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Located beneath the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City Missouri, the 30,000  square-foot subterranean facility was completed in 2006 to honor the  memory of all those who served in the “War to End All Wars”.   It  features an extensive collection of artifacts, photographs, videos,  movies, and interactive technology to tell the story of the Great War  from its causes and origins before 1914 through the 1919 Paris Peace  Conference, and to encourage reflection about its impacts.  Read More

Located beneath the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City Missouri, the 30,000 square-foot subterranean facility was completed in 2006 to honor the memory of all those who served in the “War to End All Wars”.   It features an extensive collection of artifacts, photographs, videos, movies, and interactive technology to tell the story of the Great War from its causes and origins before 1914 through the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, and to encourage reflection about its impacts.  Read More

After passing under a sign saying “Welcome to Hogsmeade,” it truly does   feel like stepping into a completely different world. The buildings   ahead reflected everything that the avid reader had dreamed. Most   impressive, however, is the Hogwarts castle that towers over the entire   park, massive and set high on rocks. Read More

After passing under a sign saying “Welcome to Hogsmeade,” it truly does feel like stepping into a completely different world. The buildings ahead reflected everything that the avid reader had dreamed. Most impressive, however, is the Hogwarts castle that towers over the entire park, massive and set high on rocks. Read More

National Park of American Samoa
The National Park of American Samoa is located in the Southwest Pacific  Ocean and is distributed across three volcanic and mountainous islands  of the American Territory: Ta‘ū, Tutuila, and Ofu-Olosega.  It is the  only American National Park south of the equator, and it covers an area  of 10,500 acres, of which nearly 7,970 acres consist of land and 2,550  acres cover water.   The park includes coral reefs, tropical  rainforests, rugged cliffs, and glistening beaches, and offers its  visitors activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and hiking.    The  park seeks to preserve and protect the tropical rainforests, coral  reefs, fruit bats, and Samoan culture of the territory.   Read More

National Park of American Samoa

The National Park of American Samoa is located in the Southwest Pacific Ocean and is distributed across three volcanic and mountainous islands of the American Territory: Ta‘ū, Tutuila, and Ofu-Olosega.  It is the only American National Park south of the equator, and it covers an area of 10,500 acres, of which nearly 7,970 acres consist of land and 2,550 acres cover water.   The park includes coral reefs, tropical rainforests, rugged cliffs, and glistening beaches, and offers its visitors activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and hiking.    The park seeks to preserve and protect the tropical rainforests, coral reefs, fruit bats, and Samoan culture of the territory.   Read More

Saba: The Ultimate Caribbean Hideaway
By Carlos Marrero
Although many islands that compose the greater and lesser Antilles have  become tourism “Meccas” for people seeking fun under the sun, there are  still a handful of places that have remained as a sort of secret  Caribbean. They provide to those who visit for the first time a strong  feeling of curiosity and anticipation. That same sense of anticipation  can best describe my feelings as I neared the volcanic island of Saba in  the northeastern Caribbean.  Read More

Saba: The Ultimate Caribbean Hideaway

By Carlos Marrero

Although many islands that compose the greater and lesser Antilles have become tourism “Meccas” for people seeking fun under the sun, there are still a handful of places that have remained as a sort of secret Caribbean. They provide to those who visit for the first time a strong feeling of curiosity and anticipation. That same sense of anticipation can best describe my feelings as I neared the volcanic island of Saba in the northeastern Caribbean.  Read More