Gemini Limo Service or cheap limo service for the all occasion and events in District of Columbia (DC), such as: airport limo transportation (DCA, IAD or another), birthday party, wedding, prom, excursion; night out, corporate or group outing, concert, sporting event, anniversary, bachelor party to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation, holiday light tour, school dance and wine/private tour.
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV, stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motor coach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
The highest of the attractions in the Washington DC region are concentrated in the area of the Mall which is adjoined by downtown and Capitol Hill, a walk of a few blocks in an easterly direction.
The majority of DC’s tourist attractions are found in the Northwest (NW) and Southwest (SW) quadrants of the city. If you accidentally walk in to either of the other sections of the city, you’ll quickly come upon some of the less heavily-trafficked tourist areas, and should return in the opposite direction, as these areas are known to be unsafe.
The Mall, Downtown, and Capitol Hill
Designed as an outdoor recreational area for all types of travelers and curiosity-seekers, the Mall is DC’s main tourist attraction. In essence, it is a 400-foot-wide expanse stretching from the base of the Capitol Building to the Potomac River two miles away. Characterized by wide open spaces and a blanket of grass, on pleasant days thousands of people can be seen sunbathing, throwing Frisbees, and just relaxing out in the open. More than 5,000 trees offer shaded areas all around The Mall that are perfect for picnicking and people-watching.
The Capitol Hill complex, referred to as “the Hill,” is home to the legislative and judicial branches of the U.S. government. The area includes the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the Supreme Court, as well as the Library of Congress. Outside of the government facilities, the area is home to numerous parks, bars, and restaurants which offer enjoyable modes of relaxation between visits to the various buildings of political and historic significance.
Bordering The Mall in all directions are the city’s most famous monuments and museums, as well as the Smithsonian Institution. Memorials to American history, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Korean War Memorial, are located in this area as well. Various other memorials, including a large-scale project for the victims of World War II, are in development here, too. In recent decades The Mall has become the chosen site for many large-scale demonstrations, including the iconic civil rights protests of the 1960s and, more recently, the Million Man March. The 555-foot-tall Washington Monument is also found in this area along with the Reflecting Pool, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial.