Phoenix is a place with eternal sunshine and also seems #meh ~
The city is the capital of the state of Arizona. It is the most populous state capital in the United States and it is situated in Salt River Valley – a.k.a. The Valley of the Sun; the hot desert climate brings the city a long, hot summer and short, cool winter. Rainfalls are occasional, which I did experience it in December.
Interest spots in the city area are probably the art and history museums in the town center. The Heard Museum exhibits Native American’s art and culture and illustrates the impact of their integration with the new colonists.
The city celebrates a rich Native American culture. During the day, I visited the museum there were Native Americans performing a traditional dance. To my surprise, the museum actually has more to see than I expected – the exhibit showcased the conflict of the Native American and the ‘immigrants’ back in the days, and I guess in the ‘dark times’ it is unavoidable to have a little crash in the course of integration….
There was also a temporary exhibition of Georgia O’Keeffe (match my socks!) – the big name of American’s modern art. To appreciate more about the artist’s precious works, just move to the Phoenix Art Museum a few blocks away.