United States

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Ellis Island – A National Treasure
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10 Tips for a Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Visit
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Meet the Metropolitan Museum with Walks of New York #takewalks
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Denver Museum of Nature and Science
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Heading to the Ellen Show!
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Grand Canyon Rafting Adventure

Ellis Island – A National Treasure

12 MILLION INDIVIDUALS… Beginning in 1892, Ellis Island was their first step on American soil. Men, women, boys, and girls. Infants and the elderly, all carrying only what meant the most to them. A faded photograph, a battered Bible, a tattered stuffed bear. “Put your baggage over there,” was the order […]

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10 Tips for a Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Visit

If there is one view that can compare to seeing the Statue of Liberty standing proudly across the Upper New York Bay, it is seeing her up close on a visit to Liberty Island. Coming in by boat, you watch as she slowly grows larger – until she completely fills […]

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Meet the Metropolitan Museum with Walks of New York #takewalks

Prepare yourself for cultural time travel at it’s very best. Meet the Met: Highlights of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is an expertly guided and informative tour through the enormous spaces of the New York City Metropolitan Museum. If you’re visiting New York  April 1-7th, 2014, you can take the […]

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Denver Museum of Nature and Science

While the animals don’t exactly come to life and run through the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, they certainly appear as though they could! Realistic dioramas of wildlife found both far away and those from nearby forests bring an up-close look into their world. Within the wildlife exhibits it […]

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Heading to the Ellen Show!

After MONTHS of trying we finally scored tickets to The Ellen Show!  It seems easy enough, go to the Ellen Show website, find the date you would like to go and wait by the phone for the call that you have tickets!  Well, try after try, we finally got that […]

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Grand Canyon Rafting Adventure

It’s Friday, deep in the Grand Canyon. With the 5am conch shell blow for coffee, our day begins. Today we’re on the water by 7am; tents, cots, and sleeping bags safely tucked away in enormous dry bags. The first wash of 46 degree muddy Colorado River hits us square in […]

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