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Journal 4

Taking almost 3 hours from Williamsburg, when I woke up, the expansive great Washington memorial was there before my eyes, we finally arrived at the capital, central governmental city of great United States of America, Washington D.C. First day in … Continue reading

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I visited Washington,D.C. for the first time, and I found Washington,D.C. played mainly two important roles as the capital city of the U.S. First, Washington,D.C. is a center of politics. There are the White House, the Capitol and the Supreme … Continue reading

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I would like to talk about my impression of Washington D.C.  I have not ever visited to Washington D.C. Before I came to here, I expected that Washington D.C. is very urban city.  It is true that I could see … Continue reading

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We left Williamsburg, and arrived at Washington D.C. on 14th. I felt a little bit sad to say goodbye to Williamsburg. It is not a big city, but I like Williamsburg because we had a lot of memory there. By … Continue reading

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Journal 4

I would like to write about what I was surprised the most when I came to WashingtonD.C. I am very surprised that there are a lot of “street homeless”. In Japan, I don’t look at homeless on the street. But … Continue reading

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Journal 4

My first impression of Washington D.C. is a great one. When I woke up in the bus, I was surprised at the view of many traditional and dignified buildings. From inside of bus, I could see Washington Monument. It was … Continue reading

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Journal 4

We all moved to Washington D.C. on August 15th. It took 3 hours to come here by bus. I was sleeping almost all the way. When I woke up, I could see highways and the city with many buildings, not forest. Comparing to Williamsburg, the D.C. … Continue reading

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journal 3

First, I would like to share my thought about American food and culture that Khanh Vo presented in her lecture. I was simply surprised that there have different ideas of food especially celebrating their Christmas day. I know that both … Continue reading

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I went to a church, and I had a lecture about religion on August 13th. I went to “Unitarian Universalist Church,” and this is my first time to visit a church. What I was the most impressed is that the … Continue reading

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I was very interested in the framework lecture about “Citizenship, Culture and Consumption” and my experience about my first time of going to the church. First, I want to talk about the former lecture, because I am a student of … Continue reading

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