Union Station and Philadelphia Station

The style of the architecture begs for pictures. The Union Station in Washington, D.C. is made in the fine Beaux Art’s design in 1908, and the Postal Museum was formerly the City Post Office matches the station in its Neo-Classical style. It would be worth it to make a post about this museum. We were asked to leave as time […]

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The Great Hunger

Lest we forget Boston Irish Famine Memorial 1998 Corner of Washington and School Streets, near Downtown Crossing Artist: Robert Shure I am drawn to memorials as they always tell a story of tragedy or victory. This one in Boston has both elements as an overwhelming tragedy ended with some resilient Irish people came out victoriously in spite of rejection. Hunger […]

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Historical Boston

  The Freedom Trail in Boston   So much history is available in the city and given to you by posters, signs, buildings, monuments, old churchyards and live actors from the birth of America and the revolutionary days when ”taxation without representation” became unbearable for the colonists in North America. You can walk along the Freedom Trail on your own […]

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Museum of Fine Art in Boston

American Artists My eyes were opened to the beauty of American artists in different art museums on our tour this past summer. Today, I would like to take you with me to Boston. The Museum of Fine Arts is not at the centre of Boston, so it’s easy to catch a train to get there in a short time. A […]

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A Visit to the U.S. Capitol

I had been anticipating to visit the U.S. Capitol this past summer. It’s possible to get free guided tours if you book online in advance. Here is the link to visitthecapitol.gov   If I had the chance to go today, I know how to get there quickly but as we visited during one of our first days in Washington, D.C. […]

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