How do you decorate for the holidays? Do you tune your coordinated exterior lights to the beat of a radio station? Do you proudly display a leg lamp, similar to that seen in A Christmas Story, in your front room? Perhaps you have a preference for white decorations over traditional red? Whatever your design tastesContinue reading “The White House Holiday Tour”
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Students can explore, engage, and learn to express themselves better when they are exposed to travel and are given the opportunity to network with other individuals from other cultures and social backgrounds. Through these types of experiences, students can learn cooperation, how to overcome challenges, and how to globally connect with others in a positive way.
Every culture and people have their own set of courtesies, manners, and way of doing things; just like many speak different languages and eat different foods. So, while you are out on tour and visiting many of these new people and places, please be mindful of how your actions impact others and can help keepContinue reading “Travel Courtesy & Safety Rules”
Washington, D.C. offers some of the most iconic monuments, memorials, museums, and other attractions that America has to offer. If you’re visiting the nation’s capital, chances are pretty good that you’re looking forward to taking it all in. While DC’s roads can become congested, the extensive Metro (subway) system can be a great way toContinue reading “10 Metro Stops for Washington, D.C.’s Top Attractions”
If you are among the 30.6 million people traveling by air this Thanksgiving holiday, you will likely experience excruciatingly long TSA security screening lines. To combat this, here are some tips to help make your wait as minimal, and as stress-free, as possible.