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If you have ever wanted to travel to England, Ireland and Wales, an 11-day trip from May 18-28, 2015, is being organized by associate professor Betty Hassell.
She said these dates might become adjusted a day or two as they combine with other groups. This date also puts the trip before the cost increase on May 20 when hotel prices in Europe increase for tourist season.
“I know schools don’t get out until Memorial Day, so if anyone is seriously interested, but needs to wait until school is out, it could be changed, but the price would probably increase about $300 a person,” Hassell said.
This trip is 11 days and costs $3,305 for travelers under the age of 30 and $3,575 for those over 30. This trip has a 9-day and 11-day option. This price includes the two-day London extension. It also includes a $150 discount that is only good until Feb. 28, 2014. The cost to sign up is $95 and payment schedules can be set up to meet travelor’s needs.
The cost includes round-trip flights, land and water transportation, hotels with private bathrooms (important to know in Europe), light breakfast daily, five local dinners, full-time tour director, five sightseeing tours led by expert local guides in Dublin, London, Ring of Kerry, Stratford, Oxford, Stonehenge and Bath.
The entrance fees are already paid for the Bog Museum, Blarney Castle, Book of Kells at the Trinity College Library, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Welsh Castle, Shakespeare’s birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s cottage, Stonehenge and the Roman Baths.
You can check out the tour by going to www.efcollegestudytours.com/1558196NJ
“I have also attached a detailed itinerary of the trip,” Hassell said.
Contact Betty Hassell if you want more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435.613.5270.