In all my travels thus far, I’ve been ashamed to say that I’ve never made it to our nations Capitol. I’ve seen the Eiffel Tower, Mount Vesuvius, both coasts of the United States, but never the house where our president lives; the area where our nation’s hope and dreams culminate and rest on the shoulders of our leaders. Well, until yesterday, that is.
I was in the area for a workshop with my mother and we thought we should make the trip to Washington, D.C. It took us a 27 minute cab ride, an experience at the Metro station and a 33 minute commuter-train ride and we were there. The day was beautiful; high 70s, not a cloud in the bright blue sky. As we rode up the escalator from the underground rail system, we were both giddy with excitement. Upon making it to pedestrian level, we were immediately greeted with the sight of the Smithsonian Castle, the Washington Monument as well as our Capitol building. And, oh, those beautiful, beautiful cherry blossoms.
If you’re ever in the area, I highly recommend swinging in. Wear comfortable walking shoes, grab a map, and see all the sites you can. Totally. Worth. It.
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