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  •          I have hiked the mountains of Montana, and swung through the treetops of Costa Rica. I have soaked in the seas of Sicily and I have explored the castles of Germany. None of these amazing ventures, however, can compare to my experience as a participant in the March of the Living.          ...

    Tags: Europe
  • Welcome to Michigan. Here, in this beautiful state, you can find many adventures. Perhaps you will take a trip up to the sleeping bear dunes on Lake Michigan,and hear the stories of how she was create. Or maybe you're seeking thrills at Michigan adventures, where there's two parks for the price of...

    Tags: Exploring, USA
  • The summer of 2008 was when I went to Trinidad and Tobag. I was schedueled to stay with my Aunt Jerro in Bucco for three weeks along with my grandmother. The heat there was not necessarily hotter than in the U.S., it was just a different type of heat. The first night I broke into a heat rash all...

  • This summer I was given the opportunity of a life time-- to travel for sixteen days through France. I don't think pictures or what I wrote in my journal will ever really show how grateful I am to have been able to visit a country as rich in history as France. I learned so much and saw so many...

  • When I was in the tenth grade a selected few students in my class took a trip to the historical Civil War battle site: Gettysburg. I was 15 at the time, and we stayed at Farnsworth House Inn with three girls of the same age, and two teachers rooming next to us with a connecting door. We stayed for...

  • The first time my dad said we were going to Maine I was somewhat skeptical. I honestly didn't think Maine had much to see. All I've heard was that Maine was famous for lobster, and I wasn't much of a lobster lover. But I have to say, Maine was probably one of the best places I have ever traveled to...

  • In 11th grade I was given the chance of a lifetime. My German club was taking a 10 day trip to Germany, Lichtenstein and Austria. I begged my parents to allow me to participate in the trip, and to my surprise they said yes. We left on a very eraly flight out of JFK International Airport and before...

    Tags: Europe
  • In hindsight, Rome probably would have killed us. Our week in Tuscany was to be strictly rural, as mandated by my outdoorsy mother. Although she had waxed poetic about the narrow country roads described in her ladies’ book club favorite “Under the Tuscan Sun”, she was a lot less enthusiastic...

  • Do you ever wonder if the old western town feeling can be captured in our modern towns? Have you ever thought that visiting a western town like you see in the movies would be applicable to today? Well, look no further! Wickenburg, Arizona is just the town you are dreaming of. I have had the...

    Tags: Arizona, USA
  • On July 5th, 2007, our plane touched down in Ben-Gurion Airport near the city of Tel Aviv. My family and I traveled to Israel for one of the biggest events of my childhood, my Bar Mitzvah. A Bar Mitzvah is a Jewish coming of age ceremony that serves as a transition between childhood and adulthood....

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