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M. Brown

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I just got back from DC this morning at 2:00 am (6/2/04) I was in the Manchester High School West Marching Band. Two High Schools from each state were choosen to march in the Official Memorial day parade and the dedication of the of the new WWII memorial. My High School and Concord High School were choosen.

This experience was soo moving. No picture can match the beauty of the city of Washington. No picture comes close. You have to see it in person. It almost looks like an old Egyptian City. The Machester High School west Jazz band which I am apart of also played at the US Navy memorial. And our concert band which I am apart of as well played.

The WWII memorial I just BEAUTIFUL. Noting can describe it. You just have to see it to believe it. I hope all of you guys get a chance to see it. Its just incredible.

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I'm glad you enjoyed the city. I'm planning to spend a couple of days in DC in early August. It will be interesting to see how the city has changed since my last visit 4 years ago.

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DC is a very beautiful European looking city. The buildings in downtown are not tall but they all looks really huge when u were there. I used to live at DC area.

Georgetown and Dupont Circle is my fav.

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I live near DC. When you live near DC, it isnt special. Ask all my friends, everyone here says its boring here. You say, well you live near DC, we say, so what. I needa visit that memorial someday, maybe I can get my aunt to bring us this summer. Should be easy using Metro.

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I too was amazed when i saw DC a few years ago. The buildings did all seem huge. I was in 5th grade at the time, so i could not fully appreciate everything i saw.

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