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The Trip to DC!<br />
Wednesday, April 21 <br />Arrive at Dulles International Airport – late afternoon<br />Transfer to hotel, early dinner wit...
Thursday, April 22 <br />Morning visit to District of Columbia public high school. Participate in classes, lunch with stud...
Friday, April 23<br />Walking tour of the Mall, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, the White House, cherry trees at th...
Saturday, April 24<br />World quest Competition – National Press Club (9 am – 1 pm) (remember this? )<br />Afternoon – Bo...
Sunday, April 25<br />Farewell breakfast<br />Panel Presentation on Genocide US Holocaust Memorial Museum<br />Depart for ...
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  1. 1. The Trip to DC!<br />
  2. 2. Wednesday, April 21 <br />Arrive at Dulles International Airport – late afternoon<br />Transfer to hotel, early dinner with WAC-DC staff and university interns<br />
  3. 3. Thursday, April 22 <br />Morning visit to District of Columbia public high school. Participate in classes, lunch with students.<br />Afternoon visit to Smithsonian Air and Space Museum and/or National Museum of American History<br />Dinner– to be scheduled – Attend WAC-DC regularly scheduled public program - speaker<br />
  4. 4. Friday, April 23<br />Walking tour of the Mall, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, the White House, cherry trees at the Jefferson Memorial and more<br />Lunchmeeting with WAC-DC Board membersAfternoon– Visit to George Washington University. <br />Late Afternoon – Registration for World quest and meet other teams including team representing Washington DC area. <br />Dinner– At hotel with teams from across the US<br />
  5. 5. Saturday, April 24<br />World quest Competition – National Press Club (9 am – 1 pm) (remember this? )<br />Afternoon – Borders Books and other shopping visits based on student preferences<br />Dinner- with organizers at local restaurant<br />
  6. 6. Sunday, April 25<br />Farewell breakfast<br />Panel Presentation on Genocide US Holocaust Memorial Museum<br />Depart for Airport. <br />
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