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... were able to walk round. We visited the Kennedy's graves and the went to the tomb of the unknown soldiers. The military guard the tomb 24/7. Just to the side of the tomb is the grave if Audie Murphy - he was in a lot of cowboy films but before becoming an actor he fought in WWII and was America's most decorated soldier of that war. He was killed in a plane crash in 1971 when we was 46. By now we had taken off our fleeces and was walking along in our t-shirts - not bad for a March day.
... in America and all family's and friends gather and give thanks for things in there life whilst sharing a massive dinner involving turkey. The mansion we were having the dinner at was really posh and old, 18 people turned up and all sat around the table. The meal was huge and there was loads to drink, I didn't know what to make of it all at first but soon got into the spirit of it, on of the uncles is into wine, he had brought loads of bottles and loads were worth ...
... proclamation. This was yet another exhibit that, for some reason, you weren't allowed to take photos. However, it was very interesting especially considering that this was something I knew a bit about but was never taught during history at school. Perhaps one of the more obscure, but interesting exhibits was 'American Stories' this was effectively an exhibit highlighting a number of things from American popular culture showing things such as a 1st generation iPod, ...
... but being renovated) and the National Cathedral. The Cathedral is SO awesome! We were able to go inside for a few minutes but there was a worship service going on (it WAS Sunday) so we could not act so much like tourists.
... semester with. I can't wait for the next 4 months of this great adventure. I am looking forward to learning about health in the context of our first international stop in Sao Paulo, Brazil and to all of the great experiences that will be had there, especially with Carnival in a couple of weeks. This journey is just beginning and i'm psyched for all in store. OFF TO BRAZIL!