BRITISH REFORMATION TOUR
SEPTEMBER 2-16, 2014
Join alumni and friends from Walla Walla University for a British Reformation Tour with John McVay and Gregory Dodds.
A 2014 Walla Walla University British Reformation Tour has been planned specifically for alumni and their family and friends. Join John McVay, President, and Gregory Dodds, Chairman of the History Department, as they capture your attention visiting sites such as Oxford, Tyndale Monument, Edinburgh Castle, and John Knox House. Enjoy a walking tour of Cambridge, Evensong at St. Paul’s and the nostalgia of staying on the campuses of four prestigious British universities.
From the heart of England to the Scottish moors, to the marshlands of East Anglia, and to the bustle of the City of London, this tour will seek to capture the places and the people that inspired generations and shaped the world we now inhabit and the faith we hold.
The $2,950 tour price includes lodging, daily breakfasts and some group dinners, travel within Britain, visits to historical sites, all entrance fees, and complete travel insurance. Airfare is paid for by each participant. A $300 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a space for this tour. The tour has limited occupancy so early registration is recommended.
The $300 deposit is non-refundable. This deposit guarantees your space on the tour. The full $2,950 tour price is due on or before July 15, 2014 with no refunds being given after this date unless tour position is filled.
This trip involves walking and climbing stairs while visiting very old historical sites. Many of the tourist sites are not ADA compliant. Anyone aged 80-84 must pay an additional travel insurance (call for details). Those over 85 must provide their own travel insurance.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE LINKS LISTED BELOW:
Call Terri Dickinson Neil, Alumni and Parent Relations Director for more information. Terri can be reached at (509) 527-2644 or through the Office of University Advancement at (800) 377-2586. Or e-mail at Terri.Neil@wallawalla.edu.
Last update on February 18, 2014