Start your day off near the office of House of Card’s Congressman Frank Underwood, the U. S. Capitol Visitors Center. Take a guided tour of the crypt, rotunda and National Statuary Hall. Next, explore exhibits showing the changes made to the building over the last 220 years.
Don’t miss out on Congress Underwood’s favorite DC meal. Walk a few blocks from the Capitol and grab a table at Hill Country Barbeque Market for some beef brisket, pork spare ribs or Kruez Market sausage, plus, all-you-can-eat fixin’s.
Grab your sneaks to release some tension with a walk through the historic Congressional Cemetery. Claire Underwood often uses this time to plot her next move; you can use it to work off that hearty lunch.
Recoup from the stress of politics with a relaxing stay at the Capitol Hill Hotel. Located just one block from the Capitol, this property keeps you in close proximity to the headline makers of tomorrow’s news.
Grab The Washington Post to catch up on any Hill gossip you may have missed and head to Sidamo Coffee & Tea. Here the likes of Zoe Barnes sip on lattes and narrate the current political landscapes.