Monthly Archives: January 2018

Potomac Riverboat Co.

Potomac Riverboat Co. What is the best way to see the scenic sites of Washington D.C during your visit? By riverboat, in our opinion, more specifically by a boat from Potomac Riverboat Company! Offering several different sightseeing cruises, water taxi services, and DC touring options in general, Potomac Riverboat Co. is one of the best…
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The Great Smoky National Park Ultimate Field Trip Experience

  The Great Smoky National Park is the most visited national park in the United States, renowned for its great biodiversity, Southern Appalachian history and culture, and perhaps above all, it's striking natural beauty. [caption id="attachment_25554" align="alignright" width="425"] Great Smoky Mountain National Park Map - NPS[/caption] Within the boundaries of The Great Smoky Mountain National…
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Student Passport Guide

Many times we have student groups who don't quite know if they need a passport to travel or not. There are certain situations that can be a bit iffy, such as flying over country borders but not landing, taking a cruise in international waters, or even just making it through the airport during your big…
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Tower of the Americas

Tower of the Americas Arguably the most popular attraction in all of San Antonio, the Tower of the Americas is a must-visit for your group. This 750-foot icon located downtown holds an observation deck, revolving restaurant, bar, and even a 4D Adventure Ride (Skies over Texas). See Flags Over Texas on the observation deck, this platform…
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Battle of the Beaches: Honolulu vs Miami Beach

Beachy, busy, and beautiful beyond belief, both Honolulu and Miami Beach are excellent areas to vacation, both considered to be within the top 5 most popular beaches in America. Honolulu provides eager beachgoers with some of the most gorgeous natural scenery, with white sand beaches and heavily forested hikes near the shoreline, not to mention…
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Witte Museum

Witte Museum Where Nature, Science, and Culture Meet [caption id="attachment_25614" align="alignright" width="425"] Credit Witte Museum[/caption] Located within Brackenridge Park, Midtown San Antonio, the beloved Witte Museum will provide your group with several different tours and exhibits regarding natural history, and Texas heritage. The museum recently completed a $100 million transformation of the museum’s cultural and historical…
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Cathedral of San Fernando

Cathedral of San Fernando [caption id="attachment_25451" align="alignright" width="425"] Cathedral of San Fernando[/caption] The Cathedral of San Fernando is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church in downtown San Antonio, the mother church of the archdiocese of the San Antonio seat of Archbishop. This absolutely stunning historic building faces the main plaza downtown and shows off an…
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Spanish Governor’s Palace

Spanish Governor's Palace Welcome to the Spanish Governor's Palace, the historic adobe structure dating back to the Spanish Colonial period. Located in San Antonio's Downtown District amidst Plaza De Armas, this residence was first built in 1749 for the Captain of Presidio San Antonio de Bexar (Bejar). Also known as the 'comandancia', this spot also served…
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San Antonio Missions National Historic Park

San Antonio Missions National Historic Park Welcome to the iconic San Antonio Missions National Historic Park, one of the most historically educational, culturally insightful, and refreshingly entertaining sites you can visit with your student group while in San Antonio. This UNESCO World Heritage Site holds four out of five Spanish Frontier Missions in town, spanning nearly…
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Alamo City Ghost Tours

Alamo City Ghost Tours Twisted History, Gruesome Tales, and Ghost Hunting [caption id="attachment_25421" align="alignright" width="425"] Alamo City Ghost Tour[/caption] As one of the oldest ghost tours in San Antonio, Alamo City Ghost Tours is sure to please all the history lovers and ghost hunters in your group, no doubt about it! Presenting a truly 'twisted…
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