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Las Vegas

Day 17- Las Vegas, Los Angeles

Posted on July 16, 2015

– Casey Goldstein Today could be summed up with one single word; art. To begin an amazing day, we satisfied our stomachs with an authentic brunch at a 50’s style diner called Peggy Sue’s. Don’t believe me? Even the waiters wore 1950-based outfits to allow us to flash back to this unique time in history. Continue Reading »

Day 16- Las Vegas

Posted on July 14, 2015

– Hunter Brown Following a late night of explosive volcanoes and beautiful fountains on the Las Vegas Strip, it was nice to sleep in for a change as we didn’t board the bus until 9:15. Soon thereafter, we arrived at the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas, where we experienced the plight of those invisible to us: Continue Reading »

Day 15-Las Vegas-by Gabe Goldberg

Posted on July 14, 2014

Looking out of the hotel this morning, all that I could see was a single hotel and the desert. While not exactly what one expects when thinking of Las Vegas, it demonstrates the incredible feat of a city created in the middle of a desert by none other than a member of the tribe, Bugsy Continue Reading »

Day 14-Las Vegas-by Sarah Hallam

Posted on July 13, 2014

Having never been to Las Vegas before, I was not sure what to expect when we arrived. But as the mountains turned into billboards and buildings, I realized that Vegas is exactly what everyone makes it out to be: big, tall buildings and hotels with in-your-face signs and intense heat. When we got off the Continue Reading »

Day 14 – Las Vegas – By Sami Lapayowker

Posted on July 8, 2013

Vegas Baby. Yesterday  we arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada. It’s the 16th day of the trip, but my true journey has just begun. Two days ago, before coming to Vegas, we watched a documentary called “I Am” showing the connectedness between everything on earth. That movie really made me think about how I’m connected to Continue Reading »

Day 13 – Las Vegas – By Annalise Schulman

Posted on July 7, 2013

It’s so Dam Hot! The bus ride to the city of sin took a little over two hours. The soil outside shifted from reddish clay to dry beige sand. It was hard to believe that anything as spectacular as Las Vegas resided in those never ending sands. Yet reside it did, as was proven by Continue Reading »