Spring Break Travel Opportunities with SHU

Trips to Sunny Portugal, The Holocaust in Europe Planned

Spring Break Travel Opportunities with Siena Heights!

Two great opportunities to explore fascinating destinations accompanied by Siena Heights faculty, staff and students. Spend your vacation time vacationing — instead of packing and unpacking: both trips include several hotel stays instead of moving to a new place every day.  


·         Sunny Portugal! The Estoril Coast and the Algarve

11 days:  February 26 – March 8, 2010

Hotel stays in Estoril, Algarve and Lisbon.


Explore a historic land of great explorers, from Estoril on the “Portugese Riviera” to the capital city of Lisbon!  Highlights include ancient castles and Roman ruins, fishing villages and the pilgrimage site of Fatima, coastal beaches, excellent cuisine and more.  Art Professor Barbara Cervenka, OP ’64 will share her knowledge of Portugese art and language as our “scholar in residence!


$2,389 double occupancy includes airfare, hotels, transfers and 15 meals


·         The Holocaust in Europe:

11 days: February 25 – March 7, 2010

Hotel stays in Berlin, Warsaw, Krakow and Prague


Gain insight into the long-term effects of WWII on Eastern Europe while visiting Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. Learn about castles, cathedrals and the Cold War.  Reflect on the long-term effects of “the final solution” with visits to Auschwitz and Birkenau.  Theater Professor Doug Miller ’74 will lead this exploration of historic landmarks and divisive wars.


Cost TBA (double occupancy) includes airfare, hotels, transfers and 13 meals


Act now to reserve your spot on one of these alumni travel adventures! 


Contact the Alumni Office for details and further information:





Meet Siena


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Lucia Alfaro

Chemistry major, track and cross country, Adrian Campus

Faculty & Staff

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Gail A. Ryder

Associate Professor of Humanities


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William Wycoff '08

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)Graduate, Lake Michigan College Center