Monthly Archives: January 2016

NYC: Off the Beaten Path

Everyone knows about the Empire State Building, Times Square, and the Statue of Liberty but New York City is the largest in the United States and it has a lot more to see than the few things they stick in guide books. Turn the corner and head off the beaten path for these awesome and…
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The Hottest Spot for High School Senior Trips: Miami

Miami Senior Trips Miami is the ultimate spot for high school student senior trips, a bright and beachy conglomerate of Cuban and Caribbean influences, jungles of subtropical wonderlands, and some of the best diversity of marine wildlife in the state. This city is the place to be for an adventure, offering guests a wide variety…
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Presidential Homes

For most of us, the American Presidency is a distant concept and not one we're likely to experience firsthand. However, it is an extremely important part of our national identity and as such, it's important that everyone understand the lives behind those who lead in office. The homes of said presidents are often beautiful, wonderful…
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Taste the future of fast-casual food in New York City

As the culinary capital of the U.S., New York City brings in a lot of foodies. However, over the last year, traditional eateries decreased 3% while the area of fast-casual dining grew by 7%, bringing in a new wave of culinary delights. While for now the wave focuses on vegan meals, you never know what…
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Hilton announces new affordable hotel brand, Tru

On a budget but in the market for a nice hotel? Well, the successful people at Hilton have just announced a new affordable hotel brand, Tru, that will target Millennial travelers. 120 hotels are already signed on and more are in the works for this total revamping. Here's the best part: the prices will range…
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Nontraditional Spring Break Trips

Spring break is an awesome time for escaping the monotony and hardships of school and spending time with your best of friends. Whether you're in high school or college, looking to travel far from home or near, this variety of unusual, nontraditional spring break trip destinations might just inspire your student group into a unique…
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Swan House

Built in 1928 for an affluent Atlanta family, the Swan House has only grown in reputation and beauty over the years. With a rich history in cotton, as well as hands in transportation, real estate, and other areas of Atlanta economics, the Swan House and its history made it a prime catch for the Atlanta…
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California Coastal Dream Towns

All along the extensive coast of California are dozens of small towns set on the beach, the rocky cliffs, and the magnificent scenes of the Golden State of Opportunity. Away from the hustle and hubbub of the mega cities, these coastal dream towns seem like a setting from a fairy tale, full of enchanting vistas,…
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Atlanta Botanical Garden

30 acres of pure natural beauty, the Atlanta Botanical Garden will usher your student group into the loving arms of Mother Nature. Stunning themed gardens, art sculptures, and interactive exhibits make the Atlanta Botanical Garden one of the best in the nation. The themed and attentively curated gardens here rotate seasonally, giving you a varied…
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Planning a Road Trip: the Essentials

Road trips are a classic vacation go-to. From the one's you used to take with your family as a kid to movies like National Lampoon's Vacation, road trips seem like an American vacation staple. Just think, you spend a few days in a car with your best friends and you see the wild American countryside,…
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