I have been a lover of art for a long time. To me, art is something that is unique because you get to express yourself and how you are feeling.
Today, I went to the Kimbell Art Museum and the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art as my sightseeing activity.
My day started at the sightseeing breakfast, where everyone who went sightseeing gathered in the dining hall. Then, when it was time, everyone was called out by their sightseeing group.
I also met a girl with the same name as me, but spelled differently. It was really funny, and we became friends! We sat on the bus both to and from the museums and hung out the entire time.
First, our group went to the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art. It had really interesting art, which included masterpieces from Andy Warhol.
After our 40 Minutes was up, we walked to the Kimbell Art Museum. The museum featured really ancient pieces of art, and that included paintings and sculptures.
After our time at the museums, we walked to lunch. I had In-N-Out Burger, while other people had Chipotle, or Snap Kitchen, a healthy food restaurant in Fort Worth.
When lunch was over, we came back to the hotel to get ready for a fun night!
Perri Schwartz is a BBG from B’yachad BBG #2495 in Greater Atlanta Region #55. She has photographic memory, loves to fight for what she belives in, and hopes to be a professional journalist.
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