As one might expect, this event draws thousands of people to Embassy Row and the surrounding blocks. The embassies are only open from 10am-4pm and while that may seem like a long time, a typical person should only expect to make it through about five or six embassies. The lines are a killer; we spent at least half an hour at the majority of the embassies we visited. The nations taking part in this event can be found here. Here's a sample of the pictures I took while at the event.
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia.
Embassy of the Republic of Korea.
A close-up of the display at the foot of the bed.
Embassy of Costa Rica.
Statue in a small courtyard area while walking.
Embassy of Guatemala.
Embassy of Chile.
Just another example of the advantages of living near DC. This event was a lot of fun and we'll be heading back next week, when a selection of embassies of EU nations will be open for the public.
Currently listening to: "Namae o Yobu yo" Luck Life (Bungo Stray Dogs ED)