2013 Ambrose History Travel Study update #1

Reims Cathedral, France. Picture by BenedictFrancis. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kessiye/249349020/

Travel study is such a rich experience. By experiencing the physical environment of historical sites, we gain a new appreciation of the way history unfolded and learn more about why the world came to be as it is. Moreover, we learn more about ourselves, as we experience different cultures and see how other people have been shaped by their history and surroundings.

Our 2013 Ambrose History Travel Study experience is going to be great. We will experience the large, important sites of Paris, then encounter a much different, local flavour of life in tiny Saint Sauveur-en-Puisaye in Burgundy and the unique towns and villages of the Middle Rhine castle country.

For more details, click here.

If you’re interested in participating, contact me at kjantzen[at]ambrose.edu.


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