Monthly Archives: June 2014

Top Student Travel Destinations: Washington, D.C.

If your student group is interested in an immersive experience in American history, heritage and growing culture, one destination is the obvious choice. Washington D.C. will provide any student group with a one-of-a-kind experience and a rekindled love for the country that fought so hard to let its people be free. Whether your students want…
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Top Student Destinations: Atlanta

For a unique mix of Southern Hospitality and big city living, Atlanta is a prime contender for your next group trip. You'll be pleasantly surprised at all the exciting activities this Georgia capital has to offer.   [caption id="attachment_5604" align="alignleft" width="300"] via atlantaphotos.com[/caption] First and foremost, Atlanta's rich historical past makes for an excellent educational…
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Nashville Ghost Tours

Nashville Ghost Tours Student groups on Tennessee adventure in search of an extra-special after-dinner activity will want to check out Nashville Ghost Tours! A variety of intriguing options get you up close and personal with the mysterious and macabre side of Music City. Hop into a converted hearse and embark on a 60-minute tour of…
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Theme Tours: Movie Industry

Everyone loves going to the movies. Whether you're buttering the popcorn from home or at the comfort of your nearest cinema, movies take us on an adventure without having to travel. We decided to expand that adventure into a full-on vacation with our specialized themed tour based around the movie industry. You choose between fabulous…
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Tennessee State Museum

Tennessee State Museum Student groups on Nashville excursion will want to pay a visit to this wonderful institution featuring three entire floors and over 120,000 square feet of permanent and rotating Tennessee-related exhibits, including one of the world’s largest collections of Civil War uniforms, weapons and battle flags. The Military Museum, a branch of the…
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Top Student Destinations: San Antonio

More than 20 million tourists per year can't be wrong -- San Antonio offers eclectic art, cowboy culture, dance hall madness, TexMex cuisine and so much more that will make this Lone Star trip resonate for a lifetime!   [caption id="attachment_5560" align="alignleft" width="347"] via tripadvisor.com[/caption] Start off by remembering the Alamo on a sightseeing tour…
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Top Student Destinations: Memphis

The birthplace of blues and rock n' roll is the perfect stop for any music enthusiast, history buff or cultural connoisseur. A vibrant and growing metropolitan area, you'll be smitten with the southern hospitality and one-of-a-kind experiences.   Start off on the right foot down Beale Street, where a variety of restaurants, music, history, local BBQ,…
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Top Student Destinations: Daytona Beach

Centrally located in Florida an hour away from Orlando, St. Augustine and the Kennedy Space Center, Daytona Beach provides an opportunity for multiple mini-vacations within one trip! Whether you want to be a beach bum or a busy bee, you have plenty of options at this prime ocean city.   [caption id="attachment_5546" align="alignleft" width="336"] via…
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Reasons To Love LA

The next excursion you book ought to be to Los Angeles—however don't just try for Hollywood. Since the city's other, once lowly neighborhoods are currently loaded with amusement evolving restaurants, upbeat entertainment, and crowds of in Angelenos out having a great time. Need even more of a reason to visit LA? Here are five! 1.       The…
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Missouri Civil War Museum

Missouri Civil War Museum Student groups on Show Me State excursion with an affinity for US History will not want to miss a tour of the recently opened Missouri Civil War Museum housed in the 1905 Jefferson Barracks Post Exchange (PX) and Gymnasium building, just a few miles south of St Louis. Ten years of…
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