Washington DC –  72 hours in style

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Day 1:  Washington DC for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from airport to hotel
Accommodation at The Hay-Adams*****
Featuring a location overlooking the White House, this historic Washington, D.C. hotel offers gourmet on-site dining options and easy access to major attractions.
The Hay-Adams hotel offers free WiFi, in-room Bose CD players and fine Italian bed linens.
The hotel also offers a free daily newspaper and a business centre.
While at The Hay, guests can enjoy on-site dining at the Lafayette Room, serving contemporary American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Off the Record Bar is also on-site and offers a unique dinner menu along with an extensive wine list.

Afternoon at leisure to visit the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture on the National Mall.
It is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote and highlight the contributions of African Americans. To date, the Museum has collected more than 36,000 artifacts and nearly 100,000 individuals have become members.

Day 2:
Private Monuments and Memorials Bike Tour
Bike along the National Mall and along the Potomac Tidal Basin. You will learn about the major presidential and war memorials and have a few minutes to explore each up close on this 3 hour guided bike tour.
This bike tour is perfect for couples of families! See the Washington Monument, Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, and more. This tour also gives you the chance to walk around and explore the memorials in depth. There is a lot to see, but you’ll get through it all in this leisurely yet efficient tour.
This tour is rated as easy and covers approximately 4 miles of flat terrain.

Enjoy lunch at Union Market
This gourmet food hall dishes up made-in-DC sausages, Chesapeake oysters and kitchenware boutiques in the revitalized NoMa neighborhood.

Rest of the afternoon at leisure

Date Night at District Winery
Enjoy a wine tasting in Washington, DC. District Winery is located on the waterfront in Navy Yard and is metro accessible or just a short drive from Northern Virginia and Maryland.
Revel in romance at District Winery.  
Start with a Tour of the winery, then sip and swirl as you taste your way through seven District Winery wines.
Join us for a winery tour and learn all about urban winemaking – from how we source our grapes to blending and bottling. Our knowledgeable tour guides will walk you through the entire process.
Each tour includes a tasting of seven District Winery wines.   
As you sit down for dinner at our onsite seasonal American restaurant, Ana at District Winery, enjoy your first glass of wine on the house.

Day 3:
Tour of the White House
Anyone visiting DC can experience the history and art of the White House in person after submitting a tour request through one’s Member of Congress.

3 hour private National Gallery of Art
Created with a gift from financier and art collector Andrew W. Mellon, the National Gallery of Art opened its doors in 1941 as a museum devoted to the people of the United States of America. Mr. Mellon believed that the nation deserved a collection, open and free to the public, that could hold its own with the greatest collections of the world. In the company of an art historian, we’ll explore highlights by Van Eyck, Rembrandt, and a host of American masters during this three-hour National Gallery of Art tour.

For lunch have a hot dog or burger at Ben’s chili Bowl, one of Barack Obama’s favorite addresses. 
It is a landmark restaurant, D.C., located at 1213 U Street, next to Lincoln Theatre, in the U Street Corridor of northwest D.C. It is known locally for its chili dogs, half-smokes, and milkshakes, and has been an integral part of the neighborhood’s history since its founding in 1958.

Private evening Little Ethiopia Food Tour
Head out on a food tour through Little Ethiopia with a professional guide leading the way
Stroll down U Street and through the Shaw neighborhood where you encounter more than 45 eateries dedicated to Ethiopian fare
Uncover a range of restaurants, including fine dining hot spots and carry-out stops, enjoying a signature specialty at each location
Feast on everything from deep fried starters to homemade bread and sauces

Day 4
Private transfer from hotel to Washington DC airport



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