Visiting the Capital: Washington, DC

Stop number two was my country’s capital. My draw to the District of Columbia was not the politics, but the history. America has had so many victories and setbacks in that area so it was really neat to see it in person.

My only complaint seemed to be the walking because there was a lot of that! Out of all of the museums and memorials, my favorite was the Korean War memorial. Each of the memorials were cool to visit due to their atmosphere. While the city would be bustling on the street, the area that the memorial was placed in would feel very sacred.

Whether you agree with the political views of those in office or not, the region is filled with every voice and every thought giving something to every visitor.

xoxo, millicent jean

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