Trip to Washington
8th Grade trip to Washington D.C.
Trip to D.C.
Lincon and Jefferson Memorial
The lincon memorial stands at 98' 5 feet tall. When we looked outside from this memorial it was a spectaacular veiw of the Washington Monument and its reflectiong pool. This monument was built in 1966 for the in memorial of Abraham Lincoln. The Jefferson memorial stands at 19 feet tall and was constructed in 1943. this memorial is in memorial of
the WWII memorial
Air and Space Museum
Arlington National Cemetery
"It’s the “People’s House.” It’s a place that is steeped in history, but it’s also a place where everyone should feel welcome."- Michelle Obama
The white house may be a government building but it is still interesting to know about.
The white house Is the official residence and principal workplace of the President. Many events have been held on the front lawn of the white house. The president's family also lives in the white house.
The National Zoo
About 2,000 animals and almost 400 species, some of which are endangered, live here. When we went to the zoo, one of my favorite animals I saw was the giant pandas. They have Asian elephants, cranes, gorillas, tigers, cheetahs, and many more types of animals there.
THE DINNER DANCE!
The dinner dance that we went on was amazing! We had so much fun, and saw so many cool sites along the river. We saw the washington monument, and many amazing architectural buildings that were all lit up beautifully. One of the best parts of the cruise for me was that I got to spend time with my friends just having fun!
Traveling and the Hotel
Othe stuff that happened on the trip
Sydney and me on the bus
A bunch of my friends
(sorry its blurry we were walking through the sculpture garden)
BreAnna "holding up" the washington monument