Do you tune your coordinated exterior lights to the beat of a radio station? Do you proudly display a leg lamp, similar to that seen in A Christmas Story, in your front room? Perhaps you have a preference for white decorations over traditional red?
Whatever your design tastes we are sure that you’ll love what they do to the White House each holiday season. From custom snowflakes that are crafted to represent the fifty-six states and territories that make up the United States to more trees than you would think, the White House celebrates with the best of them.
Take a stroll through the White House and take a look at this year’s holiday decorations.
While most of us can agree on the importance and value of a good education, not all of us take the time to consider just how much more meaningful education becomes when coupled with experience: for experience is what happens when the four walls of the classroom are removed and the world is opened up to us.
Every culture and people have their own set of courtesies, manners, and way of doing things; just like many speak different languages and eat different foods. So, while you are out on tour and visiting many of these new people and places, please be mindful of how your actions impact others and can help keep you safe.
Washington, D.C. offers some of the most iconic monuments, memorials, museums, and other attractions that America has to offer. If you’re visiting the nation’s capital, chances are pretty good that you’re looking forward to taking it all in. While DC’s roads can become congested, the extensive Metro (subway) system can be a great way to get around!
If you are among the 30.6 million people traveling by air this Thanksgiving holiday, you will likely experience excruciatingly long TSA security screening lines. To combat this, here are some tips to help make your wait as minimal, and as stress-free, as possible. Continue reading “How to Get Through Airport Security Faster”