Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Chocolate Lover’s Guide to 2016 Travel

A new year, a new goal, a new yearning to travel.  2016 is the year of chocolate, and this list is the perfect start to your journey around America, chasing chocolate! Find out where some of the most unique, delicious, and downright fancy dessert shops in the U.S. are and what you can expect to…
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5 Florida Destinations that aren’t Orlando

Florida is a big state and extremely popular with American travelers, no matter the age. It really has everything a person could want from the best amusement parks in the world to year round warm weather and spotless white sand beaches leading into the cerulean ocean. But there's more to Florida than Orlando, and your…
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#Periscope for Travelers

There is a new media craze taking the tech lovers of the world by storm, going by the name of Periscope. Periscope is a downloadable smart phone app that allows you to broadcast live video feed to the world, a great new chance to market, network, and share. This is a huge breakthrough for the…
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Charleston Museum

Charleston Museum This next stop is quite a spectacular one, a visit to America’s very first museum, the highly popular Charleston Museum. Founded first in 1773 and then opened to the public in 1824, this museum on Meeting Street of Charleston has been named by the American Alliance of Museum’s as the first and most…
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Barrier Island Eco Tour

Barrier Island Eco Tour [caption id="attachment_31583" align="alignright" width="425"] Isle of Palms Charleston Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Barrier Island Eco Tours provide your group with the ultimate Charleston adventure! This amazing company provides the very best naturalist-guided excursions exploring the various marshes and islands of South Carolina. Located on the Isle of Palms, Barrier Island strives to "promote…
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Texas Memorial Museum

Texas Memorial Museum Located on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, the Texas Memorial Museum was established as an educational institution focusing primarily on natural history. Founded in commemoration of the 1936 Texas Centennial, the Texas Memorial Museum explores the history of time and the natural science of the earth through paleontology,…
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Mexic-Arte Museum

Mexic-Arte Museum The premiere fine arts museum dedicated to Mexican and Mexican-American art and artists, the Mexic-Arte Museum of Austin is a fabulous destination for educational student groups and graduation celebratory vacations alike. Also known as the Official Mexican American Fine Arts Museum of Texas, this wonderful establishment works to promote, educate, and inspire visitors…
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Fort Moultrie

Fort Moultrie [caption id="attachment_31160" align="alignright" width="425"] Fort Moultrie Credit Danielle Bopp[/caption] Welcome to Fort Moultrie, the series of fortifications on Sullivan’s Island built to protect the city in 1776. This fort is located specifically on Middle Street of Sullivan’s Island, on the same embankment as Fort Sumter. The National Park Service took over this fort…
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South Carolina Aquarium

South Carolina Aquarium Begin your day with a highly anticipated trip to one of the top aquariums in the country, the South Carolina Aquarium. This celebrated marine life center opened in May of 2000 within the historic Charleston Harbor, a massive and impressive 92,990 square foot complex celebrating the native and exotic sea creatures of…
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Drayton Hall Southern Plantation

Drayton Hall Southern Plantation [caption id="attachment_31603" align="alignright" width="425"] Drayton Hall Southern Plantation[/caption] What is a trip to Charleston without a stop at the exquisite and highly popular Drayton Hall Southern Plantation? This estate is an icon of American history, design, and historic preservation and is oftentimes considered to be the most significant and undisturbed historic…
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