Through the Eyes of an Educator: Alaska, the Last Frontier

by Stacey Ebert / Oct 08, 2019 /
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Alaska–we finally made it to our 50th state this past July. When we landed at 11pm, it was still bright light outside, and the pilots who delivered us to the last frontier even took a picture with us to mark the epic journey. It was official– the ground of Alaska was actually beneath our feet. Goal achieved. This was not one of those goals that popped up overnight– it took years to flourish, more to facilitate, and, oddly enough, it was heaps of time before we even knew it was ever a goal. 

“Josh Recommends” for the Week of October 4, 2019 By Josh Garrick

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“Josh Recommends” for the Week of October 4, 2019 By Josh Garrick 

Sabbatical Homes Listings: France

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Title: Spacious loft in the Latin quarter
Location: Paris, France
Date Posted: Oct. 2, 2019
Direct Link: https://www.AcademicHomes.com/view_home/13452
Summary:
The apartment is located on the ground floor, in a building of the 18th century, in a very safe neighborhood. Combining original features and modern comfort, with a large glass roof and a patio, it offers all the amenities you need. Great shops and restaur...

Sabbatical Homes Listings: United States

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Title: The Bungalow Pasadena: Tranquil, Charming, Convenient
Location: Pasadena, California
Summary:
Welcome to The Bungalow Pasadena.  Make yourself at home in this comfortable, designated historic, 1922 bungalow.
 
Enjoy the convenient location and all the amenities and charm The Bungalow has to offer, including a remodeled kitchen and bathroom; seclu...
 

22.33 Stories: Following in My Father’s Footsteps (with Alaa Mahmooud)

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Featuring first-person stories of people finding themselves in the middle of a culture that is foreign to them; each week, 22.33 will deliver interesting tales from people who share how they were able to create mutual understanding through cultural exchange. 

22.33 Stories: Following in My Father’s Footsteps (with Alaa Mahmooud)

History Comes Alive in Rothenburg ob der Tauber

by Sandy Bornstein / Sep 30, 2019 /
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It’s rare to find a town that has survived for centuries. Natural disasters, wars, and human intervention usually cause buildings to be destroyed and replaced by more modern structures. It is, however, possible to go back to medieval times by visiting a walled city between Frankfurt and Munich. Travelers to this region can see history come alive in Rothenburg ob der Tauber.

“Josh Recommends” for the Week of September 27, 2019 By Josh Garrick

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“Josh Recommends” for the Week of September 27, 2019 By Josh Garrick 

Huzzah! Why You Need to Visit the Michigan Renaissance Festival

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Have you been yet to the Michigan Renaissance Festival? Located in Holly, Michigan, it is well worth visiting, for a variety of reasons, but also...to travel back in time!
Huzzah! Why You Need to Visit the Michigan Renaissance Festival

5 Surprising Reasons to Visit Washington’s Snoqualmie Falls

by Culinary Spelunker / Sep 23, 2019 /
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Crushing over almost 270 feet to the ground below, Snoqualmie Falls, just east of Seattle, has become a draw for locals – and visitors from around the world. Next to the towering Mount Rainier (about 70 miles directly south), Snoqualmie Falls often tops the list of most popular natural sites in the state.

“Josh Recommends” for the Week of September 20, 2019 By Josh Garrick

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“Josh Recommends” for the Week of September 20, 2019 By Josh Garrick
 
The Orlando Philharmonic – 2019 Season Opening Night

September 28 at 8 pm at the Bob Carr Theatre

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