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A Trip to a Neighbouring Nation's Capital

by Shandi Pace 3 years ago in america
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Passing through several museums and visiting some of the most well-known landmarks in the world, this was an eye-opening experience I will remember forever.

Washington D.C. looks stunning during the fall. I mean, how could a city that’s rich with so much history not seem like the most beautiful place to be during any season. The leaves that are shades of burnt red and amber are an immaculate backdrop for the stone buildings that decorate the city.

Passing through several museums and visiting some of the most well-known landmarks in the world, it was an eye-opening experience I will remember forever.

Day one consisted of the National Museum of Natural History and the National Air and Space Museum. The National Museum of Natural History reminded me of the Royal Ontario Museum, filled to the brim with countless species of mammals, fish and fossils and the history behind them. The National Air and Space Museum was an interesting delve into learning more about America’s fascination with space throughout the 1960s. Of course, the technology that continues to this day in both air and space is always growing, but it’s still noteworthy to see just what trials and tribulations happened during those early years of flight.

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Shandi Pace

History lover, music nerd and sports fanatic. | Instagram & Twitter: @shandipace, YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/shandipace

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