Day 9-Washington DC

Today was the big day out. Day trip to Washington, D.C. After a few hours drive we arrived in the capital. After parking in union station, we first visited the Capitol. Originally Built in 1793, it hosts the senate And the House of Representatives. It is Filled with interesting statues and paintings. We also went up to the gallery to see where the house of representatives debated. The group then departed and made our way to the White House. It was amazing to finally see the most famous building in the world and be able to get a photograph with it. We then had a few hours to explore the different museums that the national mall had to offer. Unfortunately this felt rushed and none of us felt we saw nowhere near enough exhibits. I visited the national museum of American history. In here, I was able to see the war weaponry and vehicles. It was such a cool place. I also had a brief visit to the air and space museum. I Really enjoyed both museums and would definitely go back to both. In the evening, we visited both the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials. Both places were unreal and amazing to look at. As it got dark we sadly had to leave. An amazing place that I will visit again one day. image

Kieran Russell

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