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The Perfect Age for Hands on Learning; Are My Students Old Enough to Value the Opportunity?

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Education is a very important part of every child’s life. In order to get a better grasp on some topics, hands on learning is needed. The use of hands on learning for elementary school children has proven to increase the level of retention that they have regarding the facts on a certain topic. Throughout several experiments through science or hands Continue Reading »

Benefits of Educational Tours for Adult Groups

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Traveling affects the way you view the world. Going to new places, meeting new people, and experiencing new cultures will inevitably change your global perspective, but for some, traveling can be overwhelming when it comes to planning the details of the trip. There are many choices when planning an overseas trip, from accommodations to airfare and everything in between. When Continue Reading »

Top 10 Most Popular Southern California Attractions

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From theme parks to national state parks and everything in between, Southern California is the ideal vacation destination for anyone seeking a unique traveling experience. 1. San Diego Zoo in Balboa Park is one of the only wild animal parks in America where animals freely roam in their own adapted environment within the zoo. The zoo boasts over 4,000 animals Continue Reading »

The Top Rated Educational Tours in the USA

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When it comes to educational tours, the possibilities are virtually endless. From walking, the Freedom Trail in Boston to visiting all the monuments and museums in Washington D.C. the United States is full of history; each place you visit essentially has a story! Many parks offer endless beauty as do the hiking trails that our settlers once traveled long ago. Continue Reading »

Choosing the Best Tour for the Dollar

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Plan Your Next Vacation We all would love to go on a wonderful tour but know that some can be extremely costly. Don’t get discouraged though, because there are numerous travel tours that you can take while really get your money’s worth. The best way to start planning your next vacation is to consider these important factors: Where do you Continue Reading »

Getting the Most Out of Your 8th Grade Washington DC Trip

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Taking Advantage of the History and Culture Washington DC is one of the most historically rich areas in the entire country. For teachers and staff planning their 8th grade Washington DC trip, there’s a lot to consider. Where do you go? What do you do? How long should you stay? What events should you attend? What’s worth seeing and what’s Continue Reading »

Spring Break in Washington, DC

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What a magical time of year to be on the East Coast.   The Cherry Blossoms are blooming in Washington, DC. Greenery, color, flowers all springing forth into the new year. It is not too early to start planning for your school’s next spring break. You too can be in Washington  DC for the awe inspiring museums, monuments and memorials. The Holocaust Continue Reading »

Spring Getaway

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This blog post is for all of  my Southern Utah and Southern Nevada active senior visitors. Wouldn’t you like to go to Southern California in March?  (march 18 – 21, 2013)   Visit the Nixon Library and Museum,  guided tour of Hollywood and Los Angeles followed by a visit to the California Science Center.    Enjoy a timed ticket to see The Continue Reading »

Happy New Year

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Happy New Year!   May 2013 bring us hope, joy and beautiful  memories. 

Happy Holidays

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We hope you and yours will have a safe and Happy Holiday We will close our office on Friday, December 21st at 1 pm and re-open for normal business on Wednesday, December 26th Where will you be touring in 2013?