The ESOL and Foreign Languages Department at MCC invites you to enjoy a wonderful on-location study opportunity in Israel this summer.
An unforgettable 12-day visit to Tel Aviv, Cesarea, Accre, Ramat Hagolan, Jerusalem, Qumran, The Dead Sea and Massada, Eilat and the Red Sea.
Highlights and itinerary:
· May 30 to June 11, 2006
· Round-trip airfare from New York City (JKF)
· First class hotels with private facilities
· Breakfast and dineer daily (Israeli Buffet)
· All excursions with full-time bilingual guide in deluxe tour bus
· In-depth sightseeing and entrance fees to religious and historical sites
- Airport transfer and baggage handling
· Some of the places we'll visit: the Diaspora Museum in Tel Aviv, Old Jaffa, Haifa, the Bahaii Gardens and the Carmelites Monastery, the sea of Galilee and the grottos of Rosh Hanikra, Zafed (the center of the Kabbalah), Capernaum, the Golan Heights, the Dead Sea Scrolls in Qumran, Yad Vashem (the Holocaust Museum), the Mt. of Olives and the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, the underwater observatory in Eilat, a Bedouin camp, and much more.
12 INCREDIBLE DAYS FOR ONLY $2,599 plus applicable taxes and fess.
Participants in this tour must register in HBR 221 (3 hrs., credit or audit, no prerequisites) in the Summer I term 2006. Price is based on double occupancy and a minimum of 15 participants. Single supplement: $480. A passport with a validity of at least six months beyond the date of departure is required for travel. No visa is required for U.S. citizens. A $250 deposit is required at the time of registration. An additional $500 is due on March 28th, 2006. Final payment is due no later than 45 days prior to departure. A late payment fee is applicable after that date. A cancellation policy applies. Travel insurance is required. Participants are responsible for their own transportation arrangements between Rochester and JFK.
One-hour informational meetings are planned for the following dates: Feb. 9 or Feb. 16 at 4 PM in room 6-335; Feb. 15 at Noon in room 6-333; March 2 at 6 PM in room 6-335; or March 8 at 12 Noon in room 6-333. The attached flyer provides a detailed itinerary of the trip.
For more information, please contact Prof. Louis Silvers, <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>, Ph: 292-3305, or Prof. Yona Koter mailto:email@example.com.
ESOL and Foreign Languages