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... a few times and I don't quite know the history but it was a stone
built hut in almost the middle of all these new age buildings and structures.
But it was a pretty site.
The last stop was ofcourse the White House. Took some
pictures and ofcourse I tried to look at every window hoping I'd probably see
President Obama.. N no I wasn't that lucky! As I walked out to take a seat on a
bench next to a lake right outside and just sat staring at the fountain ...
... People seemed very drunk but like... I don't know how to put this... Eh. People just seemed to be enjoying the music and swaying and shaking somewhat. I didn't see a lot of guys actively creeping on girls, and it was true Norwegian guys don't buy girls drinks. I saw a bunch of decently good looking girls buy their own drinks, swipe credit cards and not tip the bartender, hah. I had ONE guy offer while I was in line to get ...
... Construction of the monument began in 1848, was halted from 1854 to 1877, and was finally completed in 1884. The view was amazing from the North, South, East and West. It give us a true appreciation of how grand this city is. The evening was spent eating pizza in the park and a 'bike and roll tour' where we took in sights of the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Tomorrow, we make the drive from Washington DC to Niagara ...
... with a tribute to one of the great American presidents.
Our afternoon then centred on a visit to the Arlington cemetery where we saw a very impressive changing of the guard, with great precision and ceremony, and visited JFK's grave which is located there. It is a very moving place to see, and well worth the visit.
Finally we saw the JFK cultural centre, large and stylish, with an opera house and 5 other concert halls. There were other buildings too but it would be ...
... to high school students and recent high school graduates. It was created to help students learn less frequently taught languages. The Languages taught abroad are:
- (Mandarin) Chinese
- P ersian (Tajiki)
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