From the bloggers at Watson Wander.
Over the years we’ve developed a somewhat conflicted relationship with popular tourist destinations. On one hand, we want to visit those ultra-popular national parks like Zion, Yellowstone, and Acadia, and we want to experience attractions like the Kennedy Space Center, the San Diego Zoo and the Washington Mall. Like everyone else, we prefer to visit these places when the weather is at its peak. Which means we often find ourselves fighting the crowds and sharing the view/trail/museum with hundreds of strangers.
For the most part, we’ve gotten good at making peace with the crowds. Since we don’t have the kind of schedule that allows us to get out and about during the less busy times (like early morning or mid-week) we’ve learned to embrace the weekend crowds and not let it ruin our fun.
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