Serenity Live: Granary Burying Ground

Some of America's most notable citizens rest here at Granary Burying Ground, the historic Boston cemetery established in the 1660's. There are over 5000 bodies buried here, though you will only see about 2300 headstones, as some bodies were buried together. Many of these men were an integral part of the American Revolution; you will even find the resting place...
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5 Fun Road Trip Activities for Students: App Edition

5 Fun Road Trip Activities for Students: App Edition [caption id="attachment_27318" align="alignright" width="400"] 5 Fun Road Trip Activities for Students: App Edition[/caption] If you are about to embark on a long journey with your student group on a...
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Civil Rights through the Southern States

civ·il rights ˌsivil ˈrīts/ noun the rights of citizens to political and social freedom and equality. The acquisition of civil rights for all has been an ongoing struggle since...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: First-Time Flyers

Your first time flying is always a little scary, whether you think you will be scared or not. You can go in super amped up for your trip and not even consider being afraid at any point, but perhaps when you step onboard, find your seat, and strap yourself in you may get one or two panic butterflies in your stomach......
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Itinerary Feature: 3-Day Upstate NY Women’s Rights Tour

  “There is a word that is sweeter than mother, home, and heaven.  That word is Liberty.” —Matilda Joslyn Gage. [caption id="attachment_27131" align="alignright" width="425"] Women's Rights Tour AST[/caption] For so many, this is very true, especially in the early 19th...
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10 Fun Facts About Niagara Falls

You may think you know Niagara Falls, but until you actually go visit, learn, and see for yourself, we guarantee you-you don't! Get more acquainted with the gorgeous falls before your visit and read what our friends at Niagara Falls USA have to say as a quick wrap up of Niagara Falls fun facts!! [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="27104,27105,27110,27107"] Niagara Falls State Park is...
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Student Passport FAQ’s

Are you planning an international trip for your student group and don't know where to start? You probably have many questions at this point, questions about the specifics of crossing borders with minors, what paperwork is necessary, and what the process is to acquire it. You may not be too sure where to look for the...
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Best Destinations for 4th Grade Field Trips

4th grade is a pivotal time in a young child's public schooling, this being the year they delve deep into the subjects of group/social learning, mathematical education, and putting together a big picture of how our world works, both scientifically and culturally. What better way to teach these young minds than by taking them on their first big school trip, an...
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NYC’s Top 5 Spots to Find Killer Mac & Cheese

Foodies, cheese lovers, and NYC travel junkies alike: alas, you have your ultimate guide to the best Mac & Cheese stops throughout New York City. From city classics and well-known cheese producers to hidden cheesy breakfast hotspots, we're sure you'll eat any of these delicious mac-filled options up! Beecher's Handmade Cheese A true Mac & Cheese iconic in NYC, Beecher's...
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Serenity Live: Salem Witch Museum

The Salem Witch Museum in Boston presents this tragic and fascinating era of history in a new and illuminating light. Visit the exhibits illustrating how perceptions of witchcraft have evolved over the centuries, marvel at the artifacts and art as the guides expertly lead you through history. Discover the drama and terrible thrill of America’s most phenomenal spectacle of...
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