My second day in DC was equally action-packed. In the morning, I headed over to the National Gallery, which is comprised of two enormous buildings. The first is mostly European and American art from the 1300s to the 1800s.
There was plenty of cool Flemish portraiture:
And even this famous ballerina sculpture by Dumas:
Lee and I had lunch at an excellent sandwich shop, and then it was back to the city center for the Native American History Museum. The building was constructed with an adobe-inspired design, and features many exhibits designed by members of different Native American tribes describing the diverse history, culture, art, and modern culture.
In the evening, it was back to Bethesda, MD for an evening of Dickinson reminiscing and pool-noodle duels.