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Pics of DC
Pics of DC's metro area


I love the DC metro because first of all, it's one of the nation's biggest cities. Only city that's bigger is New York, which I also like a lot, but I love DC more than any other city. It's a city filled with culture, diversity, opportunity, and things to do and see. There's something for practically everyone here. As long as you aren't from the midwest, north, or west coast you're sure to like at least something about DC. Young people like the nightlife and getting to meet so many new people and have fun. People of all ages, but especially middle aged people, love the museums, parks, and historical buildings in downtown DC. And if you don't care that much about historical things, DC and it's surrounding metro are filled with some very modern buildings. Some of the nicest looking buildings I've seen are here in the DC metro. Crystal City, Ballston, Rosslyn, Reston, Herndon, and Tyson's Corner all have lots of skyscrapers, high rises, and modern looking glass buildings that shine in the bright southern sun. That's another thing about DC I like. That we're in the south, where there's southern hospitality, the people are friendly and not in the fake way that northerners are. There's diversity here, and most people in the DC metro are very open minded. If you live in DC, there's endless opportunities for you. There's lots of jobs and a very low unemployment rate of 3% in Fairfax County. There's everything from just regular jobs which are easy to get here, to computer jobs, to government jobs. DC has something to offer for everyone except for farmers and spoiled rich kids who don't know how to work. If you're 22 years old and never worked a day in your life and were sheltered by your parents in a small town who didn't want you to know what real life is like, then I strongly suggest you stay in your small town cuz you wouldn't last very long in DC. But if you're independent, hard working, and don't like the way small towns are, DC is perfect for you. Those that are independent thrive in DC.


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