Washington DC: Newseum

“There are three kinds of people who run toward disaster, not away: cops, firemen and reporters.” -Rod Dreher, newspaper columnist Note: This post may contain sensitive content. Reader discretion is advised. What would we do in a world without news? The media? What would influence our thoughts or inform us to be aware of disasters and […]

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Washington DC: Iconic Landmarks to See in the National Mall

During my spring break from last month, I went to visit my friend Leslie, where she currently lives for her internship. One of our favorite things that we did for the weekend I came to visit was checking out the iconic landmarks in the National Mall. The National Mall in Washington DC is administered by […]

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Washington DC: Hirshhorn Museum

One of the many museums displayed around the National Mall in Washington DC is the Hirshhorn Museum. Part of the Smithsonian Institute, this museum is an art museum that features contemporary artwork that will entertain visitors and help visitors gain a visual eye. The museum is inside a building that has a circular infrastructure and has […]

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Washington DC: Staying in a place as old as 1833 and the Library of Congress

When I was away to Washington, DC, my friend let me stay in her dormitory where she currently resides in while she interns in the city. The dormitory is called the Thompson-Markward Hall. It is a place with a rich history and has been established since 1833. Thompson-Markward Hall (TMH) was a place designed for […]

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Washington DC: Enid A. Haupt Garden, Freer/Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, and the National Museum of African Art

Located in the National Mall of Washington DC, there is the Smithsonian Castle and near this castle lies a garden called the Enid A. Haupt Garden. Named after the publisher (she helped published Seventeen Magazine) and philanthropist Enid Annenberg Haupt, this is a garden that she wanted to finance and to support the project landscaping […]

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How to Prepare for Your Trips When You’re Traveling Alone

Traveling can seem scary, especially if you haven’t had the experience to travel alone and not knowing on how to set up your trips and stay organized before a trip. This is a guide for beginners and for people who need an idea what it’s like. Whether you’re traveling alone for the whole trip or […]

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Reasons to visit Washington DC

Over the weekend, I went to Washington DC to visit my girl friend Leslie whom I’ve been close friends with for 7 years. She currently lives there and interns there. For those who don’t know, Washington DC is the capital of the United States, it’s not a state but it has its own district, which […]

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