Ah, U.S. Congress, once a symbol of democracy in a not-so-free Earth in the early days of our nation's history. Now it's the headquarters for a league of super-villains with no super-powers. Hopefully that will change next year. It's right next to the Supreme Court, so it's an easy walk.
Daisy got herself a new shirt in the gift area.
There was not much to look at in Congress, most of it wass shut off from the public. The only thing I found neat were the statues. This one was of astronaut Jack Swigert.
Here's one of Helen Keller.
And abolitionist Frederick Douglass.
This is of Jeannette Rankin, the first woman in America to hold federal office. She also was the only member of congress to vote against both world wars.
Then we have the plaster model for the Statue of Freedom, the actual one is on the dome of the U.S. Capitol Building which is the reason you won't really recognize it. I didn't even notice the actual statue until researching it later.