Washington DC In A Nutshell – Final Part.
The United States Capitol: Often called the Capitol Building is the home of the United States Congress. It is located on Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C. It is one of the most symbolic and important landmarks in the US.
Washington DC In A Nutshell – Part 2
Let’s get going with some historical facts. Washington DC has tons of free museums. One need not bother with those that charge admission fees except if duly needed. It is pertinent to mention that The Smithsonian has 19 museums and there is every likelihood that one will never see all of them if on a short trip where only a few days will be spent. However, ideally, it is a good idea to prioritize the most popular places. Some of the best, for both adults and children which I’d recommend, is the Air and Space Museum for those with technical inclinations. The Natural History Museum; American History Museum, and the Archives. These are popular attractions for a reason which you should find out. Continue reading
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