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My Return to Sicily, Part 1

I had been to Sicily some years ago, but it didn't “wow” me. We had visited Taormina and then travelled to Siracusa, Piazza Armerina, and...
June 11, 2013 Peter Jones

A Walking Tour of London’s South Bank

The history of London is intrinsically linked to the large waterway that runs through its heart: the River Thames. It makes sense then, that a...
June 3, 2013 Maggie McNulty

Was Shakespeare Right?

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears... Do I hear people running for cover? Do the words ‘William Shakespeare’ have you coming out in a...
December 27, 2012 Chris Relton

Student Tours | The Story of the Poppy

Picture rolling fields of ripening barley under warm summer skies, a gentle breeze rippling through, wave after wave; and often, picked out in red, bobbing...
November 11, 2021 Chris Relton
Featured Post Teachers in Their Own Words Everyone at ACIS is passionate about educational travel and could give you an overflowing list... Sarah Bichsel
Featured Post Teachers in Their Own Words Everyone at ACIS is passionate about educational travel and could give you an overflowing list... Sarah Bichsel

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