My Day in Georgetown TX
My visit to Georgetown, Texas was intriguing and captivating at the same time. I was able to see an array of commercial and residential buildings whose architecture was fascinating and the intricate details were clean and sharp. One significant place that I visited was the local chamber of commerce in the region. The area provides a diverse number of services from start-up advice to advertising advice. I also learned that the town is historical and contains some of the oldest buildings since it’s foundation in the 1840’s.
One building I also paid a visit to is the Burkland-Frisk House built in the 1900’s. This house has so much history, and it is still standing up-to-date making it a significant part of Georgetown. I also had the privilege to visit Georgetown University which has the most beautiful architectural features I have seen in my entire life. The campus is located in the nation’s capital, and it has lovely scenery to look at and enjoy while strolling around the institution. I was able to meet some of the students and faculty members who were very friendly and inviting, and they gave me a few recommendations of the exciting places to visit while in Georgetown.