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  • When I received that phone call, from my delegate leader that I was accepted into the People to People European Heritage Journey I was beyond ecstatic. Traveling Europe for two weeks, with 24 other kids and 4 adults, during the summer I knew was going to be great experience. We were going to see...

  • On April 11th, 2006, me and 28 fellow students, teachers, and parents set out for Philadelphia International Airport, eager and excited to board our flight to Germany. As I waited for my seat section to be called, I made some last minute checks: Passport? Yes. Euros? Right here. Reading material?...

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  • The most memorable trip that I have taken with my family was recently when we went to Assateague National Park. Assateague, Maryland’s only ocean park, is most famous for its wildlife and is home to many species of engendered birds, and wild horses. My family enjoys going to Assateague for the...

  •     Sin City. Better known as Las Vegas, Nevada, this city possess that nickname for a reason. This city is notoriously known as being “only fun if you’re over 21,” and there’s no question about that. With its endless array of alcoholic beverages and rows upon rows of slot machines, there...

  •      "If the wind is too strong, just hold on tight!" yelled Peter, one of the three group leaders. Meanwhile, you’re on top of mountain ridge, Crib Goch, 3000 feet above sea level with winds swirling around, a thick, dense fog approaching and not to mention a rain cloud coming. For you and nine...

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  •      Cumberland Island is a place unlike any other; it is completely uninhabited. Armadillos roam freely across walking trails, feral horses gallop on the beach, and birds flit across the untarnished sky. It is a place of serenity, practically untouched by humans.      During Christmas break of...

  • As the saying goes, “Rome was not built in a day.” Therefore, being able to explore all of Rome and its treasures in a day alone is a highly impossible feat. To make this equation more difficult, add a barely walking 67-year-old grandma, a history buff father, a just turned 40, take charge mom, a...

    Tags: Europe, Italy, Rome
  •              I trudged in among the masses of people and craned my neck above the crowd, attempting to see how much longer before I could enter the Sistine Chapel. “Silence please! NO photos!” a stern security guard reprimanded. I was getting impatient after waiting for hours to see this, but I...

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