One of the most beautiful buildings in the National Mall is the Smithsonian Institution Building better known as The Castle. The name seemed obvious because it does look like a castle and you can imagine a prince or a princess living a luxurious life inside it. Too bad The Castle does not house any royalty. Instead it is the home of the Smithsonian Information Center. Which means, that before you go around the different museums inside the National Mall, you should start here. But of course, there's Google which made things a lot easier for us to sort out which museums we wanted to go given our very limited time. And the friends we were with have been to the National Mall a few times so they were happy to show us around.
Just a short recap of where we've been inside the National Mall. We started exploring The Lincoln Memorial, then walked along the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool until we reached the National World War II Memorial. We just continued walking to the Washington Monument. All of the earlier mentioned sights have been documented on VitoriVitaTV. Then off we went to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History which is what I talked about on my previous post. To see it click, HERE!
I am super loving the red sandstone walls.
The Victorian atmosphere is very enchanting.
We continued to walk and some were lucky enough to have their boyfriends carry them.
And then we found a picture-perfect spot!
It looked like a Secret Garden and the perfect pit-stop to rest our tired feet.
We asked Yanik how VitoriVita will pose given this scenic background. And this is how he did it. A straight guy's point of view on the VitoriVita poses. So funny!
Backstreet Boys or NSYNC or your neighbourhood gangsters. Do I even pass as one?
I believe that this is how VitoriVita does photoshoots!
We had so much fun posing in front of this cute fountain while we tried to incorporate a few chitchats in between. But then we had to go to our next stop because time is of the essence and we had to make sure that we cover the important attractions in DC. We carried on and walked to the Smithsonian's National Air & Space Museum. I guess this was the museum that really tickled my dream of flying.
See yah on my next post or maybe on my next big pose? Hahahahahaha!!!
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For more information about the Smithsonian Institution Building, click HERE.
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