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Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle

We were first here 20 years ago, and we came back again later when we took a short trip over with a friend. It’s a must-see place if you’re going to be in Paris for a few days. 214 more words

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The Dr in DC

I don’t always have an opportunity to travel but I love it when I do.  When I go somewhere I really like to act like a local, go to their local eateries, hang at the best bars, all of that townie stuff.   292 more words

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National Museum of Natural History


The Hope Diamond

Chalk Emerald

Logan Sapphire

Pyrite



Neptunite








Variscite and Wulfenite

Lapis

giant Walking Leaf

Morpho Butterfly

Triceratops Horridus


Eared Grebes, Steve Torna

Green Violetear, Barbara Driscoll… 44 more words

Art & Architecture

A Weekend in D.C.

When we were discussing our plans for April, we decided that since the BF had two days off for Easter, we could go somewhere and explore. 407 more words

Cultured as Fuck (pt. 2)

Next we wandered over to The National Museum of Natural History which, speaking of booger-handed tots, is probably the best museum to take kiddos to as it has sparkly gems for the little ladies and dinosaur bones for the boys. 127 more words

A Visit to the National Museum of Natural History

During our tour at the National Museum of Natural History today, I thought about how the museum conveys today’s urgent issues related to the Earth. Our guide, Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology and Senior Scientist, Hans Sues, notes there are time sensitive issues that need to be conveyed to visitors. 522 more words

Asking all the right questions

The National Museum of Natural History was a whirlwind of thought provoking questions and insightful information and facts. Hans Sues, Senior Scientist and Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology covered a lot in his tour, and you could see his excitement about science come through as he explained the exhibitions… 314 more words