Monthly Archives: May 2016

America’s Best Water Park Rides

Summer is all about having fun with friends, enjoying the great outdoors, and good old fashioned R&R. Water parks are practically synonymous with summer so when you're thinking of a weekend away or a full on vacation with family and friends, consider the best American water parks and their incredible, record breaking rides, like these!…
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Budget Road Trips for Groups/Students

Road trips are generally more affordable than flying, plus you get the added face time with your friends. Make memories that will last a lifetime as you motor across the country, or maybe just around the state, encountering beautiful natural wonders and manmade attractions. Whether you're looking for a long trip to satisfy your wanderlust…
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20 Places to See Before You’re 20

There's so much beauty, history, and significance in the United States, from the tallest mountains to the most hidden waterfalls. Monuments, memorials, museums, and more add to the poignant and exciting adventure that is travel, and travel is never more important than it is in your youth. So pack a bag and head out on…
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11 Unlikely Senior Trip Destinations (That You’re Going to Love)

When it comes to planning your senior trip you shouldn’t just settle for any old U.S. mainstream location, you should go somewhere truly unique and memorable. That is why we at Adventure Student Travel have come up with this list of our top choices for unlikely senior trip destinations that you are going to love,…
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10 Best Grad Trip Ideas

Next Page For Top 10..                           Congratulations on graduating! It's an exciting time in your lives and you should celebrate! After all your hard work, head out on a grad trip for a little R&R, thrilling fun, and to discover something brand new.…
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St. Francis of Assisi Church- NY

The church of St. Francis of Assisi, home to the National Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua, is an incredible, historic Manhattan landmark. Staffed by the devoted Order of the Friars Minor, St. Francis of Assisi Church has roots in the Kingdom of Hungary, the parish's founding priest hailing from that distant land. Here you and…
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7 Amazing Ideas for Student Cruises

Summer is finally here, which can only mean two things: 1) Students are out of school for a few blissful months and 2) The sultry seasonal sun is beating down, making splashing around some waves an ideal option! We at Adventure Student Travel have several different student cruise options available to help you choose, including…
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St. Frances X Cabrini Shrine – NY

At St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine, on a gorgeous wood site in Northern Manhattan, you will find the shrine of Mother Cabrini. This site houses the most precious remains of the beloved Saint Frances, which were moved here from Wood Park in 1933, 16 years after her death. Saint Francis was canonized in 1946, and a…
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Met Cloisters

Visit Northern Manhattan to see the unique and informational medieval branch of the Met museum located in beautiful Fort Tryon Park. This portion of the famous NYC museum showcases medieval art in a true French monastery, showing curious guests the cultural and historical wonders of medieval Europe through art, architecture, and gardens. The Cloisters were…
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Tenement Museum

Located in the Lower East Side, the Tenement Museum of New York is a National Historic Site, first built in 1863. Here you will see a culturally significant historic home of gorgeous Italianate architecture, once home to over 7,000 working class immigrants trying to make a living in the New World. These men and women worked…
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