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The Best Student Travel Photos from This Summer

Summer student travel is in full swing and TripStream is practically bursting at the seams with photos & videos from groups all over the world. The unadulterated fun and excitement ...

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Sicilian Cooking 101: Pasta de la Sarde

I love food and I love to travel. This is probably because I am English and as a kid we didn’t get to travel much and we grew up eating jellied ...

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8 Creative Ways to Display Your Travel Photos

If you’re like me, you have the wits to transfer your travel photos from your phone or camera to your computer or to an online photo account like Snapfish or Shutterfly, but ...

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Back to Britain With a Visit to Wembley Stadium

I’ve been football mad all of my life. When I was a kid, I traveled hundreds of miles every week and visited the outer reaches of Great Britain in freezing ...

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8 Classic Cuisines to Try in Great Britain

When educational travel groups arrive in London, I find that there is a common misconception about British food; that it’s not very good. Over the last couple of decades, the ...

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My Return to Sicily, Part 2

Today we headed to the town of Noto, one of the eight towns in South-Eastern Sicily that were rebuilt after 1693 due to a huge earthquake. All of the architecture ...

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My Return to Sicily, Part 1

I had been to Sicily some years ago, but it didn’t “wow” me. We had visited Taormina and then travelled to Siracusa, Piazza Armerina, and Agrigento.  Taormina, I recall, was ...

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ACIS Lends a Hand with Tourism Cares in NYC

s of the educational travel industry, as travelers and as humans in a global community, we all have a vested interest in protecting and restoring the historic places people want ...

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How the Legend of Loch Ness was Born

We take you to cities; we show you some of the most amazing museums and monuments known to man. We will do our best to bring alive everything from ancient ...

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A Walking Tour of London’s South Bank

The history of London is intrinsically linked to the large waterway that runs through its heart: the River Thames. It makes sense then, that a walk along the bank of ...

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