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Smell the Roses

Airplane food. Though often the butt of many an unfortunate joke, this scoffed-at cuisine stands alone in my mind, not because of its flavor or its lack thereof, but because of its sentimental value. That...

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Gateway to the West: Legacy Revealed

Kansas City, Missouri: A city just about 4 hours drive from the incredible Gateway Arch in St Louis. A true city of The West.  I had never been to the state of Missouri prior to this...

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Gustatory Travels

This June, I traveled with my family through Italy and Spain. We like to absorb the culture of the places we go rather...

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Charleston, SC: A Journey Back In Time

When my mom announced travel plans to Charleston, mounds of negative things ran through my head.  I contemplated “Why are we going to Charleston? South Carolina has the exact same...

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DeVante Williams’ Trip to Washington, D.C.

Our trip to Washington, D.C. was one of the most memorable and informative family vacations we have ever taken because of all the fun and eye opening experiences.  We visited the Lincoln Memorial,...

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First Trip in the United States of America

My family moved to the United States in 2007, indeed that was one of my exciting moments in my life. Before we moved to the United States, my family lived in a little valley on the countryside in...

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Exploring Europe During the EuroCup!

When I stepped through the automatic doors of the airport in Lisbon, (or Lisboa, pronounced Leesh-boa, to the locals!) I knew that a trip of a lifetime was about to begin. I had arrived in Portugal...

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The Knights In London

  You mean me? In London for 12 days? And it’ll be only Raenell and I?

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Costa Rican Summer

Thirty passports, thirty exhilarated students, one AeroMexico plane (of course including the complimentary six hour layover in Mexico City), a yearlong awaited trip, and one month of total Costa...

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The Survivor Tree

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