Group Game: Lunch Counter Lingo

Groups will love trying to puzzle out which food item stood for each of these slang words often used in traditional diners with our Lunch Counter Lingo.

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Where in the World: Presidential Homes

Find out if you can name this presidential homes by taking this fun photo quiz!

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Bucket List Itinerary: A Wilder Side of Cuba

Coastal caves, exceptional botanical gardens and rare birdlife make a trip to Cuba more than just an old car photo op on a new Cuban itinerary.

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G Adventures Introduces Rail Itineraries

Groups can now book rail journeys through Africa, Asia, Europe and North America with G Adventures for 2015.

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Presidio Building Reopens After Renovations

San Francisco’s oldest building, the Presidio Officers’ Club, reopened to the public on October 4.

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Wintertime Activities Help Groups Embrace The Elements

If you have outdoors lovers in your group, surprise them with some of these adventurous wintertime activities.

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Student Travel Teaches On The Go

No matter what age the students are or where they’re going, tour operators are paving the way for student travel.

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State Spotlight: South Dakota

Whether your travelers enjoy easy hikes or high-adrenaline adventures, the outdoors of South Dakota will keep them fascinated for days.

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Raleigh: A Smart Choice

Groups with a wide range of curiosities will enjoy perusing the innovative and educational attractions of Raleigh, North Carolina.

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It’s Personal on the Pacific Coast Highway

Brian Jewell relates how he decided to spend his spring break traveling together with his brother down California’s Pacific Coast Highway.

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