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... other gifts I received! I feel overwhelmed by receiving so much when I feel like I have given so little.
I quickly filled out an evaluation form that the rest of the group will be filling out tomorrow before my departure at 9am. Luckily, MyMay was able to get out of class to come with me to the airport. She shared some secrets with me about what she will be wearing for the Farewell party tonight and what dance they will ...
... to the American History museum to finish it off, then went back to the Library of Congress.... Michelle you are listed on their database 5 times! Such a gorgeous building. Loved it in there.
Currently on a train to the airport, we are seriously useless at public transport. We got a Marc train instead of an Amtrak. Amtrak is a lot faster, has wifi and doesn't stop every 30 seconds. Amtrak has signs to tell us where we are. Marc has none of these things.....!!!!
My goal is to visit as many American iconic places in the United States, and I'm so grateful that I have a job that allows me to do this.
One of the first places I have visited was the Lincoln Memorial.
This monument is so inspiring and breath taking.
I'm a big fan of Greek Architecture, so it was cool to see this one. It was beautifully made in the ...
Our week of wonderful cruising the western carribean is over. Theres a week left as planned, we are spending 5 days of our remaining time to visit and stay in Washington DC. After a bumpy flight on American airways from Miami, we landed into Reagan airport. very interesting approach, overlooking all of the sights we are about to see in a few days here. We are staying at Washington Marriot, DuPont circle line. First stop, as recommended by hotel reception, ...
... Cemetery. Once there we were on the look out for our tour guide, who described himself as a man with a red beard, aviators and bright orange shirt covered by a red jacket, so he wasn't hard to spot when he arrived! There were about 25 of us on his tour as we walked around the Cemetery, which is where all military personnel can be buried and is also where JFK and the rest of the Kennedy family are buried too. It was interesting to look round the various memorials and hear the stories ...