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... their connecting flights as well. The Amsterdam plane arrived early, just one hour before my connecting flight. Customs took foreverrr, and I managed to get to the gate right as they were closing it. So I'm here! My bag didn't make it though, hah. But they'll be delivering it tomorrow to my house, so yay.
Americans seem soo outgoing and diverse Now that I've spent 10 days in Norway, haha. Time to go home and ...
... political types, and two former US Presidents.
One of these is of course John F. Kennedy. We stood by his grave for a moment then followed the avenue holding the graves of his brothers Bobby, Teddy and the less well known Joseph, who was killed in WW2.
As we walked down to the grave of the unknown soldier, we were fortunate enough to have our way blocked by a military funeral making its way to its final destination. When I say fortunate, I don't mean that it was ...
... Here is a map of China that zooms in on the Xiamen!
I am so thrilled to be going to Xiamen this summer! will definitely be posting a ton of pictures and information about places that I want to visit and things that I want to do while I am there before I go, and I hope that I will be able to continue posting them while I am there!
... walk from the Metro station to the zoo. Thankfully, due to my research, we chose the better station with a flattish walk to the zoo instead of the "normal" station where you face an uphill walk the whole way.
We finally made it and Ashley did a beeline to the cheetahs, her favorite animal. The highlight of the National Zoo is of course their pandas. Amazingly enough we saw one who performed for us!
Since Will is not particularly interested in zoos (when you've ...
... weeks was very emotional. Afterwards we went to the 9/11 Memorial, which was really interesting. After the 9/11 Memorial we went to the Statue of Liberty. Talia's grandparents from New Jersey were able to meet her there, which was great. They were so sweet. But unfortunately we didn't get to go onto Ellis Island. Rudy really wanted to go there, but we got to see it from the ferry at least. We had supper at a cute, yummy little diner. Then off to ...