Friday, April 9, 2004

Teens have different perspective on Capital than most: "Glistening marble and limestone monuments might inspire national pride when tourists young and old throng a National Mall now scented by cherry blossoms, but the truly studious student visitors to the nation's capital want answers. 'The eternal flame? When it rains, I wonder how it stays on,' said Amanda Smith, 13, of Memphis, Tenn., four days into a five-day Washington field trip with her eighth-grade class."

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