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Vol. 64, No. 3

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Wherever You Go, There UR!
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).

Canadian Rockies
August 3-11, 2002

Join us on a deluxe journey by road and rail through the majestic Canadian Rockies. See the dramatic mountain landscapes of Banff National Park; the sapphire-blue Lake Louise; and the dazzling glitter of Jasper National Park's icefields. Conclude your journey with two days in beautiful Vancouver.

Alumni College in Ireland
September 18-26, 2002

Our popular program in Ennis, Ireland, is back! Discover the beauty and mystery of the Emerald Isle in historic County Clare and Ennis, its charming capital. Experience old-world charm and Irish hospitality at the Old Ground Hotel, your Irish home for the stay. Visit Quin Abbey, the Craggaunowen Project of exhibits on early human settlement in Ireland; medieval Bunratty Castle and Bunratty Folk Park, a recreated 19th century village.

Village Life along the Rhone
October 18-26, 2002

Unpack just once as you make your home on the M.V. Princesse de Provence to travel through one of France's greatest wine regions. Visit the vineyards of Burgundy and Beaujolais and enjoy port calls at Tournus, Arles, Avignon, Charlon-sur-Saone, and many other beautiful stops along the Rhone and Saone Rivers.

Alumni College in England's Lake District
October 28-November 5, 2002

Visit one of the most scenic areas in Great Britain - a blend of windswept mountainous terrain and stone-walled pastures. Visit the home of William Wordsworth and the village of Near Sawry, where Beatrix Potter found inspiration for many of her famous stories. You'll stay at the Old England Hotel in Bowness, overlooking peaceful Lake Windermere, the largest of England's lakes.

In the Wake of Lewis and Clark
November 6-12, 2002

Leave Portland, Oregon, on your cruise of the Columbia and Snake Rivers, the gateway to the West pioneered by Lewis and Clark. The rivers take you from the lush forests of the western Cascades through arid plateaus and into the desert canyons of the Snake River. The trip concludes back in Portland, the City of Roses.

Brochures with full details on each of these tours are generally available six months prior to the trip date. At that point, you may request brochures from the Alumni Association, University of Rochester, 685 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620. The phone number is (800) 333-0175 or (716) 273- 5888 and the e-mail address is

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