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Alumni Association Tours
University of Rochester Alumni Association Tours are designed to provide worry-free basics--transportation, transfers, accommodations, some meals, baggage handling, and professional guides--and still allow you time to pursue your individual interests. Escorts drawn from University faculty and staff accompany most tours to provide special services and educational enrichment.
Alumni Association tours are open to all members of the University community and their immediate families. Other relatives and friends are welcome as space permits (these unaffiliated travelers are requested to make a $100 gift to the University).
|Last August, somewhere off the Alaska coast, these alumni and friends of the University were photographed aboard the Cunard Line's Crown Dynasty: (left to right) Gerald Gay, Phyllis Forrar Gay '64, '66 (Mas), Reginald Conway '60, Jim Bovay, Sue Bovay '64, Joan Conway '75 (Mas), Robert Locke '52, Rita Locke, Harry Wheaton, Doris Green Wheaton '51E, '56E (Mas), Robert Bond '52E (Mas), Robin Lynn '70, Bronwell Berg Bond, Eunice Berg, and Larry Blumberg.|
March 13-23, 1997
This trip includes three full days in Cairo, your base for visiting the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, the Great Pyramids of Giza, Memphis, and the necropolis of Sakkara. From Cairo, a short flight to Luxor brings you to the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens aboard the Champollion I. Cruise on this impressive Nile riverboat to Esna, Edfu, and Kom Ombo, visiting ancient temples, tombs, and monuments, finishing your cruise in Aswan with tours of the High Dam and Lake Nasser.
Machu Picchu and the Galapagos Islands
May 12-23, 1997
You'll begin in Lima, Peru, where all that glitters really is gold, then on to Cuzco, the entryway to Machu Picchu, "Lost City of the Incas." Rising 8,000 feet above sea level, this ancient Incan settlement is located in a spectacular setting. The journey continues by air to the Galapagos Islands to view the exotic inhabitants of the rarest wildlife kingdom on Earth.
The Greek Islands and Turkey
May 20-31, 1997
Join this 12-day journey exploring the classical world, featuring a seven-night cruise aboard the deluxe M.V. Marco Polo. The trip begins in Athens and continues with visits to Delos, Santorini, Rhodes, and Heraklion, Crete. You'll also dock at the Turkish ports of Kusadasi, Çanakkale, and Istanbul and take short trips from those cities to the Ephesus and Troy. This trip features free airfare from the East Coast and low airfares from the Midwest and West Coast.
St. Petersburg and the Baltic Sea Countries
June 15-28, 1997
Enjoy this special itinerary featuring the newly independent Baltic republics--Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania--aboard the M.V. Kristina Regina, a 200-passenger ship completely renovated in 1990. Your voyage starts in Helsinki, Finland, and includes visits to St. Petersburg, Russia; Tallinn, Estonia; Riga, Latvia; Kaliningrad, Russia; Gdansk, Poland; Lübeck, Germany; and Copenhagen, Denmark.
Alumni College of Great Britain
Late summer 1997 (9 days)
This trip offers an unprecedented opportunity to learn, explore, and relax with fellow alumni in an international setting. This educational program is set amid the magnificence of England's Yorkshire in Harrogate, famous for its gardens and floral displays. Your days include seminars on the history and people of Yorkshire and excursions to scenic and significant locations such as York Minster, Fountains Abbey, and the dales and moors of northern England.
Islands of the Pacific Northwest
Autumn in Provence
Brochures with full details on each of these tours are available on request to the Alumni Association, 685 Mt. Hope Avenue, University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. 14627-8993. The phone number is (800) 333-0175 or (716) 273-5888 and the e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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