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Spring Break 2014

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Briana Davis

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of Spring Break 2014

Europe Trip 2014
So What?
Why travel?
Learn about other cultures and people much more than from any other source
Content covered in AP World History, AP European History, and AP Art History will be experienced first hand
Opens up the possibilities within the world for career opportunities, social networking and learning experiences
Its fun! Student will get to see incredible sites, meet exciting people, taste scrumptious food and create lifetime memories.

EF Tour Fees: http://tinyurl.com/pcglkk6
Round-trip flights on major carriers
Comfortable motorcoach
Night train
Eurostar high-speed train with extension
5 overnight stays in hotels with private bathrooms (7 with extension); plus 1 night couchette accommodation
European breakfast and dinner daily
Full-time Tour Director
3 sightseeing tours led by expert, licensed local guides (4 with extension)
1 walking tour (2 with extension)
Entrances: Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, Colosseum, Roman Forum, Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, Versailles (With extension: Tower of London)
All Inclusive Insurance Coverage
Airline Baggage Fees
Traveling is the best way to learn. Students who participate on the trip will have a greater understanding of the development of Western Europe historically and culturally as well as a greater appreciation for the world we live in. They will have a lifetime of memories and fun!
Passport Fees:
Under 16: $105
16 and over: $110
What is NOT included:
Beverages and lunches
Spending money during traveling
Payment Schedule
$95 due upon enrollment
Monthly Payment Plan:
5 payments of $620.60 due by 1st week of February
Lump Sum payment due by November 17, 2013
We will be holding fundraisers throughout the first semester to help with the cost of the trip. Some possibilities include but are not limited to:
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
Kona Ice Shaved Ice Sales
Chick-fil-a Night
Candy Sales
Battle of the Bands
Christmas Candy Grams
Current exchange rate is $1 USD to 1.35 EUR
There will be one sponsor to every six kids. Sponsors will be added when the total number of students attending the trip are configured. Briana Davis, Karen Munoz, Jay Ashby, and Margurete Gray are possible sponsors.
We will depart on Saturday, March 8th and return Saturday, March 15th
Lunch and Beverages: $300
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