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... and the best - Katie - who helped us plan the trip and I was glad to have her along on the trip with us. I hope we can come to Washington DC again sometime.
Lauren, Agent Squirrel: We went to the Ford's Theater. I bought a grey and teal sweatshirt and a black and teal hat. We also went to the Spy Museum and did spy missions. My agent's name was Agent Squirrel. It was so much fun. I am so happy that I got to do all of these spy missions with all my friends.
... in the sun again :) Thus we spent most of the day walking around the city seeing the sights, instead of hiding inside. First stop.. The Ford Theatre The sight of President Abraham Lincoln's assasination. Unfortunately, the theatre was closed (our luck of course) but we were able to check out the museum, Petersen house and education centre. Having been to Gettysburg gave us all the background information to the civil war and Abraham Lincoln. So today's ...
... and has a slightly old world charm about it. Our accommodation is lovely - apartments called the Hawthorn Suites. The kids are pretty happy to discover that for the first 3 days of our stay they get to have free breakfast and dinner. Must say we are happy about it too.
Our first day here is pretty low key. Just checking in, getting set up (again) and having a quick wander around the local streets. We discover a local shopping centre that has a ...
... to the office and back nearly every day. Last but not least, a special shout out to Nidda, my colleague, closest cubicle buddy and coordinator at Study Sparkz, for making me laugh at work, for lunch-break adventures, and for helping me battle the printer once in a while. To sit here and list off everyone who has shaped my experience while in Washington, DC is unfortunately impossible. To everyone who is a part of The Washington Center program, to all the ...