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Travel Study


New Year’s in Australia
Dec. 28, 2005–Jan. 14, 2006
Journey to Australia with Biology Professor Jonathan Wright. Visit Sydney with its fabulous harbor and scenic location. Discover Melbourne, a city full of Victorian history and charm. Explore Tasmania, a different and not often visited part of Australia. Optional extension to New Zealand Jan. 14–21. Cost: Australia $7,317; New Zealand $4,876.*

Spain Walking Tour
May 18–30, 2006
Explore southwestern Spain with a walking tour led by History Professor Ken Wolf. Trace the history of the adventurers, starting with Columbus and the towns associated with his voyages. Follow indirectly the “route of silver,” the ancient Roman road which leads from Seville to the great cities of Castille. Cost: $6,475.*

Heart of Germany by Riverboat
August 1–15, 2006
Join President David Oxtoby on a cruise from Passau to Mainz through the Heart of Germany on a 5-star riverboat with visits to Munich and Heidelberg. Along the way visit medieval towns with vineyard-covered and castle-crowned hills of exceptional charm and beauty.

*All prices are per person, based on a shared room basis. Quotes for single travelers are available upon request.

For additional information, contact the Alumni Office at (909) 621-8110, or by e-mail at alumni@pomona.edu.
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