Italy, Greece Trip Updates

Students planning to participate in the Greece 2013 trip will be meeting with the trip chaperones on Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. in the meeting room at the Brown Memorial Library to discuss upcoming fundraising activities.

Picturesque, steeped in history and surprisingly affordable, it is clear why so many schools plan educational trips to Greece for their students.

There are so many unique excursions within the mainland alone that the main challenge is fitting them all into one trip. Consequently, the purpose of this meeting is also to finalize the fine details of the itinerary.

Part of the trip will involve a day spent visiting Chania in Crete. Correspondingly, staff are currently in the process of locating a company that offers car hire Chania Crete so that students can see the sights of this incredible city by taking to the road with a chaperone.

For students taking Classics and Ancient History, this will be an unmissable experience. Greek culture is unlike no other and boasts incredible food, warm hospitality and a keen eye for entertainment. Pupils and teachers will have an unforgettable learning experience on this school trip to Greece. 

(Full Story available on the newsstands, in this week’s Cameron County Echo)

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