Living in Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. is one of the most unique cities in the United States. It is impossible to take in all the museums, galleries, and monuments in a few days. The Kennedy Center, The National Theatre, The National Gallery of Arts, The Phillips Collection and The Smithsonian America’s Art Museum are the best places for nurses to enjoy. For places to tour the beginning should be The White House, The United States Capitol Building, The United States Senate and House of Representatives and The Library of Congress. The National Mall and the monuments of Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln should not be missed. There are other newer memorials such as the World War II Memorial, The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, The Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial and The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial that are outstanding tributes to our nation’s history. The National Zoo, Union Station, The National Museum of American History and The Smithsonian Air & Space museum are very important places to spend time. Jogging, biking, hiking, skating, canoeing and kayaking are popular ways to enjoy the outdoors.

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