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Celtic Lands—Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

Celtic Lands

June 4–14, 2014

This trip is currently sold out. Please contact us to secure spots on the waiting list.

From $5,596 per person, double occupancy

Call (615) 322-3673 or download the trip brochure to learn more and register

David Eisenhower, grandson of Dwight, and Celia Sandys, granddaughter of Winston Churchill, are your companions on this eight-night cruise that includes a full-day excursion to explore the Normandy Beaches, plus time at the D-Day staging area in Portsmouth on the 70th anniversary of the historic landing. Other stops include Dublin, Belfast, the enchanting Scottish Isle of Iona and Caernarfon Castle in Wales—a UNESCO World Heritage site. Your home is the deluxe 120-suite M.S. Le Boréal , which promises to feature distinctive French sophistication. 


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    Cary Allyn
    cary.allyn@vanderbilt.edu
    Director of Vanderbilt Travel Program—oversees the Vanderbilt Travel Program, promoting worldwide destinations featuring the company of Vanderbilt's finest faculty that allow alumni to continue their educational pursuits.
    Tel: (615) 322-3673
    Fax: (615) 343-5730

    Celia Gregory
    celia.s.gregory@vanderbilt.edu
    Program Assistant, Vanderbilt Travel Program—supports the Vanderbilt Travel Program and volunteer tracking.
    Tel: (615) 322-8919
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