Monthly Archives: April 2017

Housing Works Bookstore and Cafe

Housing Works Bookstore and Cafe [caption id="attachment_22576" align="alignright" width="425"] Housing Works Bookstore and Cafe[/caption] A well-known community do-gooder organization, Housing Works, has an excellent opportunity for your group at the Housing Works Bookstore and Cafe. An eatery within a volunteer bookstore, volunteer meaning the books and materials are all donated and the proceeds go to…
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New York Public Library

New York Public Library [caption id="attachment_22572" align="alignright" width="425"] New York Manhattan Public Library Fifth Avenue 5th Av downtown US[/caption] The New York Public Library is the second largest library in the United States, the fourth largest in the world. This massive, in both size and reputation, public library holds 53 million items, the entire system covering…
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Brooklyn Chocolate Tour for Students

New York, Chocolate, and Travel: What could be better?? A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tours has put together what we think is one of the most entertaining, educational, and epically delicious tours in New York, the Brooklyn Chocolate Tour. This company puts together some of the most insightful tours in the Brooklyn area, offering both locals and…
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Laura Ingalls Wilder House and Museum

Laura Ingalls Wilder House and Museum Welcome to the historic Laura Ingalls Wilder House and Museum, an iconic literature and history hotspot located in Mansfield, Mo, just 45 minutes from Springfield. This is the spot ‘Where the Little House Books were Written’, the spot oftentimes also referred to as Rocky Ridge Farm. Laura Ingalls Wilder…
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Kansas City Public Library

Kansas City Public Library Talk about a striking exterior design! We guarantee you won't miss this stop, the giant books outside beckoning your group right into its front doors!  The Kansas City Public Library is one of the finest in all of Missouri, a library that serves over 1.7 million metro KC residents with its multitude…
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Haunted Hannibal Ghost Tour

Haunted Hannibal Ghost Tour End your night with a Haunted Hannibal Ghost Tour, a ‘spine-tingling guided tour of Hannibal’s most notoriously haunted sites, both past and present.’ This tour is a step-on trolley tour, based on the number of people in your group (over 14, under 14 is a bus tour), and will fill you…
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Coral Ridge Mall

Coral Ridge Mall Eat, play, and shop at the nearby Coral Ridge Mall, located just 15 minutes from Iowa City. Some of the area’s absolute finest entertainment can be found within this enclosed super-regional shopping mall, with over 120 stores, a hefty handful of onsite eateries, a movie theater, and even an on-site ice skating…
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University of Iowa

University of Iowa Iowa City is a golden literature spot to stop in the first place, the entire city named a Literature City by UNESCO in 2008, only the third to be titled so. One of the main reasons this city is named such is due to the incredible involvement of the University of Iowa,…
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Newberry Library

Newberry Library [caption id="attachment_22533" align="alignright" width="425"] Newberry Library Chicago with AST[/caption] While in Chicago your group should make a point to stop at the Newberry Library, an independent research library dedicated to the humanities. This iconic library has been free and open to the public since 1887, the stately 5-story granite building seeing thousands upon…
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Ernest Hemingway Foundation

Ernest Hemingway Foundation  ‘The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places’. -A Farewell to Arms. Ernest Hemingway is one of the most celebrated American authors of all time, a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer who has passed such immediate classics as For Whom the Bell Tolls, A Farewell to Arms,…
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