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ay, . March 27, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Fifteen

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bavMach27,195 HE ICIGN DIL Pge ifee

Architectural Landmarks in Europe

TOWER OF LONDON AND THE TOWER BRIDGE IN THE FOREGROUND
RAVEL UNLIMITED:
genCIs Stock A to Z of Tours
ByJANET REARICK sion through a European city A European traveler can select
['HIRTY-SEVEN glorious days, to the completely pre-arranged a tour which will take him to al-
14 glamorous ports," ". .. a three-month tour of England, most any spot within Europe, but
rillig adventure on the high- Central Europe and the Mediter- the most popular tours seem to
and byways of ageless Eur- ranean. be those to the western portion of
. from the Scandinavian Costs vary from inexpensive the continent.
th to the sands of the Sa- student tours, as low as $650, to
-a .. from the unspoiled loveli- those of first-class travel which THE Wolverine Tour, for in-
s o Killarney to the Gates of may cost $2,000 or more. stance, visits England, Bel-
.Types of tours are practically gium, Holland, Germany, Austria,
he e are phrases from travel unlimited. The traveler may leave Switzerland, Liechtenstein, France,
hcies' brochures advertising the United States by plane, steam- and Italy.
ious European tours. Tours vary er or luxury liner. Upon reaching Most of the tours include major
len th from a half-day excur- Europe, he may proceed by train, points of interest in the various
motor coach, private car, bicycle European cities. The traveler will
or a combination of modes. Trips see Buckingham Palace the Tower
Ow -Priced are planned which emphasize the of London, Trafalgar Square, Par-
gala social life of European cities; liament, and Westminster Abbey
. music, theater and the arts; study in London.
a i pS at one of Europe's universities; or Side trips in England are otten
"just-pain tat Europe made to Stratford-on-Avon, Ox-
or Students ALTHOUGH most travel services tard and
ontinued from Page 14) visited in the winter, spring or fall seum in Amsterdam to see price-
when the number of tourists is at less Rembrandts.
private donor ,are administer- a minimum. Most tour services, In Germany, the traveler may
y the Institute of International however, plan itineraries primarily see the Parliament Building and
ucation. Closing date for appli- to center around the summer Beethoven's house in Bonn, the
ion is May 1, 1955. The fellow- months. capital of West Germany; and the
is- rovide tuition, maintenance, Many tour companies sponsor castle and university at Heidel-
vel . d incidentals. Candidates special student trips which are ad- berg. He can hike in the Swiss
ist be United States citizens un- venturous, educational, low in cost Alps and view the majestic Mat-
r 36 years old. They must also and do away with the luxury frills terhorn from Zermatt.
ve a bachelor's degree by the of deluxe travel.
e f departure, demonstrated Itineraries of most of the stu- A Viennese gondola ride, a swim
"demic ability and capacity for dent tours include free time in an the beach at Capri, a visit to
.pendent study and research, a some of the larger cities and at the Monte Carlo, and an evening
n for advanced study at a various places of interest. Many just the Flies Berhighlight Paris of-
nish Uciversity or for research of them provide for several days fe w of thes highighs
a ssgood knowledg'e of Spanish. of bicycling with overnight stops fered by many tour services.
beta Sigma Phi, journalism at French and German Youth Hos- Other tours emphasize trips to
iternity, offers its members a tels. Others, such as the Wolverine the buried ruins of Pompeii; visits
9 European tour which includes Tour sponsored by a local travel to the Vatican, the Pantheon and
land, Holland, Germany, Italy, agency, employ the use of pri- the catacombs of Rome; and the
d France. vate cars which are at the trav- Arc de Triomphe, Napoleon's tomb,
he'Haus Welt-Club of the Uni- eler's disposal during his free Notre Dame, and the Louvre of
ity of Kiel offers a tuition and time. Paris.
intenance fellowship in the field
ecdomics, political science or
iology. The award is for re-
ute of World Economics. ou Travel Agent
the Deutscher Akademischer
sta ischdienst offers 10 fellow- A
ps to be used at the universi- in A nn A rbo -
F and institutions of higher
atnifig in the Federal Republic of
=ern GemnyanBOERSMA TRAVEL SERVICE
i.be unmarried. Applications
lowships for study in Ger- 12-14 Nickels Arcade NO 3-8597
may be made through the
tute of International Educa-

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