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My flight back was a bit annoying; I sat between an old Mexican Spanish-speaking guy and a fat 14-year-old that literally took over my seat. They were hogging the arm rests and they kept bumping into me every 5 minutes. I had to stay like that for 3 hours. I'm also claustrophobic :U.
BUT ANYWAIS If you didn't know already, I'm back from my trip. The following is only describing it, no need to read. It isn't important c:
Ah yes. Well, I had bought a small golden bracelet with the American flag on hearts dangling from it, an I Heart DC tee-shirt, a zebra-blue Washington D.C. hoodie and a lanyard thingy for skewl. I had to share a room with 2 other people that were INSANE. A good insane though c: They were absolutely hilarious, I wish I would've met them sooner. We had conjoining rooms, and 3 of my friends were in that room, along with another girl that turned out to be nice and funny ;v; Every morning, they woke me up by staring me in the face. They would literally get up 3 minutes before all our alarms went off just to stare at me and wake me up. Herk.
We had a really big meal for all our meals, I swear. Breakfast was a buffet, lunch was usually a buffet, as was dinner and everything looked so delicious I can't even- I think I walked off all the pounds I gained, though. GOD that was a LOT of walking. The trip itself was okay, I guess it could've been more entertaining thought. We just drove around in a bus and looked at museums and monuments. The bus driver was awesome though! The chaperones knew him since they started doing these trips, and every day he would make us sing a song, or sing some kind of remix of a song that he came up with. He's a really good rapper .o. He was hilarious and he told us stories abut schools that went to him and made their trip horrible. One school broke the elevator by doing the Harlem Shake, another had a pair of girls that fell in a tidal pool and another had a group that danced on the roof of the hotel and got sent home early.
We didn't get to go to the History Museum; instead they took us to the BORING AS HELL Art Museum. Now, I love art. But that museum was about as interesting as watching paint dry. And if I thought of it that way, I'd hate to see what the other kids thought. We did get to see the Holocaust Museum, though. It was really interesting to me .o. I can't believe people were treated like that ;; I had a chance to go to the Arlington Cemetery, too. It was so incredibly sad, there was just tombstone after tombstone after tombstone. And I saw the changing of the guards, and it was so official. I mean, I understand they're guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and stuff, but they can't just march 21 steps to switch out instead of doing a 10-minute long gun thingy, then march around like robots and eventually end up switching? Wowe.
Well I'm done typing this stuff out bro. I saw A LOT of other stuff that I don't feel like typing either. So. Um. Y'know.
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