Join us Down Under on our next Alumni trip!
Are you ready for another outstanding Alumni and Friends trip abroad? Well, it's on! Mark your calendars for May 5-23, 2020, as the Alumni Programs office has put together a once in a lifetime trip to New Zealand and Australia. The 19 day jaunt will feature the best of the best, must-see locations at a cost of just under $6,000 per person. Seats on the plane are filling up fast so please contact Paul Davis at 515.202.1867 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to know more. Alumni are still talking about our trip to China in 2018 and this expedition figures to be even bigger and better.
Itinerary at a Glance:
- 2 nights in Auckland
- 3 nights in Queenstown
- 2 nights in Dunedin
- 1 night in Fairlie
- 2 nights in Melbourne
- 3 nights in Cairns
- 3 nights in Sydney
- Picturesque Queenstown
- Milford Sound
- Farm Stay (Fairlie, NZ)
- Green island (Cairns)
- Sydney Opera House
- Harbour Bridge and bridge climb (Sydney)
- Australian Wildlife Park (Sydney)
Graceland Alumni Association Visits China in May of 2018
What an adventure!
Twenty-three Graceland alumni and friends spent 13 days in China in May 2018, and what a trip it was.
The group made stops in Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Yangshou and Shanghai and included visits to The Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, the Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors, Yuyuan Gardens, the Bund, a ride on a bullet train and a leisurely cruise down the Li River.
Gracelanders on the trip hailed from Texas, Iowa, California, Florida, Israel and North Carolina. China is blessed with wonderful people always anxious to have a picture taken with folks from the United States.
Alumni Programs Director Paul J. Davis ’77 shares, “Everybody got along from day one, and plenty of tears were shed when it was time to say goodbye. We absolutely loved this great country and her loving people.”
|January 2015||Trip to the Holy Land|
|Fall 2012||Mediterranean Cruise|
|Spring 2010||Egypt & Israel|
|Fall 2009||Mediterranean & Greek Isles|
|Fall 2008||Swiss Alps & Salzburg|
|Fall 2005||Germany & Switzerland|