Bryant Alumni Travel Program, Cuba 2014

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Havana, CubaExperience the real Cuba of today. Lonely Planet writes: “Twenty-first century Cuba promises to be like nowhere else you've ever visited: economically poor, but culturally rich; visibly mildewed, but architecturally magnificent; infuriating, yet at the same time, strangely uplifting”. Havana, once known as the Paris of the Caribbean remains an elegant city, with a great collection of colonial architecture. The Cuban people are a proud culture that intertwines European and Afro‐Cuban cultures, food, music and religion, to form an infectious blend. The Cuban’s say, an “ajiaco” (a traditional stew where everyone contributes to the meal and the recipe is always being reinvented). You will find the Cuban people to be passionate about everything they do. From their music, dance, and love of life, they have ensured that Cuba continues to be a fascinating, perplexing, paradoxical island nation. Such uniqueness is a vanishing commodity in an increasingly globalized world and the opportunity to travel there has only recently become available to US citizens. See it now with Bryant Alumni Travel and be among the first and few to savor the refreshing charm and charisma of Cuba.

Our group is limited in number and has a humanitarian purpose.  A deposit of $200 per person is required to hold your space.  Overall costs per double occupancy is $3,285.00. 

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Contact Information
Primary Contact
Kathleen Brown
401-232-6041
kbrown@bryant.edu
 Secondary Contact
Robin Warde
401-232-6253
rwarde@bryant.edu
Date & Location
Date: 5/22/2014 to 5/28/2014
Location: Cuba

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