The Quotes of Washington DC.

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, this past week, the 8th grade students at my school took their yearly trip to Washington DC. While we spent plenty of time walking around the city, visiting each site of importance, what I was most struck by was the amount of quotes that seem to decorate the city.

Below, I have shared with you a few of my favorite quotations from around the city. Not only do these quotes have special meaning to me, but they also seem to bring the city of Washington DC to life with voices that so clearly echo from the past.

Martin Luther King Jr.

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Our Nation’s Capital: A Photo Essay.

Capitol Building.

Each year, the 8th graders at my school visit Washington DC, and for the past two years, I have been lucky enough to tag along as a chaperone. With each trip, I am reminded just how beautiful the capital city … Continue reading

The National’s Capital (with Kids)

As someone who is in their late 20’s with no kids, I rarely experience travel with anyone under the age of 18. However, I was given the opportunity to go on my school’s 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. this past week. It opened up my eyes to an entirely different form of travel.
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Class Trip: Washington D.C.

On Wednesday, I will be leaving to chaperone my school’s 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. We will be there for three full days, and the forecast is hot.

I put together several cute outfits that I plan on wearing while there. These are cute, will keep me cool, and most of all comfortable.
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