STANFORD EUROPEAN VACATIONS: Four European countries in one week… By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author/ MS Math Stanford..


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STANFORD EUROPEAN VACATIONS..

FOUR EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN ONE WEEK.

By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author/ MS Math Stanford..

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STORY SYNOPSIS

Stanford Travel
Four European countries in one week.

With Professor Norman Naimark, ’66, MA ’68, PhD ’72, as our fearless leader and Young Explorer Leaders, who make the trip for the kids.

This adventure is going to be one special moment after another!

Here’s a look at what our Rhine River Family Adventure has in store each day:

THURSDAY,
JULY 19 Hop onboard the MS Amadeus Silver III—your home away from home for the next week!

FRIDAY,
JULY 20
Adventure into the fabled Black Forest and swim in Lake Titisee, near Freiburg, Germany.

SATURDAY,
JULY 21
Enjoy yummy eats ‘n treats on the streets in Strasbourg, where we walk through town and sample locally made food—gingerbread, gelato, tarte flambée.

SUNDAY,
JULY 22
Ride one of the oldest electric funicular railways up to the highest point in Heidelberg for a falconry show.

MONDAY,
JULY 23
Let your imagination run wild as you eat dinner in an original 12th-century medieval castle complete with a court jester.

TUESDAY,
JULY 24
Satisfy your sweet tooth at the Chocolate Museum in Cologne.

WEDNESDAY,
JULY 25 See where Anne Frank went into hiding at her house in Amsterdam. Or go for a family-friendly bike ride through rural Waterland.

THURSDAY,
JULY 26 Don’t forget to get your new BFF’s contact info before returning home!

Call us!
To learn more or make reservations, contact our office.
(650) 725-1093 | 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. PT

Stanford Alumni Association
alumni.stanford.edu
(650) 723-2021 | (800) 786-2586

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