Monthly Archives: July 2016

College Campus Visits in Tennessee

Tennessee, known to many as the home of country music, is a state full of top notch colleges that boast all the best in academics, arts, and athletics. There are several notable music, music business, and production degree programs offered at the colleges within this state, especially in Music City, aka Nashville. Enjoy exploring these…
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Top 10 Travel Trips for College Students

Let’s face it, there are very few times in your life when you are more broke, and at the same time more eager to travel, than when you are in college. Wanderlust seems to hit hard once students start living on their own and experiencing things for themselves. Unfortunately, however, their empty pocketbooks never seem…
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Seven Mile Bridge

Next stop: one of the most famous bridges in the country, at one point even considered to be the 8th Wonder of the World. The highly popular and history-filled Seven Mile Bridge  is a famously long box girder bridge located in Monroe County, serving as a connector from Knight’s Key, in Middle Keys, to Little…
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Dolphin Research Center

Located in Grassy Key, Florida, you’ll find the Dolphin Research Center, the perfect Floridian spot to get a healthy dose of dolphin! This entire establishment has a total of over 30 years of history in this community, featuring over 90,000 square feet of gorgeous and unique saltwater lagoons set into the shorelines. This entire dolphinarium…
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Fort Zachary Taylor State Park

Welcome to ‘Key West’s Best Beach’, aka Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, aka Fort Taylor. This 54 acre Floridian State Park is  considered to be a National Historic Landmark focusing on civil war era history, as well as one of the best beaches in Florida’s southern tip. Established first as a fort in 1845, then…
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Southernmost Point Buoy

The Southernmost Point Buoy is the famously anchored concrete buoy in Key West that is constantly surrounded by crowds of tourists and locals alike, each wanting a glimpse of a fabled southern spot. This marks one of the most extreme points in the United States, just 90 miles north of Cuba. There is actually a…
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Mallory Square

Welcome to Mallory Square, the area’s premier waterfront square surrounded by many different quality eateries and shops. Specifically located on 400 Wall Street, Mallory Square is well known for crowds of people gathering here to watch the sunset each evening, this spot being one of the best places to see the pink and orange colors…
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Harry S Truman Little White House

Did you know that former President Harry S Truman spent 175 days conducting business and running the nation from right here, in the Florida Keys? Well, you’re about to visit the very site where it happened, the lovingly named Harry S Truman Little White House. This living Key West Museum is located in the Truman Annex…
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Duval Street

A trip to the Florida Keys just wouldn’t be complete without a walk down Duval Street, the famous downtown commercial zone that runs from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean (1.25 miles long). This street is as full of character as the city itself, holding some of the area’s best restaurants, bars, art…
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Laser Quest Fort Lauderdale

Laser Quest is an always exciting and entertaining option for fun while in the Fort Lauderdale area, located conveniently within the Square Shopping Center between Sunrise Blvd and Sunset Strip. This establishment is a popular indoor laser tag chain, considered to be the ‘world’s leader in the laser tag industry’, with over 53 different locations…
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