Travels in a Celtic Land

Author: Janell Wiseley

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to host my second Penn Alumni Travel trip, this one to the Celtic Lands with special guest speaker David Eisenhower,  Director, Institute for Public Service, Annenberg School-University of Pennsylvania.  This trip was memorable in so many ways. I was given the chance to visit so many fantastic out of the way places, I was able to meet Celia Sandys (Winston Churchill’s granddaughter), I listened to David give an impromptu lecture while standing on Omaha Beach, and, best of all, I shared this trip with an amazing group of Penn Alumni (thank you for the scarf Connie)! Check out the photos from some of the places we visited.

Below is just a sampling of the photos taken.

You can also view photos from past Penn trips on Flickr.

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One response to “Travels in a Celtic Land

  1. Lisa V.

    So glad you didn’t lose all your photos when your camera went overboard! Looks like a fantastic trip.

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