Monday, August 13, 2007

Good experience!!

Yesterday, I went to the National Museum of the American Indian in the morning. There was a lot of picture of Indians ( long ago and present picture). I think Indian of living now was almost same face with ordinary American. On the contrary, I guess that Indian of past day looked like Asian. And I looked many kinds of things for living life of Indian. After that, I ate Indian food!! I tell you truly, I thought that Indian food is not delicious before I visited the National Museum of the American Indian. ..But, on the contrary, it was very delicious for me!! In the afternoon, I went to the Natural History Museum. This place was very fun for me because I could know a lot of things of inside the Earth!! I am interested in universe and inside the Earth. It is very mysterious and not clearly things for me. And I went to the Lincoln Memorial. It was precious experience for me because I respect him very much. I want to become man like Lincoln in the future. In my view, Lincoln is one of the most towering person.


Hiromi said...

Your visits to the museums really fascinated me! Did you take a picture of the Indian meal that you enjoyed there? I hope to see it if you did. ^^

Nina Liakos said...

I love the cafeteria in the NMAI. The food is unusual and delicious, as you said. In fact, that museum is my favorite of all the Smithsonian museums on the Mall!

Dennis said...

Hello, Kazu.

Your visits to the National Museum of the American Indian and the Natural History Museum seemed to be very good experiences.

There are certainly many, many interesting things to see at both of those museums. Have you ever seen their websites? If you haven't, here they are:

The National Museum of the American Indian

The National Museum of Natural History (the Smithsonian)

There's also a famous Native American museum in Phoenix: the Heard Museum. I've visited this museum several times and am fascinated by its exhibits.

I'm also glad to hear your comments on the Lincoln Memorial. I agree: he was a very great person, and certainly a model for all of us.

I think your stay in the U.S. has been a good experience, Kazu!

Very best wishes--

Dennis in Phoenix