Monthly Archives: January 2017

College Campus Visits in Florida

So, you're thinking of going to college in the Sunshine State? Well, with all that sand, surf, and of course, sun, how could you not? Florida holds just around 142 colleges within its borders, 83 of those public and 56 of those private. Outside of outstanding athletics, professional academics, and amazing outdoor recreation options at…
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3 Days, 3 Historic Cities: DC, Williamsburg, Baltimore

If you want to experience American history in it’s truest form, you need to see it. No, of course we don’t mean time travel, we mean real travel. Pack your bags, your books, and your students and head on a 3-day journey unlike any other, an extended weekend through America’s past! Washington D.C, Williamsburg Virginia,…
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George W Bush Pres. Library and Museum

Head to University Park in Dallas to find one of the most visited attractions in the region, the George W Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Located on Southern Methodist University’s campus you will find this astounding archival museum housing artifacts of the George W Bush Presidency, over 43,000 gifts received, and even a full-size replica…
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Nasher Sculpture Center

Welcome to the Nasher Sculpture Center, ‘one of the finest collections of sculptures in the world’. This award-winning art hotspot was built in 2003 to continue the legacy of Patsy and Raymond Nasher, a couple whose passion for modern and contemporary sculpture is palpable to any of those who have visited or known them. Nasher…
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Entrepreneurship Tours in Cleveland

Today entrepreneurship and small-business start-ups across America are highly important factors in both the economic and social sectors, some cities supporting the growth of this sort better than others. For instance, places like Silicon Valley, Oklahoma City, Boston, Seattle, and today’s feature entrepreneurship location Cleveland, Ohio, go above and beyond in the business sector. Cleveland…
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Pioneer Plaza

What better way to start your Dallas adventure than at Pioneer Plaza, the large public park in Convention Center District, located centrally in downtown Dallas. This is a heavily visited tourist spot that represents the history and spirit of Dallas, and of Texas in general. This spot is so popular, in fact, that it is…
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Trinity River Audubon Center

[caption id="attachment_21392" align="alignright" width="445"] Western Kingsbird[/caption] To fully experience a new place, or an old place, any place really, it is said that you need to spend a few hours immersing yourself into the natural elements of that place. You need to go out into a park or nature reserve and see what the natural…
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Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park

If you want extreme fun in Dallas, then you want the Zero Gravity Amusement Park, the ‘#1 home of big thrills in North Texas’. Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park is an ‘extreme ride amusement center’ featuring bungee jumping, free falling, and other high thrills we know your students are going to absolutely love. This park…
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Highland Park Village

Welcome to Highland Park Village, the upscale shopping plaza in the southwest corner of Mockingbird Lane and Preston Road in Dallas that serves as one of the most visited shopping areas in the city. Highland Park Village is considered to be the ‘first self-contained shopping center in America’, first built in 1931. Originally, the vision…
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Fair Park

Of course, you’ve heard the term ‘everything is bigger in Texas’, as a matter of fact, you’ve probably heard it about one hundred times just during this trip. Well, this stop is literally the perfect embodiment of that phrase, the Texas Fair Park being the breathtakingly massive spot that hosts the biggest state fair in…
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