Let your imagination go wild. Dream of such places as the Louvre Museum in Paris, the Swiss Alps, the Colosseum and St. Paul’s Cathedral in Rome, dining at an English Pub, scouring the amazing markets of Florence, the scenery of the Amalfi Coast. These are but a sampling of the true joys awaiting you on […]

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To discover and sample dishes from around the world can bring you even closer to the exciting adventure that’s awaiting you! Food, wonderful food – EA Tours encourages you to try this delicious, and very healthy, dish from FRANCE. Discovery Updates will be bringing you various wonderful dishes from around the world! They say a […]

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Antarctica, simply the name of the only Covid-19 free continent on earth, conjures up visions of icebergs, endless miles of white landscape, glaciers, frozen mountains, an incredible array of wildlife and incredibly cold temperatures. For some, it’s the final stop to be able to claim membership in the 7 Continents Club. For most, however, it’s […]

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Hi everyone! Happy Monday! While another start to the week may be here, I hope you’re excited to read our latest post on an outstanding museum. Please enjoy! Educational tours to Washington, D.C. will greatly benefit by stopping by the Newseum located at Pennsylvania Avenue and Sixth Street, N.W. The Newseum is a state of […]

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Hello educational travelers! Please enjoy our latest blog post, and as you relish in the long weekend take a moment to remember what we’re celebrating. To all service men and women past, present, and future, thank you for your service. Educational tours to Washington, D.C. will enjoy a slight diversion from the usually seen sites […]

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Hello educational travelers! I hope you enjoy reading our latest blog post leading up to Veteran’s Day this weekend. Educational tours to Washington, D.C. can take a patriotic trip down Memory Lane at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy. Located at the Washington Navy Yard, 805 Kidder Breese Street SE, the museum was established […]

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Hello educational travelers! Please enjoy our latest blog post. Educational middle school trips to Washington, D.C. with one eye on American history and the other on finding things fun and cool for young teenagers will be thrilled to visit the National Headquarters of the National Society United States Daughters of 1812. Located at 1463 Rhode […]

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Hello educational travelers! Please enjoy our latest post. Middle school trips to Washington, D.C. can be fun and educationally rewarding for both girls and boys with a stop at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, located at 1250 New York Avenue NW.  Founded in 1981 as a private, non-profit museum devoted to the […]

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Happy Friday educational travelers! I hope you enjoy reading today’s educational blog post. Beautiful and historic Saint Augustine, Florida is the oldest continuously occupied European established settlement in the continental United States. It is also the home of the Castillo de San Marcos, a 333 year old military fortress built to defend Spain’s claims in […]

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Hello educational travelers and welcome back! Today’s educational blog post is all about the Tampa Bay Aquarium so I hope you enjoy! The Tampa Bay Aquarium, established in 1995, offers educational tours a glimpse of the 20,000 aquatic plants and animals from Florida as well as the world. The not-for-profit organization built it’s name and reputation in […]

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