Penn Alumni Travel Celebrates!

Author: Emilie C. K. LaRosa

On December 11th Penn Alumni Travel celebrated another successful year of alumni tours with a staff and faculty host reception at the Sweeten Alumni House. There was much to toast. In 2013 we sent 327 alumni and friends on 28 trips to destinations across the world. Our alumni visited 5 continents and over 35 countries including: Italy, Greece, Turkey, Kenya, China, Croatia, Peru, Tahiti, Poland, and Vietnam.

A successful year of travel!

A successful year of travel!

To celebrate, we invited our faculty hosts to join the Alumni Relations staff for an afternoon of treats and hot cocoa.

Treats...

Treats…

And hot cocoa. Hot cider with cinnamon sticks was also included.

And hot cocoa. Hot cider with cinnamon sticks was also included.

It was a great opportunity to reconnect with past hosts, introduce alumni relations staff to Penn professors, and reminisce over a Penn Alumni Travel slideshow.

Penn Alumni Travel slideshow. Penn alumni took over 30 pictures with the Penn banner this year.

Penn Alumni Travel slideshow. Penn alumni took over 30 pictures with the Penn banner this year.

Happy Holidays from the Penn Alumni Travel team. We hope to see you on a future trip! And don’t forget- if you took a tour with us in 2013, enter our annual travel photo contest by February 28th for a chance at fantastic prizes. Click here for more information.

From left: Emilie LaRosa (me!), Janell Wiseley, and Alyssa D'Alconzo

From left: Emilie LaRosa (me!), Janell Wiseley, and Alyssa D’Alconzo

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