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Experiencing Plimouth Plantation with Preschoolers

Travelling with Toddlers

It’s never too early to start learning about American history. And one of the best places to start is (almost) at the beginning. Plimouth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts invites visitors year-round to step back in time to… (more)

‘Tis the Season to Volunteer Abroad

The holiday season is a time for giving and gratitude. No matter what your religious beliefs or background may be, this time of year inspires reflection, growth, and generosity. For many, the holidays are also a time to take a… (more)

Follow the Red Brick Road to Freedom with Boston’s Freedom Trail

Boston, nicknamed beantown because of the infamous baked bean and maple syrup recipe originally passed down from the pilgrims, is one of the oldest and most historical cities in the US. Where else can you see the oldest continuous restaurant… (more)

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: A Renaissance Venetian Palace in Boston

As I walk in, my breath is taken away by the three-story indoor courtyard garden before me. Beds of clover and ivy blanket the ground, exotic Australian tree ferns frame a beautiful center mosaic, and rare orchids give a tropical… (more)

Hyannis with a French accent

  Just hearing the words Cape Cod makes my taste buds tingle. When I’m there in summer, I feast on fried clams, lobster rolls, and corn on the cob. In other seasons, there’s creamy clam chowder and steamed lobster with… (more)