Washington DC, the capital of the free world, is my No 1 city in the United States.
The Library of Congress, the library with the largest collection in the world.
The Department of State, where Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton Esq, former Secretary of State, former Senator, former First Lady stationed.
The White House, at the time occupied by Nobel laureate His Excellency President Barack Obama Esq, former lecturer, former senator.
The Capitol building under construction.
The very first plane, in what was claimed to be the most visited museum in the world.
Memorial of His Excellency President Abraham Lincoln Esq, the emancipator.
Another museum along “the mall” – the District of Columbia is quite renowned for its museums.
The reason why I was fond of DC was because of its Romanesque buildings. Apparently, anyone can arrange a visit to the White House, but I didn’t know that.
The Washington monument.
Boston is the seat of government of the state with many letters. Not extremely eventful.
Also the seat of Harvard University and MIT.
I went all the way to the Graduate School of Education to check it out.
The University of Toronto at night.
Toronto is the biggest city in Canada, although still not that packed. It used to York, before the United States invaded and burned it down.
It’s also known to be the city where His Worship Mayor Rob Ford was in charge.
It’s a relaxing place to be and one of the most ethnically diverse town I’ve ever been to.
It’s likewise a walkable city, although it did mean it didn’t impress me too much.
I even went to the cathedral and asked for prayers for The Queen of Pop Madonna for her loss of sales. Unfortunately, Rebel Heart didn’t perform better than MDNA on the charts, so I guess god doesn’t exist?
Grammy award, Academy award winner, member of the Order of the British Empire, ADELE performed there just a while back.
New York City is generally seen as one of the best cities in the world, and indeed countless cities, including my hometown, were modeled after it.
The stock exchange that influences the world.
The Presidential Palace.
And it’s true that many impactful events happened in the Big Apple, what’s with it being a historical capital and the site of Stonewall.
But it wasn’t exactly unique or impressive. In a way, perhaps it’s a victim of its own success – if Hong Kong did not model after it with the skyscrapers, for example, maybe the skyline would’ve looked more impressive to me.
The twin towers’ ruins.
Chinese tourists loved the bull.
Getting on the subway just to visit one of Queen Elizabeth “Lana Del Rey”‘s realms – the Coney Island. It was closed though.
I kept missing the closing time so I didn’t go to the statue, but one could get on the free ferry to observe it from a distance. It’s very small.
One of the most important residences in the world, The Queen of Pop Madonna’s apartment. At the time, the Daily Fail was creating the controversy of the yellow line here asking people not to park there, as if Madge did it herself.