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- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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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 ...
... br> We walked over Arlington memorial bridge and into Arlington National Cemetery. Home to 400,000 men and women who served America.
Arlington Cemetery is comprised of land that once belonged to George Washington Parke Custis, grandson of Martha Washington and adopted son of George Washington. In 1857, Custis willed the 1,100 acre property to his only remaining daughter, who married Robert E. Lee. After the Lee family vacated the estate in ...
... 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!
Another interesting kind-of-museum are the National Archives. They are also huge and surely interesting, but we were already quite worn out from all the sightseeing, so we concentrated only on their highlights - the original documents of the Declaration of the Independence (1776), the Constitution (1787) and the Bill of Rights (1789). All of them are displayed to the public and you can try and read them, but the ink is already almost white, so it's hard ...
... 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 ...