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... a public airport in Dulles, Virginia, 26 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. The airport is named after John Foster Dulles, the 52nd Secretary of State under President Eisenhower. Dulles Airport occupies 11,830 acres. The airport handles over 22 million passengers a year, and one of United Airlines' two East Coast hub airports. With nearly all of the international passenger traffic in the Washington-Baltimore region, Dulles is the busiest international
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... walking around. That evening we watched Jack Ryan before heading to bed. I was hoping to stay up late and wake up early but that didn't happen.
Ended up sleeping in the next morning till around 9:30. All the early mornings and late nights the days before caught up to me. We all enjoyed a great breakfast of watermelon and cinnamon rolls, before Jordan and I headed into town on the Metro. This was my first taste of the Metro system. ...
... the southernmost point of Manhattan. Mom and I then walked up the Brooklyn Bridge to see the sun set behind the city and slowly see the city transform into a world of lights that lit up the sky. After some inevitable shopping on and around Times Square, we took the bus back to our motel. This day had been long and intense, but absolutely amazing! I don’t think you can ever spend enough time in the big apple!
On Sunday morning we allowed ourselves to sleep in for a ...
... for my semester abroad in Florence Italy, I'd like to share my lists from the Study Abroad Expectation worksheet provided by the Marymount Center for Global Education.
5 Things I am most looking forward to:
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- Culture (particularly fashion!)
- Learning a new language
... wide including the hope diamond, mummies and a section about how bones from hundreds of years ago tell stories of life. Next was the American history museum, which covered everything from the settlement of American colonies, early national transportation, American wars, the presidents and First Ladies and a 2 story house over 200 years old that they had preserved and brought into the museum, telling stories of four of the families that lived ...