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Ellis Island - New Jersey

Ellis Island

The Ellis Island Immigration Museum stands as a constant reminder of our nation’s immigration history – the largest human migration in modern history. Between 1892 and 1954, 12 million immigrants were processed here. Follow their footsteps and journey from the Baggage Room, where immigrants drop... Read More

SeaWorld Orlando - Orlando, Florida

SeaWorld ®

  Students learn about the arctic ecosystem and compare the Polar Regions with other ecosystems. Explore the biggest attraction in SeaWorld Orlando’s history, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.  Experience the majestic grandeur of the South Pole and see it through the penguins’ eyes on an ... Read More

Slow Food Italy

Italy’s Slow Food Invasion

For almost 25 years now, a movement has been invading Italy, and is now spreading to the rest of the world, with its battle cry being, “quality, freshness, tastiness and sustainability.” It is The Slow Food Movement. Founded in a small town in the north of Italy in 1986, and spreading rapidly th... Read More

Christian Discoveries FDR Monument

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

One of the newest memorials located in D.C., the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial is divided into four “rooms,” one for each of FDR’s terms in office. Each of the rooms has familiar quotations from his fireside chats, inaugural addresses, and other speeches, including one of his most famous ... Read More

California Gold Country Sacramento Panning For Gold

Panning For Gold

Early gold prospectors could draw an ounce of gold out of the river in one day while panning for gold. As the rivers became crowded with prospectors, you could spend the entire day bent over, shoveling gravel, and maybe yield a dollar’s worth of gold. Did you know? Over 2 billion dollars in gold w... Read More

Little Italy

Little Italy

With over 40,000 people living in 17 small blocks, the Italian immigrants who moved into the area bordered by Canal, Lafayette, and Houston streets faced severe outbreaks of such diseases as tuberculosis. Although afflicted by illness and poverty, this area was alive with the authentic smells, sites... Read More

Curry Hammock State Park

Curry Hammock State Park

Several small islands in the middle Florida Keys make up Curry Hammock State Park. The park is ideal for a variety of activities, including snorkeling, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking, as visitors explore the range of unique habitats. Mangrove swamps and seagrass beds provide many opportunities to se... Read More

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