A couple of weekends ago we roadtripped to Pendleton, Oregon through the beautiful scenic Columbia River route to attend a Red Cross training academy and we were pleasantly surprised by this quaint rodeo Oregon desert town.
One of my favorite travel activities is to visit museums. I just love the feeling that museums provide, which is hard to describe. Especially art museums where the feeling is more peaceful, quiet and contemplative. But I’ve been to several non-art museums too that I have really enjoyed about topics like aviation, space, science, and history.
What I like about museums also is that every person that visits one, has a different experience, we all learn something different and we all have different favorite pieces of it.
A few years ago a friend from London came to Mexico City for a visit. My best friend and I took her around to some touristy places around and I must say I had lots of fun being a tourist in my own hometown. The city is so big, as you might’ve heard, that it is not too often that I go to all the amazing places that this city has to offer. When you live in a place you tend to stick around and hover and return the same places over and over without trying too hard to get to know the rest of it, don’t you think?
Did you know Mexico City is the city with the most museums in the world?