American Constitution was debated, ratified
and written by the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.
Air and Space museum: A Smithsonian Institute here
in Washington DC, which displays the history of flight and exhibits related to it.
Things related to people like Wright Brothers, Buzz Aldrin, etc. can be seen
Capitol: Observe the intricately designed columns
and the much celebrated dome of the US Capitol, the house of the US Congress
for the past 200 years.
House: Get a chance to see one of the most famous
buildings in the world and the official residence and workplace of the American
President. This house sports Neo-classical architectural style.
Memorial: Be present at the memorial of the 3rd
president of the USA, Thomas Jefferson, built in 1943, it sees over 2 million
Memorial: Pay your homage at one of the most
popular political figures in the history of politics, the 16th
president of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln. He curbed out
slavery from American soil. He was the president during the American Civil War.
Veterans Memorial: Watch the Vietnam Veterans
Memorial as we pass by, which serves the place of resting and remembrance of
the dead and lost American soldiers in the tumultuous Vietnam War.
War Veterans Memorial: The American soldiers who
laid down their lives in the service of their nation during the Korean War,
rest here. Witness this triangular memorial as we pass by it.
River Cruise: Go on a cruise on the Potomac River
that runs along Washington DC. On the way, observe the many famous landmarks
that fall on the way from the water.
Tussauds Wax Museum: See the world famous
personalities standing in the lines of the hall of this museum. Created with
extreme precision, these life like figures has made this institution a
worldwide phenomenon. Come witness its Washington DC branch.
And then we go to our hotel to rest after a
tiring and satisfied day 1.
Hotel: Comfort Inn, Days Inn, Sleep Inn or similar