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Guide to Museums & Monuments in DC | Chasing Krista | Washington DC, USA

A Guide to the Museums & Monuments in​ ​Washington DC

SEVENTY-NINE. 79. That’s approximately how many museums can be found in Washington DC. I certainly have not had the opportunity to discover all of these buildings, not even close. I have been to some and a few of these I highly recommend you visit while in DC. I’ve compiled a list of SOME information about SOME of the museums to help you decide which museums spark your interest and you want to discover more. 

A Week in the US Capital | Chasing Krista | Washington DC, USA

One Week in the US Capital: Washington DC

I had the luxury of spending one week jaunting around the nation’s capital, getting my learn on, accumulating miles and sweat stains, and reuniting with some of my favorite people. Washington DC is an overwhelming city, with so many museum and monuments and such a diverse collection of cafés and restaurants I don’t know how even the people who live there have seen it all.

Hiking Washington | Chasing Krista | Washington State

Blanca Lake

Washington is probably one of the most beautiful states I have ever been to. Yes, I am biased because I get to live in this gorgeous, green, mountainous and nature blessed state. But, you know I’m right . Washington State (otherwise known as the Evergreen State, see!) is pouring with Mother Nature’s beauty from state-line to state-line .

My Blogging Hiatus | North America | Chasing Krista

My Blogging Hiatus

It’s been a while and I broke that cardinal rule of blogging…and just stopped. Since returning to North America, life has been a busy whirlwind and an emotional rollercoaster. After two years gallivanting around Europe and molding the younger minds of Spain’s population; it was quite a challenge adjusting back to life at home. It hasn’t been the smoothest of transitions…

Tips for Teaching English | Chasing Krista | Spain

Tips for Teaching English as a ​Second Language

Teaching, in general, can be a daunting and stressful career path. But, regardless of how your situation may be if you are ever stuck in a rut and not sure where to turn next check out these five ideas to spark some creativity.

Puebla and Cholula | Chasing Krista | Mexico City

Puebla & Cholula

 Puebla City is the largest and the capital city of the state of Puebla. In 1531, in a small area known as Cuetlaxcoapan (which means where the serpents change their skin), the town of Puebla City was born. Understandably so, because when you enter Puebla it is like walking through a rainbow; every building and street are decorated with bold and vibrant colors. The state itself is famous for mole poblano (a spicy chocolate sauce),  and the beautiful and detailed Talavera pottery. 

Tasty Bites in Mexico City | Chasing Krista | Mexico City

Tasty Bites in Mexico City

TACOS  ARE LIFE, we all know this fact of life. A taco lover in Mexico City, you will be in heaven with all of the Taqueria options, but it can certainly get overwhelming. Trying to find the best (and cleanest) taco place can seem daunting. My advice to overcome this daunting task? Tasty Bites Food Tour. With Tasty Bites, we were guided through El Centro and discovered some of the most mouth-watering flavors in Mexico City.

Discovering Teotihuacán | Chasing Krista | Teotihuacán, Mexico

Discovering Teotihuacán

Teotihuacán a mysterious and unique Mesoamerican archaeological site, found on the outskirts of Mexico City. Each year over millions of travelers and tourists flock the ancient site to marvel at the history and artifacts. The name Teotihuacán translates to ‘the place where gods were born,’ and according to legends and beliefs, many people consider it to be the place where the universe was created.

Discovering Teotihuacán | Chasing Krista | Teotihuacán, Mexico

Six Days In Mexico City

Mexico City is a huuuuuuge city, not only in population size (being one of the largest metropolitan cities in the world) but also the amount of exploration to discover everything in and around Mexico City.
Mexico City is broken up into little neighborhoods, each with its own charm and appeal. With six days in Mexico City, you would think it would be ample amount of time to explore in and around the city, but we combined those six days with four trips outside of Mexico City and a lazy day because we forgot it was a holiday and everything was closed and found out we could have used one more day or two. (Or maybe we were both dreading the return to adulthood and responsibilities).