My Amazing Trip to Washington DC!

Ciao lovelies! Today I've got a tale packed with adventure and fun- a post all about my recent trip to Washington, DC! 


I've been to DC twice in my adult life now, this being the second time. And while the first time was good:

This time was even better!

I went on this trip with my school on a bus. The drive was really smooth and only took about 3 hours to get there from my school. We left at 7:15 AM and got there at roughly 10:00. The view while riding into DC was super cool, I wish I got a picture. We entered DC in such a way that we could see the Washington Monument! So, naturally when we got dropped off the first place we went to see was the Washington Monument!



It was really cool, of course you couldn't go directly up to it because it was circled by fences but that makes sense for a national monument. 

Then we walked from the Washington Monument to the White House!


I zoomed in a lot on my camera to take this picture. The reason I had to zoom in so much was because the road in front of the White House was blocked off and you had to stand on the sidewalk furthest from the White House in order to take pictures. There were also lots of police officers there to ensure you didn't cross the barriers. 

After we saw the White House we had lunch and then walked all the way back to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. We spent a great deal of time in there, and we really enjoyed it! I have tons of pictures from it!















After the Air and Space Museum, we went to another museum, this time an art museum called the Hirshhorn. We saw many cool things there, like this giant pumpkin:


And we saw this adorable little robot:

One of the coolest things we saw there was this exhibit called "Pulse" (The picture below is one of the rooms):
In this exhibit, there were different rooms and each had a pulse monitor that connected to the room. Each room would display your pulse in different ways. One room (the picture above) showed your pulse by tapping a bar in accordance with your pulse to create waves in the water. Another had bulbs light up in sync with your heartbeat. It was amazing.

Lastly we went to the National Art Gallery but I didn't get any pictures there, unfortunately. 

Overall the trip was fantastic and I want to go back again one day to look at more museums and such! 


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