Monthly Archives: October 2016

Top 10 High School Graduation Excursions

If you are looking for the most iconic, entertaining, educational, and all-around most memorable senior trip ideas there are within the U.S, then look no further! This Top 10 list is a special one for us, highlighting our top choices for the absolute best high school graduation trips, from coastal cities by the beach to…
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College Campus Visits in Colorado

Colorado is a state full of diverse landscapes and culture, major sports leagues, and so many amazing universities. Students who choose a school in Colorado get many ecological benefits, most schools hosting eco-clubs that explore the Rocky Mountains, Rocky Mountain national Park, and various deserts and river canyons. The Native American history and geography of this…
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Discovery Park of America

Discovery Park of America If your student group is heading to St. Louis from Memphis or Nashville, or vice versa, you're going to want to make a quick pit stop in Union City, a highly educational discovery center that is conveniently on the route to any of these three cities. Discovery Park of America is…
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Disney’s YES Program: Leadership Strategies Edition

Disney is a growingly popular place within the United States to take your middle school, girl scout or high school student leadership groups, both for the educational workshops and the hands-on leadership experience and models provided. Many teachers may be surprised by how many opportunities Disney in both California and Florida provide for students, the…
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Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria

Moose's Tooth Pub and Pizzeria If you liked the Bear Tooth Theatrepub, you’re going to love this next tasty food-filled stop, the Moose’s Tooth Pub, and Pizzeria. Owned by the same people, the Moose’s Tooth Pub is located on Old Seward Highway, opened daily from 10:30 am to 11 pm. Owners Rod Hancock and Matt…
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Portage Glacier

Portage Glacier [caption id="attachment_30866" align="alignright" width="423"] This picture is taken by the Portage Glacier near Anchorage Alaska[/caption] Welcome to Portage Glacier, one of the most visited Alaska attractions that sit on the Kenai Peninsula. More specifically, this glacier can be found within Chugach National Forest, just south of Portage Lake (6km west of Whittier). This…
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Bear Tooth Theatrepub

Bear Tooth Theatrepub If you are looking for something warm, delicious, and entertaining all at once, then you need to head over to Bear Tooth Theatrepub. This local theater house and dining hot spot is an Anchorage classic located on 27th Avenue. Officially a 2nd run-indie moviehouse, Bear Tooth is also a pub, and eatery,…
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Simon and Seafort’s

Simon and Seafort's Welcome to Simon and Seafort's Saloon and Grill, or as the locals more commonly refer to it as, Simon’s. This Anchorage local eatery is consistently being voted the best in Alaska, serving up some of the highest quality steaks, freshest local seafood, and most breathtaking views since 1978. Not only is the…
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Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing

Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing [caption id="attachment_30842" align="alignright" width="425"] Photos Chris McLennan Redoubt Bay 201.jpg[/caption] (Aug 1 - Sep 1) If you happen to be in or around Anchorage during the month of August, this is a must-do experience! During this month the bear viewing is excellent, which is why Rusts Flying Service offers Natural History…
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Anchorage Half-Day Hike

Anchorage Half-Day Hike [caption id="attachment_30849" align="alignright" width="250"] Family on guided nature walk on the Rodak Nature Trail, Eagle River Nature Center outside of Anchorage, Alaska. Sandra Skaggs, naturalist guide. Michelle Salcher (white tshirt), Patricia Salcher (mom dark hair), Gail Salcher (green warmup pants), Gerald Salcher (dad). Evelyn Ludford (blond)family friend.[/caption]  (May 28 - Sept 18)…
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