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Yet_land_small A Photographer's Dream of Yale - wait list

Imagine the beauty of the Yale campus in April – the spring green of the grass and the magnolias in bloom, the sun streaming through Harkness Tower. What is the best way to capture the joyfulness of the season and the exquisite moments of sunrise and sunset? Join a small group of serious photographers for a very...
04/24/2014 - 04/27/2014
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Yet_rivers_small Dutch & Flemish Landscapes: The Netherlands & Belgium in Bloom

Visit the Gemeente Museum in The Hague and the nearby Keukenhof Gardens before embarkation. Admire cutting-edge architecture in Rotterdam and explore Delft, birthplace of Vermeer. See the dikes and farms of Zeeland and visit the Zeeuws Museum in Middleburg before sailing to Ghent to view the celebrated altarpiece at...
05/02/2014 - 05/12/2014
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Yet_cruises_small Japan by Sea: In the Land of the Rising Sun

Discover a Japan that few visitors see, venturing beyond the bustle of Tokyo and Kyoto to the tranquil historic and artistic quarters of Kanazawa and Hagi, and the island worlds of Miyajima and Sado. The 114-passenger Caledonian Sky provides a...
05/07/2014 - 05/20/2014
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Yet_adventure_small The Five 'Stans: An Extraordinary Experience Along the Silk Road

Trace the path of the great camel caravans along the Old Silk Road, admiring the vaultedportals of the mosques and madrassahs, their domes cloaked in sky-blue ceramic tiles.Explore five different UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the historic Old Towns of thefabled Uzbek oases, Samarkand, Bukhara and...
05/10/2014 - 05/28/2014
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Yet_cruises_small In the Wake of the Vikings: Copenhagen to Reykjavik

Embark in Copenhagen after an orientation tour. Admire Nordic art and design at the museums of Gothenburg, Sweden, and call in Oslo to see its iconic sights, including the Nobel Peace Center. Step ashore in Bergen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy a private recital at the nearby villa of Edvard Grieg. Cross the...
05/23/2014 - 06/04/2014
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Yet_land_small London to Normandy: 70th Anniversary of D-Day - wait list

On the evening of June 5th, 1944 thousands of young men embarked upon a perilous journey taking them from the cold waters of England, across the English Channel, to the fog-covered beaches of Normandy. Retrace their valiant steps, beginning with the preparation operations in London and Portsmouth. While in England,...
05/30/2014 - 06/08/2014
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Yet_land_small In Pursuit of Mozart

Relive the life of this musical genius, beginning in Salzburg, his birthplace. Visit the Mozart Museum before driving to Bavaria to explore Schloss Herrenchiemsee, the largest of King Ludwig II's palaces. In Vienna, see Schönbrunn Palace and enjoy a before-hours curatorial tour of the Kunsthistorisches Museum and...
06/03/2014 - 06/13/2014
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Yet_land_small Insider's China: Over 100 Years of History with Yale

Join Yale and the Yale-China Association for an insider's exploration of the dynamic history and culture of China. Delve into Yale's special connections in China, over 100 years in the making.Beginning in colorful Beijing, marvel at the expansive architecture and imperial gardens within the renowned Forbidden City....
06/06/2014 - 06/17/2014
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Yet_land_small Easter Island & Machu Picchu: Treasures of South America

Explore ancient civilizations as we travel to two of the wonders of the New World: Easter Island and Machu Picchu. These two unique destinations present their stories with such geographic splendor as to be forever unforgettable. We begin our adventure on remote Easter Island, located 1,850 miles off the coast of...
06/10/2014 - 06/24/2014
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Yet_cruises_small Ancient Empires: Tunis, Malta, Sicily & Sardinia

Explore ancient and sacred sites in the Western Mediterranean that teach living history lessons. Discover how, after the First Punic war, Rome was in control of Sicily, and eventually neighboring Sardinia, and by the end of the third war Rome had conquered Carthage's empire, becoming the most powerful state in the...
06/20/2014 - 06/28/2014