The capitol building of the United States, under some construction as usual.
The Jefferson Memorial designed as a rotunda because Jefferson is largely responsible
for the re-introduction of Greek Revival architecture in the US. He was also one of the
first people to cultivate grapes for wine in North America but there is no wine bar here.
Jefferson himself inside. Well, except not shown to scale. David and Melanie are shown
The Lincoln Memorial. On a clear day, from the top of these steps you can see... well,
more tourists and tour buses.
The Washington Monument wearing protective designer scaffolding. If you look closely
however, you'll notice that it is dangerously see-through and risque, and will likely
be pronounced offensive by the mayor of New York City soon.
The White House, complete with decorative fountains and trendy lawn-mowing design.