“Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!'” – Robin Williams
Check out what we did for Spring Break!
This is the pool at the first hotel we stayed at. It was so much fun and I thought the view was really beautiful!
This Spring Break I went to the Shanghai Trip with the school it was a total of 19 students. On the 4th day of the trip, we went to Hangzhou and that’s when I took this picture. It was very interesting to me how ancient China had sculptures that are carved on walls. We also had the chance to visit an ancient Chinese temple that day to see the sculptures of Budda.
“This year, I did something I had only done twice before: skiing. I packed my bags with my family, we all went to the airport, and after two planes finally arrived at Snowmass, Colorado, where we stayed for a week. The weather was surprisingly warm, and the snow, very icy in the morning, became very soft in the afternoon (which was wonderful, since every time I fell it was on a mattress of soft, colorless crystals). And as to skiing, I never learned so much about something in so little time, and just to contribute to the perfect experience, our very close family friends, who also go to Dwight, were there too.”
Ms. Kearns spent a week in Puerto Rico and Sto Domingo and week two in bed. She thought she had the flu!
Eunice: I went to Philadelphia with my mother to visit my sister. We cooked a Chinese style meal with my sister and her friends. We also visited some historical museums, which is very exciting. We have a wonderful time together and I enjoyed the quiet and historical surrounding.
I stayed in New York over the spring break. I did study a lot for my coming up SAT and I worked/revised for some of my Internal Assignment.
During spring break, I traveled to Philadelphia and Washington D.C with my mom. Although we have been moved to the US for three years, we seldom have chance to travel to other states besides New York. This year, since all my college applications were done, we wanted to relax and take a trip to some cities and states around New York. The trip only lasted for two days, but we really spent time in these cities very pleasantly and knew more about the US culture. For me, the most impressive part in the trip was we got to see the cherry blossoms in Washington D.C. I have heard that the cherry blossoms only bloom for a short period every year, so it was very lucky of us that when we arrived, both riversides of the Potomac River were in beautiful pink. I was so amazed by the numerous numbers of cherry blossom trees, and filled my phone with photos of them (and my bunnies ).
I had an amazing Spring Break! I was lucky enough to visit a few friends in Europe. My first stop was Madrid, where I got to spend three days with my friend who lives there; I saw all of the beautiful architecture and history of Madrid. I then flew to Luxembourg to visit with more friends. After a day and a half there, we took the train to Paris together. Paris was stunning!! I was truly amazed at the wide streets, the museums, street performers, delicious food, and incredible history that the city has to offer. Lastly, I went to a little town in Germany called Trier; it had ancient Roman architecture and beautiful cathedrals. I loved every minute of my trip, and cannot wait to return to Europe to continue exploring all of the great cities there!
I spent time with my family in Newport (Jersey City) the first week and went to upstate NY the second week to my parent’s house. My son took dance class at his Grandma’s dance studio! We also went to Edison, NJ for some 好吃 Chinese food and celebrated my Uncle’s 70th birthday!