Experience the highest tides in the world on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. About 100 billion tons of water move in and out of the bay twice a day.
Are you ready to experience life on the 1890’s Texas frontier? At Texarkana’s Old Town Museum, you’ll get a glimpse of the railroad town once called the “Gate City of Texas”. When you stroll through the shops you’ll imagine the sights and sounds of daily life on Broad Street. Guides are also available to help you learn how the early residents of this Texas town worked and lived. Opening to the public on May 12th, come explore this new Texas treasure. Continue reading
Imagine educating your kids in Dallas’ most beautiful nature preserves. Well you can. It may be just a few miles away but it’s hundreds of miles from the madness of carpools, appointments and over scheduled kids.
While there are many nature options available, Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve is a Dallas treasure. Perched on the edge of the Edwards Plateau off Highway 67, it’s the ideal place where both parents and kids can truly take a breath, relax and revel in Dallas’ own slice of the hill country. Besides the views at an elevation of 775 feet, it’s where the Blackland Prairie meets the limestone escarpment of the plateau. It’s one of the few places in Dallas kids get to see native grassland, wildflowers, and spectacular hills all in one place. Not to mention, those incomparable Texas sunsets and coyotes serenading at dusk and morning!
Everyone and there dogs (literally) have an Instagram account these days, and with so many accounts it’s hard to find the top accounts to follow on Instagram. With over 300 million monthly active users, there is an Instagram account for just about anything. From fashion blogs, health tips, foodie blogs, and inspirational quotes, here is a list of Instagram accounts you don’t want to miss out on:
For those of you who have made the excruciating drive from Dallas to Austin, you know that the southbound “three hour” trip can feel – and sometimes take – much longer. So, before you gas up, give yourself a pep talk, and prepare to navigate the concrete barriers and seemingly endless tail lights, give yourself something to look forward to.
Consider this your road trip relief – stops at vintage stores from Dallas to Austin.
A large orange barrier announces, “Only Women and children under 12 years old.” In Mexico, the transportation system gives women the option of separate metro cars. The all-women’s section is blocked off by a glass partition. A woman near the barriers said it was for the safety of the women. Later a man said the metro gets too crowded, and women did not feel comfortable with the unavoidable body contact with men. The hotel check in agent said she opted not to ride the separate metro cars for women because she once faced a very crowded line of women and when the doors open the women aggressively pushed into the cars.
I believe every student should study abroad. I decided to study in Berlin, Germany. Why Berlin you ask? The Berlin program at Nazareth College offered an internship component. So not only was I earning course credits, but I also had the opportunity to gain work experience in Berlin’s professional work industry.