Arlington National Cemetery. The grounds are really pretty and peaceful and I liked walking through the Arlington House (they staged it well so you really feel like you're seeing it like it was back when it was lived in). After grabbing a bite to eat at Sweetgreen we got our nails done at Venus Spa (not fancy or anything but they did a really good job) and got ready for the wedding. The wedding was held at the beautiful National Museum of Women in the Arts and it was gorgeous wedding. I didn't get a ton of pictures as I was too busy eating, drinking from the bourbon bar, taking photos in the photobooth and dancing the night away. Bonnie and I satisfied my &pizza craving on our drunken walk home from the wedding...mmm pizza :-)
White House Visitor Center- I tried to get on the actual tour but didn't make the cut (wtf secret service?!!?). The visitor center is really well done and we spent a lot of time there learning about the famous building. Afterwards we got a quick bite to eat (while listening to the worlds most awkward first date one table over) and then Bonnie headed off to the airport. I tried to go visit the National Achieve Museum but the line was around the block so I skipped it this trip. Instead I visited the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and wished I had set aside more time. I had to rush through it (flight to catch) so I only got about 25% of what the museum had to offer. It is an incredibly well done museum (how its laid out, the way they present the information, the sounds/lighting/effects, etc) but it is an obviously very disturbing and at times horrific experience so would recommend giving yourself enough time at the museum to give it justice.
Turns out I didn't have to rush through the museum as my flight to Vermont ended up being SUPER late (way to go United)- until next time DC!