Sightseeing a place, especially in cities regularly filled with heavy traffic at every road, is much easier to do with a two-wheel vehicle like a motorcycle. You can squeeze yourself into heavy traffics, and go to more places, compared to riding a sedan. You don’t have to worry if you ever get lost in your 2-wheel trip of Washington, D.C. you can always say to your motorbike “, GPS give us the directions.” Ready? Here are the top places you shouldn’t miss. US Capitol Building You know when you’re already at the heart Washington when you reach the Capitol Building of the United States. It houses the federal legislative bodies, the House and Senate, and one of the oldest establishments in the capitol. The building has been standing since 1811. The capitol building itself is an art, designed in the style of neoclassical, constructed with several statues and murals. Inside, there are beautiful paintings of the American history, with the walls of rotunda surrounded by 8 marvelous murals and 11 statues. It’s a great place to go if you want to educate yourself about the political history of the United States. Or, you can just pass by, going straight to your next destination. Washington Monument As the world’s tallest stone structure, and world’s tallest obelisk, this simple looking Washington Monument shouldn’t be ignored. It was the tallest building back then until the Eiffel tower stole its crown. You can visit the monument during the day, but you’ll have to reserve admission tickets (which are free) at the Washington Monument Lodge, or simply online. This is one of the reasons you’ll need a motorcycle because tickets run out fast. White House It’s not easy to be able to land a tour inside the white house. And if you’re late, they probably won’t wait for you and start the group tour by themselves. Having your two-wheel is a great advantage in this situation, zooming into the traffic (just don’t break any traffic rules). Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Do you want to take a break from all that political history? Don’t worry, we have the best place for you. One of the best modern art museums in the country, the Hirshhorn Museum showcases over 12, 000 art pieces! Your eyes will never blink from all the beautiful item you’ll be able to see inside. The museum has also a sculpture garden that houses the artworks of Henry Moore, David Smith, and a lot more. The National Zoo If you’re tired of seeing inanimate things, then you should drive to Smithsonian National Zoo. One of the oldest zoos in the country, they have more than 2, 000 animals of 400 various species from all over the planet. You’ll see giant pandas, elephants, large cats, monkeys, eagles, butterflies, and even the infamous Piranhas! Even better, the admission is free for everyone!     The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum You probably have a thing for aircrafts and space exploration, and you’ll miss a lot of things if you don’t visit this museum. They showcase around sixty aircrafts, 50 bigger items from humanity’s escaped and space exploration, and more than 2,000 smaller pieces.

  If you stay in a public place, like a park for a long time, a sensible would think about what it can give, such as a public toilet if you ever need to do some restroom business. This is why a lot of people urge parks to have toilets, and a portable type would do. What are PORTALETs?   PORTALETs, also known as portable toilets are mobile toilets that are used in a wide variety of circumstances, like in urban slums, festivals, camping sites, boats, and public parks. There are also several types of portable toilets, but the most usual one is the chemical toilet. Compared to your toilet at home, the PORTALET is not connected to a hole in the ground, a septic tank, or into a system. There are PORTALETs that are convenient to be carried by a single person, and there are some that need to be carried by more than one individual, or a lifting machine. Why Should Public Parks Have PORTALETs? In the King County, Washington alone, there are already numerous public parks. Some are near to public establishments, others are hidden somewhere else. Although it is required by law for public establishments to have toilet rooms, there is no such requirement for outdoor parks & recreational facilities. For example, a football field, or a basketball court doesn’t need to have public toilets in the vicinity. In reality, several parks and recreation providers discern public toilets as a pain in their wallet, especially with the maintenance. Added to that, giving a budget for the construction or renovation is commonly found at the very last of the long list of city improvement. We are not denying that there isn’t money involved in providing PORTALETs. However, having one (or two) is a need, and there are advantages that can counteract its disadvantages. With a usable toilet facility, a lot of individuals will stop using the public parks. Instead, they’ll choose to spend their time in malls, where there are a lot of toilet rooms they can choose from. If you don’t want to waste the money for constructing and maintaining an actual toilet room outside, there is a cheaper solution and that are portable toilets. Aside from being cheap, a portalet flushing toilet at a public park brings a lot of positive effects. One of which includes attracting people to use your park, knowing that there is a usable PORTALET whenever they need to do their thing. Aside from that, it’s also a hygienic choice, preventing park goers to do their business on the beautiful bushes or on the walls. You don’t want the park to smell like poop or pee. Having a PORTALET (or more) in a public park is obviously a great benefit, especially if there are no public establishments nearby. Some don’t even have toilet rooms, and there are others that don’t allow their restrooms to be used if you’re not a customer. Therefore, if you want to pack your park with people, instead of foul smell, invest in one or two PORTALETs.