Tuesday was a special day. Let’s start at the beginning. At about 9:30 am Francesca and I were woken up by some noises on the corridor.

Sunday, April 1 wasn’t only April fools’ day, but also Easter Sunday and the last day of  the 5th Indiana Comic Con, which is a big comic book convention held in the Indianapolis convention center. 

The last days my host family and I were in Tennessee, which is another state in the US. At the departure day we woke up at 5 a.m. and I was so tired that I slept a lot in the car. 

April the 1 was easter. In the morning we drove to my host mums sisters house.

Taylor, Laura and myself woke up at 6am. We packed our luggage and ate something for breakfast. At 8am the bus left and we drove to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. 

We spent our day in Chicago. After eating breakfast all the GAPP students met in the lobby of the hotel. With a bus we left to make a tour with a tour guide through Chicago.

I actually don’t want to start my “documentation” directly in Florida but in Indiana because if you go on vacation you still have to get, where you want to spend your vacation. To do this in my case, we had to go on a 17 hours car ride. 

It’s spring break in America and Kate and I had to wake up at 6 in the morning. It was hard to get out of bed but the thought that we would go to universal studios today made it a lot easier! 

After an unsuccessful search for diamonds and a warm day at the crystal mines (Jasmin wrote a blog entry about the diamond mines, go check it out!) we continued our little road trip to a wonderful house surrounded by waterfalls, brooks and rooks. 

“Are you up Lukas? It is already 7:30 AM!” (…) “LLiam? Wake up!” That’s how my morning started. My host-brother and I overslept one and a half hour.

On Thursday the 29th of March the entire GAPP-Group accompanied by some Americans went to Chicago.