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... is probably floating around on some Norwegian Instagram by now.
My flight from Amsterdam to Detroit got delayed by 2.5 hours, and guess how long my layover in Detroit was supposed to be... 2.5 hours!! When you get into the US, you have to go through customs and retrieve your bag, then recheck it and go through the security again if it's not your final destination. So a bunch of people on my flight were going ...
... looking back to the Washington monument. The iconic Lincoln made of white marble, sitting in his chair watching over the city of DC.
We stood right in front of the White House with its perfectly manicured gardens, golf course like grass and large white pillars - it was exactly like the photographs. Amazing to me how it is in the middle of downtown Washington. Although it is surrounded by secret service cars and the metro police, of ...
... for the finalists' scholarships (including American Councils, AFS, iEARN, ACES, and the University of Delaware).
- Jiaxing (ACES)
- Chengdu (AFS)
- Deyang (AFS)
- Hangzhou (American Councils)
- Nanjing (American Councils)
- Suzhou (American Councils)
- Xi'an (American Councils)
- Zhuhai (iEARN)
- Xiamen (University of Delaware) ...
... and be able to come every weekend to see a small part of it and then return the next weekend... But well, I had to be happy with what I got when I wanted to see more museums!
The second place I visited was the Supreme Court. It's located just behind the Capitol. There is not much to see there, but the building itself is impressing with the famous golden spiral staircases. Apart from that you can get to know the history of the court and see the ...
So the highlight of our day was definitely getting to see the musical Wicked. It was so great! The actors were awesome and Glinda was hilarious. I'm so glad we had the opportunity to see it. But the morning was a bit more somber. We had guest speakers talk about the 9/11 attacks. One of the speakers was actually a security guard that works for the AIFL headquarters security. He previously worked for NYPD, so hearing his experiences of that day and ...