Monthly Archives: November 2016

The Best of NYC Broadway for Students

Broadway shows are what we consider to be the sparkling gem of NYC culture, especially for student groups. If not specifically part of a theater or drama club, many students may feel like Broadway isn’t their thing, or maybe that it will be boring, or at least that is what we have heard from a…
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Arizona State Museum

Southwestern U.S culture, Northern Mexican heritage, and amazing historical artifacts from the area all await you at the Arizona State Museum, our top choice for educational destinations in Tucson. This museum was first established in 1893, originally used as a repository for a cultural collection as well as for protection of said archaeological resources. Today…
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Kitt Peak National Observatory

[caption id="attachment_20914" align="alignright" width="425"] Kitt Peak -  Credit Joe Parks[/caption] Welcome to the Kitt Peak National Observatory, the United States astronomical observatory site that is located on the 2,096 meter Kitt Peak, within the Quinlan Mountains. This Sonoran Desert sparkling gem takes guests on average of about three hours to explore, the site itself holding…
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Tucson Botanical Gardens

Surprisingly enough, you and your group can find a lush oasis filled with both native and exotic ecological wonders here amidst the desert- typical Tucson setting, all you have to do is head to the Tucson Botanical Gardens! Within this 5-acre garden area, you will find a collection of 16 different gardens, the entire collection…
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HUB Restaurant

Welcome to HUB, one of Tucson’s absolute best when it comes to unique local foods, which is really what the whole city is all about, culinarily speaking! This popular downtown eatery serves as a restaurant and ice creamery all in one, the building itself set in the very heart of the most exciting and fastest-growing…
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10 Best Destinations for Student Travel

Next Page For Student Travel Trips.. The United States is full of seriously great destinations for student travel, whether you are talking about planning an elementary school day-long history field trip or a weeklong college student retreat. America’s war-torn and culture-filled map has several different notable hot spots full of education mixed with entertainment, these…
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Top 10 Hidden Gems in Tucson

Tucson is arguably the most culture-filled city throughout all of Arizona, the city gleaming with gems of native american history, indigenous cultures blending the American cowboy with Spanish and Mexican influences, and of course, some of the most deliciously authentic southwestern food of all. Those gleaming gems are quite well known, but what about all…
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Center for Creative Photography

[caption id="attachment_20877" align="alignright" width="425"] Ansel Adams Snake River[/caption]  The Center for Creative Photography is a sort of hidden gem of Tucson, this amazingly informative and yet still captivating local museum one of the absolute best spots for art and photography lovers to visit. Established in 1975, this museum center sits as a resident of the…
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Cafe Poca Cosa

[caption id="attachment_20874" align="alignright" width="425"] Pork Dish at Cafe Poca Cosa[/caption] Cafe Poca Cosa is one of the most highly rated and highly visited restaurants in all of Tucson, arguably in all of southern Arizona. This cafe provides guests with a stylish option offering a Mexican menu that switches twice daily. Suzane Davila is the owner…
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DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun

The DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is one of Tucson’s finest displays of local art, this historic landmark and local art gallery all in one being one of the most popular places to visit for art-lovers in the Southwest region. Considered to be an ‘artistic manifestation and architectural construction by Ettore ‘Ted’ DeGrazia’, this property…
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