Check-in to the historic Hay-Adams, and experience the hotel as the Obama’s did before they took residence in the White House.
Visit Madame Tussauds Washington, D.C. and have your own fist-bumps with the wax-figure likenesses of President Obama and the First Lady (and yes, the Obama girls have done the same thing).
Enjoy an early dinner at Georgia Brown’s, a favorite of the first family. Their famous Low Country cuisine features Southern favorites like fried green tomatoes, fried chicken and bourbon brined pork chops.
End the night with a visit to the Lincoln Memorial for a quiet moment amidst the majestic monument where MLK delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech and President Obama paid tribute on the 50th anniversary of this in 2013.