Q: Why did you choose to go on the Presidential Inauguration Discovery Tour?
Henning: I chose this Discovery Tour because at the EF Camp at the beginning of my exchange year, one of the teachers told us when we asked him what tour he thinks is best for us, that the Inauguration Tour would be once in a lifetime and we wouldn't get to experience that in the near future. I looked in to it and instantly liked it.
Q: What was your favorite part of the trip?
Henning: Definitely the Inauguration! It was really cool to be a part of American history, the atmosphere was just incredible.
Q: What does a Discovery Tour mean to you?
Henning: A Discovery Tour doesn't only mean reconnecting with friends you made at Camp or Welcome Days, but discovering the beautiful America. It is a very nice "vacation" with your friends!
DID YOU KNOW...
- Philadelhpia, home of the Liberty Bell and nicknamed Philly, is known as The Birthplace of America. It is where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed.
- The Birthplace of America has one of the oldest and largest park systems in the country! There are 63 parks covering more than 9,200 acres.
- Washington D.C. is home to the Smithsonian Institution which encompasses 19 museums and galleries. All of them are open every day of the year, except Christmas.