While walking on the Arlington Bridge that separates the Commonwealth of Virginia from Washington DC, I looked across the Potomac River and saw the Kennedy Center.
This was one of the places to visit on my bucket list, but with all the times that I was in DC, I never got the chance to do so.
This time, I was so close, I could feel it.
Forget the fact that it was hot, humid, and going to rain any minute, I decided to cross this off my bucket list.
When you first enter the center, which isn’t just a Opera House, it’s basically all things John Kennedy
On the walls outside the building were quotes from the late president.
Also inside is the great hall with the flag of all 50 states
In another room, which was closed off, are the flags of all the nations that had diplomatic relations with the United States.
Even though a lot of the building is closed off, the Kennedy Center is a place you must visit if you’re in Washington DC