Visiting Washington, D.C., for a conference can be an exciting affair. You are in the capital of the United States, working and networking in the same city as many presidents. After a busy day of meetings and seminars, you may want to hit the hotel room for a relaxing evening in, but there are plenty of things to do after your conference in Washington that you might be itching to do.
Join a simple DC by Foot Tour, which operate on a ‘name your own price’ basis. At the end of the tour, you pay what you feel it was worth. They offer several tours every evening, such as the Ghosts of Georgetown and the Lincoln Assassination Tour.
Also, visit the Washington Monument at night. From the base of the monument, you can enjoy beautiful views of the city and of the White House. A quiet walk along the National Mall will be the perfect way to finish your day. This will further allow you to check out the exterior of the White House along your way.
For your evening meal, you will find plenty of great dining options in Washington. At Ray’s Hell Burger, they boast of making the best burger you have ever had, while at Blacksalt Fish Market & Restaurant, you will find discover seafood and a focus on sustainable ingredients. Tico Restaurant is a popular option for Mexican food, and the Smoke and Barrel will serve you southern cooking with some vegan choices thrown in.