The Great American Adventure (Day 4): Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C., USA
Being inside the Smithsonian National Museum was pure bliss. The very spacious halls and high ceilings were glorious enough to display humongous giraffes, elephants and whales!
In additon to that, if you've seen the movie Get Smart starring Anne Hathaway and Steve Carell in 2008. The fictional spy organization CONTROL is located underneath this building. Geeky, right?
And because it was scorching hot in Washington, DC when we visited, being inside the air-conditioned museum was such a relief.
The museum was jam-packed when I was there. Kids and moms were running around the place. If you want to be able to enjoy looking around on your own, please avoid the months of July and August.
It made me think also that coming to Washington DC on a summer can actually drain the soul out of you. Don't get me wrong. I love summer. But walking around under the heat of the sun can be exhausting. So if you're like me, come and visit during the fall season or better yet spring because the cherry blossoms can be a very pretty sight too.
My friends Techya and Andot posed with this awesome giraffe trying to split and bend down for water.
There were cool interactive displays that tell you of where human beings started to thrive.
Its also good to know where we are at in numbers and the beauty of realizing that not any of us is the center of the world we're in.
So Mister? Why so serious? Are you really my oldest relative?
These jail baits looked like jail baits in matching black outfits! Hahahahahaha!!! I love it!
And this photo where lighting was not on my side so I had to edit and re-edit the lighting but to no avail. Nonetheless, the background seems more important.
And of course, any chance you get to sit no matter where it is, you just grab it. This photo was evidenced by the act of having to sit on pavements to rest our oh-so-tired feet.
I almost forgot that Lee Min Ho was spotted at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
And so we moved on with our lives and went to the The Castle! Let's explore the gardens of the castle and see the craziness of my party as we walked around the area.
Have you been to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History? Let me know what you guys think about it? Or maybe you know a place that's quite similar to what you've seen on this post.
Hope you had a good time reading and looking at the photos.
See yah on my next blog post!
P.S. For more information about the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, click HERE!
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