I wish to travel to Chicago, Montreal, New York City, Niagara Falls, Quebec, San Diego, Toronto and Washington D. C. on my 11-15 days tour to Canada and United States in the month of December. I am travelling alone. I am interested in Adventure Sports, City Life, Cultural Visit, Heritage, Monument, Mountains and Nature.

asked on 06 Nov 2014
Amily Chen (KESAREE S.)
Interest: Mountains, Nature, Adventure Sports, Heritage, City Life, Monument, Cultural Visit
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A travel plan for USA and Canada is ready for you!

USA and Canada are one of the most visited and beautiful countries of North America. Both of them are loaded with great attractions and places of rich heritage. I would try my best to create a suitable travel plan for you so that you return with many good memories with you.

Basic Travelling Information

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There are many flight options available as per your trip, but I would suggest you to travel via American Airlines, Air Canada and Korean Air. The total budget of your flights from Bangkok to Chicago, Chicago to Toronto, Toronto to Montreal, and Montreal to New York and return flight from Washington to Bangkok will cost nearly 133, 567 THB per person.
Flight 1
The flight from Bangkok to Chicago will have a flight change at Tokyo. The flight no. AA 8412 of American Airlines will take off at 08:15 am from Bangkok and will land in Tokyo at 04:05 pm, and after waiting for two hours and twenty five minutes you need to board flight no. AA 154 of American Airlines. The flight will take off at 06:30 pm from Tokyo and will land at 03:10 pm in Chicago the next day.
Flight 2
The flight from Chicago to Toronto is a nonstop flight. The flight no AC 5138 of Air Canada will take off at 06:50 pm from Chicago and will land in Toronto at 09:19 pm. 
Flight 3
The flight from Toronto to Montreal is a nonstop flight. The flight no AC 7502 of Air Canada will take off at 07:15 pm from Toronto and will land in Montreal at 08:25 pm. 
Flight 4
The flight from Montreal to New York is a nonstop flight. The flight no AC 7458 of Air Canada will take off at 03:35 pm from Montreal and will land in New York at 04:59 pm. 
Flight 5
The return flight from Washington DC to Bangkok will have a flight change at Seoul. The flight no. KE 94 of Korean Air will take off at 11:50 am from Washington DC and will land in Seoul at 04:30 pm, and after waiting for forty five minutes you need to board flight no. KE 651 of Korean Air. The flight will take off at 05:15 pm from Seoul and will land at 09:05 pm in Bangkok.


The national currency of USA is US Dollar
The National Currency of Canada is Canadian Dollar
1 USD = 32.7020 THB
1 Canadian Dollar= 28.8589 THB


The weather in the month of December is usually cold, and winter descends. It is advisable to pack woolens and mufflers to keep you warm as the temperature goes down to 3 degree Celsius.

Day 1 - Chicago


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Chicago is famous as a world-class destination, with its stunning architecture, endless shopping and renowned museums. As per the flight schedule you will be reaching by 03:10 pm in the afternoon and by 07:00 pm you will be reaching your hotel. On the first day you can rest and refresh yourself so you can start your Chicago tour by the next day. 
There are many options for accommodation including the Wit Chicago, A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Embassy Suites Chicago – Downtown and for more options you can visit here

Day 2

On the second day of your stay you can visit Navy Pier, Pier Park, Chicago Museum and Old Town.

Navy Pier

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This 50-acre playground of entertainment, museums, activities, restaurants, and shops is the perfect place for some family fun time.

Pier Park

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At the Pier Park you can go for a ride on the 150-foot Ferris wheel, which offers great city and Lake Michigan views and is open year-round. Also check out the whimsical musical carousel, Wave Swinger lift-and-twirl ride, miniature golf course, remote control boats, and more.

Chicago Museum

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Next, you explore educational wonders at the Chicago Museum. Discover dozens of lively interactive exhibits such as BIG Backyard, Dinosaur Expedition, Inventing Lab, and the Kovler Family Climbing Schooner. Then get lost in Amazing Chicago's Funhouse Maze where you'll be entertained by the Mirror Maze, Spinning Tunnel, and more.

Old Town

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Old Town to experience Rock climbing in both beginner and expert routes on the gym’s rock climbing wall. If you’ve never climbed, you may be shocked to learn that the skill is both easy to pick up—and incredibly challenging to master. We recommend grabbing a buddy for your very first experience on the wall; you can cheer each other on, recommend which direction to travel and reward yourselves with a much deserved meal afterward.
Return to the hotel and leisure dinner.

Day 3

On the third day you can try Skydiving at the Skydive Chicago and visit the Montrose Beach. 

Skydiving at the Skydive Chicago

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There are few things more daring than jumping out of a perfectly good airplane—so impress your friends and get the deed done through Skydiving. You’ll travel 14, 500 feet into the sky in just eight minutes as you fly on a King Air twin-engine turboprop. From there, you’ll lose your mind (temporarily) as you fling yourself from the side door of the plane and watch as the earth rushes up to meet you.

Montrose Beach

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Montrose Beach is located in Uptown Chicago, is a scenic beach known for its wide array of water sports. Here, you can try stand-up paddle boarding (a mix of surfing and kayaking) or rent a jet ski and zoom through the waters at high speeds, bouncing on waves as the water splashes your skin.
After this you can return to the hotel to have a nice sleep.

Day 4

On the fourth day of your stay in Chicago you explore the city by yourself or go shopping.

The Magnificent Mile

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You can visit The Magnificent Mile which is a cosmopolitan, history-packed section of Michigan Avenue teems with shopping, dining, and entertainment treasures that make any vacation unforgettable.
You need to return to your hotel early as you have got your flight to Toronto.
The flight from Chicago to Toronto is a nonstop flight. The flight no AC 5138 of Air Canada will take off at 06:50 pm from Chicago and will land in Toronto at 09:19 pm.



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Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario and it has loads to offer to its guests. As per the flight schedule you will be reaching Toronto by 09:19 pm so by 11:00 pm you will reach your hotel to rest and rejuvenate yourself for the next day. 
There are many hotel options including Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Lakeshore, Hilton Garden Inn Toronto City Centre and for more options you can visit here

Day 5

On the fifth day of your tour you can visit CN Tower amp Edge Walk, Toronto Islands amp Centreville, St. Lawrence Market and The Distillery Historic District.

CN Tower & Edge Walk

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CN Tower amp Edge Walk is Toronto’s most iconic attraction, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and it now includes Edge Walk, a thrilling hands-free walk on an outside ledge of the tower.

Toronto Islands & Centreville

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Toronto Islands amp Centreville is a place where visitors who want to be closer to the ground can take the scenic ferry ride the Toronto Island which provides a great photo opportunity of the skyline. Bike, picnic and explore the Centre Island Amusement Park, Centreville.

St. Lawrence Market

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St. Lawrence Market is ranked by the National Geographic as the world’s best food market. Try the famous peameal bacon sandwich at Carousel Bakery. Hockey Hall of Fame and get your picture taken with the Stanley Cup. Followed with Toronto Eaton Centre, and Chinatown.

The Distillery Historic District

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The Distillery Historic District one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighborhoods It was Toronto’s first distillery –which produced almost half of Ontario’s total spirit production in 1871— and is now home to high-end boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. You can take a tour here or may be lucky enough to see a movie or TV show being filmed here.
With this you can call it a day and return to hotel and dinner at leisure.

Day 6

On the sixth day of your tour you can explore the Wine connoisseurs and visit the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey.

Wine connoisseurs

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Wine connoisseurs in Toronto have access to some of the world’s finest vino – whether imported from Europe or produced right next door in Niagara. Crush Wine Bar (455 King Street West) is hands-down one of the premier locations for wine in Toronto. Browse a list of over 600 wine labels, including 45 from Ontario. Followed with Gouda, cheddar, provolone, okra – Toronto’s specialty cheese shops feature more cheeses than you could eat in a lifetime. Located in Kensington Market, Global Cheese (76 Kensington Avenue) has one of the best selections in the city. End it with a part boutique, part lounge and all chocolate, Morocco (99 Yorkville Avenue) in chic Yorkville blends hip ambience with a serious assortment of gourmet chocolaty goodness. Morocco handcrafts more than 15 different truffles and a wide variety of chocolate confections using Valrhona dark, milk and white chocolate. This is chocolate like you’ve never experienced before.

Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey

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Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey is a Toronto tradition, a Hockey Night in Canada staple, and the most beloved hockey team on the planet. Insider Tip: No ticket? No problem – head to one of Toronto’s best sports bars that offer the next best way to watch the game. Follow it with Toronto Raptors the birth of the Toronto Raptors marked the NBA’s first step beyond the borders of the USA, and the team has never looked back. 
Make sure you return in the early evening as you need to head to Montreal
The flight from Toronto to Montreal is a nonstop flight. The flight no AC 7502 of Air Canada will take off at 07:15 pm from Toronto and will land in Montreal at 08:25 pm.



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Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is the largest city in the province, the second-largest in Canada and the 9th-largest in North America which makes it worth a visit.
As per the flight schedule you will be reaching Montreal by 08:25 pm and by 10 or 11 you will be reaching your hotel. You can rest to recharge yourself for the next day. 
There are several options for hotels in Montreal like Sofitel Montréal Golden Mile, Hotel Chateau Saint-Marc and for more options you can visit here

Day 7

The itinerary of the seventh should include Old Montreal, Mount Royal and Montreal Botanical Gardens. 

Old Montreal

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Old Montreal is the oldest area in the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, with few remains dating back to New France. It is located in the borough of Ville-Marie. It is a major tourist attraction with some of its buildings dating to the 17th century, it is one of the oldest urban areas in North America. In the eastern part of the old city (near Place Jacques-Cartier) are found Montreal City Hall, Bonsecours Market and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, as well as preserved colonial mansions such as the Château Ramezay and the Sir George-Étienne Cartier National Historic Site of Canada. Don’t forget to marvel at the famous Notre Dame Cathedral. 

Mount Royal

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Mount Royal is a hill in the city of Montreal, immediately west of downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the city to which it gave its name. The hill is part of the Monteregian Hills situated between the Laurentians and the Appalachians.

Montreal Botanical Gardens

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The Montreal Botanical Garden is an enormous botanical garden in Montreal comprising 75 hectares of thematic gardens and greenhouses. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008 as it is considered to be one of the most important botanical gardens in the world due to the extent of its collections and facilities.
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel to refresh yourself.

Day 8

The eighth day of your stay should be at leisure till afternoon as in the late afternoon you got your flight to your next destination that is New York.
The flight from Montreal to New York is a nonstop flight. The flight no AC 7458 of Air Canada will take off at 03:35 pm from Montreal and will land in New York at 04:59 pm.

New York

New York

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New York is counted as one of the most popular and loved city in the whole world. The city is loaded with so many attractions and amazing things to do that will surely steal your hearts. As per the flight schedule you will reach by around 04:59 pm and by 7 or 8 in the night you will reach your hotel.
There are numerous accommodation options is New York such as Hostelling International New York, New York Central Times Square Deluxe, Heart of East Village Suites and for more options with their prices you can visit here

Day 9

On the first day of your stay in New York City you can visit the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, The Statue of Liberty National Monument, Bronx Zoo and Comedy Cellar. 

Empire State Building

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The Empire State Building Observatory is the best spot to witness the panoramic view of the beautiful city of New York from its top. The observatory of the Empire State is on the 86th floor of the building which is nearly 1050 feet above the grounds of the city. The visitors can enjoy the views within a glass enclosed pavilion and from the surrounding open-air promenade of the observatory. Many landmarks including Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park can be seen from the Empire State building Observatory. 

Rockefeller Center

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Rockefeller Center is centrally located complex of 19 commercial buildings in Manhattan, New York City. It covers nearly 22 acres of area and counted as one of the national historic landmarks of the city. It’s a huge complex that offers exciting shopping and dining experience. The visitors can take a tour and explore the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, NBC Studio, Radio City Music Hall, The Channel Gardens, Concourse and the most beautiful The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. This complex offers a spectacular experience of the rich history and breathtaking artistry of New York as the complex is loaded with the great works of art and architecture. 
There are numerous eating points, restaurants and cafes where you can have a nice dinner and then return to your hotel to refresh yourself for the next day.

The Statue of Liberty National Monument

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The Statue of Liberty National Monument is the most famous attraction of the New York City. It includes the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island and the Immigration station on the Ellis Island. The Liberty Island includes climbing to the crown of the Statue of Liberty to enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the beautiful New York City amp its skyline whereas the Ellis Island houses the Immigration museum that depicts the history of the people who immigrated to America.
For more information you can visit here

Bronx Zoo

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You can spend the afternoon close to nature’s wildlife at the world’s largest metropolitan zoo. The Bronx Zoo serves as a home to some 6, 000 animals representing about 650 species from around the world. The Bronx Zoo is part of an integrated system of four zoos and one aquarium managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society. It is divided among 5 exciting divisions which you will surely love to explore. For more information you can visit here

Comedy Cellar

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The Comedy Cellar is the most famous Comedy club in Manhattan, New York. This place remains crowded due to its immense popularity as the top New York comedians perform at this club. This club also houses a restaurant called The Olive Tree Café which serves light food and drinks at very reasonable prices. The Comedy Cellar works in a distinctive showcase format which makes it different from other comedy clubs.
After this exciting dinner at Comedy Cellar you should return to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 10

The itinerary of the tenth day should include visits to Metropolitan Museum of Art, Central Park, St, Patrick’s Cathedral and the Times Square.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art or what everyone calls it “MET” is the largest museum of the New York City. This museum exhibits more than 2 million works from around the world. MET is divided into 17 administrative departments that has permanent collections of classical antiques from the ancient period. The museum houses artworks from the past Egyptian, Roman, European, Asian, Oceanic, Byzantine, American and Islamic culture. The museum remains closed on Mondays.

Central Park

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The Central Park is the most famous sight of Manhattan, New York. It’s a beautiful natural area spread over 59th to 110th streets and between 5th and 8th avenues. This place is a national historic site and an ideal place where visitors can enjoy various outdoor activities like cycling, ice skating, enjoying family picnics, skating and many more recreational activities. There are many attractions in the park that includes the famous Carousel (merry go round), Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre, 21 playgrounds and a Zoo. The main attraction during winters are its two ice skating rinks which serves as swimming pools in summer. Central park also offers horse and carriage tours which is among the most popular activities of this park.
A visit to New York is incomplete without a walk in the Central Park.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a huge Roman Catholic cathedral church decorated in Gothic style. The Cathedral is one of the famous landmarks of the New York. St. Patrick’s Cathedral is known for its breathtaking architecture that includes the interiors made of marble, windows made of stained glass, the famous organs with nearly 9838 pipes and much more. The cathedral is known for its beauty and peaceful environment which makes it worth a visit for even Non Catholic visitors.

Times Square

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By the evening you can visit the liveliest place of the city. Times Square is considered to be the most happening square in the world with loads of bars, pubs, restaurants, showrooms, theatres and much more. It is the pride of Manhattan, New York and even the whole of USA. It remains crowded and remains lit with lights and LED screens all over. We can even bet over the fact that you may even don’t want to return to your place once you visit this amazing square.
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel.

The Shawangunks Ridge or the Gunks

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The Gunks (short for Shawangunks) is one of the premier climbing areas in the country. Located near New Paltz, NY, the Gunks is about 85 miles from the NYC metropolitan area, making it a popular weekend destination. You can hire a taxi and it’s just a two hour drive from the city of New York. The Gunks is famous for great one-to-three-pitch climbs of all levels of difficulty. You'll find some of the best easy and moderate trad climbs in the country at the Gunks. There are a few bolted climbs at the Gunks, but no sport climbs.
You can have a nice adventurous time at this region and return by evening to your hotel.

Day 11

On the eleventh day of your itinerary you can visit the famous Grant’s Tomb, Grand Army Plaza, Wall Street and Washington Square Arch. 

Grants Tomb

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The Grant’s Tomb is the final resting place or a mausoleum of the General Ulysses S. Grant, the eighteenth president of the US and a successful general during the Civil War. This place is one of the most visited attractions of New York after Statue of Liberty. This place is known for its history and amazing architecture. You can have a closer look to sarcophagi of Ulysses and his wife Julia Grant are located downstairs, in the crypt. It remains open daily from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm daily.

Grand Army Plaza

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Grand Army Plaza provides the grandest of park entryways in New York City. It is conceived as a memorial to the defenders of the Union in the Civil War, the elaborately carved Arch is also a base for a series of inspired bronze sculpture groupings that soar over the Plaza. On the ground, bold statues surround the massive arch, including a noted bust of President John F. Kennedy, and the mythical tableau atop the famous Bailey Fountain.

Wall Street

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Wall Street is one of the world's most famous streets. Historically known as the centre of New York's financial district, Wall Street is often associated with wealth and ambition in America. You can take a walking tour of this amazing street and smell the ambiance of success and wealth of USA and don’t forget to get clicked with the Charging Bull Statue which is one of the key highlight of this street.

Washington Square Arch

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The Washington Square Arch — or more properly Washington Arch — is a marble triumphal arch built in 1892 in Washington Square Park in the Greenwich Village neighbourhood of Lower Manhattan in New York City. It celebrates the centennial of George Washington's inauguration as President of the United States in 1789 and forms the grand southern terminus of Fifth Avenue.
After marveling at these amazing attractions of New York you can rake walk in the streets and explore the city by the night then further have a dinner and return to the hotel as after this we will be heading to next city of USA that is Washington DC.

Day 12 – Washington DC

Washington DC

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You got your train at 05:30 am from New York Penn Station and after a journey of three hours and fifteen minutes you will reach Washington - Union Station, DC at 08:85 am.
The city of Washington DC is counted as one of the most popular cities of USA thus a trip to this amazing country is incomplete without a visit to its National Capital. 
As per the train schedule you will reach by 08:45 am and by 10 or 11 you can check in to hour hotel. 
There are several hotel options in Washington DC including Howard Johnson Washington District, Days Inn Gateway, Windsor Inn Hotel and for more options you can visit here
The itinerary of your first day in Washington DC should include visit to National Museum of Natural History, US Holocaust Memorial Museum and Mount Vernon Estate.

National Museum of Natural History

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The National Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum administered by the Smithsonian Institution, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., United States. With free admission and open doors 364 days a year, it is the most visited natural history museum in the world. The museum house a rough figure of 127.3 million artifacts and specimens. The museum remains open from 10:00 am to 05:30 pm daily.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) is the United States' official memorial to the Holocaust. This memorial museum provides the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history. It is dedicated to helping leaders and citizens of the world confront hatred, prevent genocide, promote human dignity, and strengthen democracy. The museum remains open daily from 10:00 am to 05:30 pm.

Mount Vernon Estate

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Mount Vernon was the plantation home of George Washington, first President of the United States. The estate is situated on the banks of the Potomac River across from Prince George's County, Maryland. You can explore the state-of-the-art galleries and theaters, and tour the 14-room mansion that is beautifully restored and furnished with original objects dating back to the 1740s. Be sure to plan enough time to tour the outbuildings, including the kitchen, slave quarters, smokehouse, coach house and stables. The Mount Vernon Estate is located in Northern Virginia, just minutes from Washington, DC.
By the night you can return to the hotel to have a nice dinner and a nice sleep to brace yourself for the next day.

Day 13

The itinerary of thirteenth day of your US trip should include the major attractions of the city including United States Capitol, Library of Congress, Lafayette Square and Lincoln Park.

United States Capitol

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The United States Capitol, atop Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C, is the seat of the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government. You need to book a tour of this place as it is known for its amazing architecture in and out of this building. 

Library of Congress

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Next to the Capitol sits the largest library in the world, where more than 500 miles of bookshelves house books, photos, maps, and other items. In 1814, the original building and its contents were burned by the British, and since Thomas Jefferson offered his own collection as a replacement, the main building now bears his name (Adams and Madison are the other two buildings in DC). More than 151 million items are housed in the library, and free tours are offered between 10:30 and 3:30 on weekdays and between 10:30 and 2:30 on Saturdays.

Lafayette Square

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Lafayette Square is a seven-acre public park located directly north of the White House on H Street between 15th and 17th Streets, NW. The Square and the surrounding structures were designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1970. Originally planned as part of the pleasure grounds surrounding the Executive Mansion, the area was called "President's Park".

Lincoln Park

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Lincoln Park is the largest Capitol Hill Park and features monuments to two of the nation's greatest leaders, President Abraham Lincoln and Civil Rights Activist and Educator Mary McLeod Bethune. It is located directly east of the United States Capitol Building at East Capitol and 11th Street in the North eastern quadrant of the City. The key highlight of this park are two important sculptures one is Thomas Ball's 1876 Freedman's Memorial to Abraham Lincoln (Emancipation Monument), the first of several memorials in Washington honoring Abraham Lincoln, and Robert Berks' 1976 Mary McLeod Bethune Memorial.
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel to refresh yourself for an adventurous trip the next day.

Day 14

I think it’s too much of sightseeing and after that you should go for an adventurous trip to the famous Great Falls Park and after that visit the National Mall.

Great Falls Park

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The Great Falls Park, an 800-acre park located along the Potomac River, is one of the most spectacular natural landmarks in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The natural beauty of Great Falls Park and its close proximity to downtown Washington, DC make this park popular with local residents and tourists who are visiting the area. The park has two locations: in Maryland and Virginia.
You can do adventure sports like kayaking, trekking etc that would double up the whole excitement level.

National Mall

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National Mall and Memorial Parks also known as National Capital Parks-Central is an administrative unit of the National Park Service encompassing many national memorials and other areas in Washington, D.C. It is located at the heart of our nation's capital, the National Mall and Memorial Parks is home to iconic structures and rich history. There are many memorials and national memorials located here including African American Civil War Memorial, Constitution Gardens, District of Columbia War Memorial, East Potomac Park and many more. 
A visit to Washington DC is surely wasted without a trip to the National Mall and Memorial Parks so I would suggest you to don’t miss this amazing highlight of the city. 
After taking a nice walk in there you can end your day and get back to your hotel for a nice dinner and a sleep.

Day 15

This is you last day in Washington DC and you have got your flight back to Bangkok. You need to board your flight in the morning so make sure you pack all your belongings carefully.
The return flight from Washington DC to Bangkok will have a flight change at Seoul. The flight no. KE 94 of Korean Air will take off at 11:50 am from Washington DC and will land in Seoul at 04:30 pm, and after waiting for forty five minutes you need to board flight no. KE 651 of Korean Air. The flight will take off at 05:15 pm from Seoul and will land at 09:05 pm in Bangkok.  
I hope the destinations mentioned, according to your interest will lead to a memorable trip. I wish you return with the most exciting experience and memories of your life. 
Have a wonderful trip!
Ridhima Arora

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