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SIU Alumni Association in Florence N Siena September 29 to October 7, 2012 Dear Alumni and Friends, Journey through the timeless cradle of the Renaissance to one of Italy’s most fabled provinces, where bucolic landscapes of rolling hills are dotted with ancient rose-tiled roof villages, 500-year-old farmhouses and walled, medieval hilltop towns. Here, the rhythms of life still revolve around both the harvesting of olive groves and vineyards ﬁrst planted by the Etruscans nearly 3,000 years ago and the renowned artistic heritage left by such masters as Dante, Michelangelo, and Leonardo da Vinci. We are delighted to offer this extraordinary program with accommodations for two nights in the heart of Florence, and ﬁve nights ideally located within walking distance of the spectacular Piazza del Campo in Siena. Experience the true essence of life in these magniﬁcent cities, visit four UNESCO World Heritage sites and travel to rustic Chianti, known for its world-famous wine. Explore colorful villages, meet welcoming residents and taste the robust cuisines that have gratiﬁed travelers for centuries. Learn more about Etruscan and medieval history, the exquisite artistic and architectural legacy of great Italian Renaissance masters and the centuries-old secrets of world-renowned wine and olive oil. Hear enriching lectures, learn to speak some Italian and use it during the exclusive VILLAGE FORUM™ where local residents will share perspectives on the area’s modern life and culture. Additional optional tours visit Pisa to see the one-of-a-kind leaning tower, Sant’Antimo to attend a specially arranged church concert by monks performing Gregorian chants, Montalcino and a culinary school in Siena for a cooking demonstration. To compliment your tour, an exclusive two night Rome Post-Program Option is offered and features the magniﬁcent ancient highlights of the Imperial city, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This excellent travel value includes all accommodations, specially arranged excursions and the opportunity to experience a unique Italian itinerary not available anywhere else. I encourage you to reserve space now while Early Booking Savings are available. Sincerely, Michelle Suarez Executive Director Cover Photo: The iconic Renaissance dome of Florence’s Gothic Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore Traditional family-owned negozi (shops) like this has towered over Florence since the 13th century. pizzicheria (deli) can be found throughout Tuscany. in Florence N Siena The true character of la dolce vita di Toscana (Tuscany’s sweet life) is best discovered on this exclusive TOWN & COUNTRY™ series soggiorno (sojourn) to the Renaissance treasures of Florence and ancient Siena, medieval Montalcino, Pisa, San Gimignano and Chianti. Enjoy an enriching travel experience like no other—the history, culture, local people, literature, language, cuisine and the rhythm of daily town and country life. This Small Group Travel opportunity is an Exceptional Value including all accommodations, a number of meals and specially designed excursions. CULTURAL ENRICHMENTS are key components of TOWN & COUNTRY™ Florence N Siena: N Hear it from the Experts! Prominent study leaders will present exclusive lectures. N Exclusive excursions led by experienced, English-speaking local guides. N “Parliamo Italiano!” is a specially arranged introduction to the Italian language. N The VILLAGE FORUM™ engages local residents to share their candid perspectives on daily life in the ancient Italian regione of Siena. N See how authentic pasta is made by the experts, learn about typical Tuscan cuisine and discover the production, history and attributes of Tuscan olive oils during the exclusive privately arranged tasting. N Sample local wine during the specially arranged private wine tasting in a typical village of Chianti. N Time on your own to further explore Siena’s unique contrade (neighborhoods), stroll across Florence’s famous Ponte Vecchio or experience up-close the authentic and rich artistic and architectural heritage of the Italian Renaissance. The well preserved, red tiled Torre del Mangia in Siena is the second tallest medieval bell tower in all of Italy. Insets above: Florentine Coat of Arms“Fleur-de-lis” (left) and Siena Coat of Arms “Provincia di Siena” (right). DAY BY DAY ITINERARY Adriatic Sea Day Destination FLORENCE PISA 1 DEPART FROM THE U.S. SAN GIMIGNANO Chianti Region 2 FLORENCE , ITALY SIENA Check into the deluxe HOTEL CERRETANI. MONTALCINO 3 FLORENCE/PISA N Walking tour of Florence and Mediterranean Sea ITALY visit the Duomo and Baptistery. N Free time in Florence OR ROME PISA CULTURAL ENRICHMENT OPTION:1 N Tour of Pisa’s famous landmarks. 4 FLORENCE /TRANSFER TO SIENA TUSCANY UNESCO N Tour of Galleria dell’Accademia. World Heritage Site N Visit to the Ufﬁzi Gallery. Air Routing Check into the HOTEL ATHENA. 5 SIENA N Walking tour of the Old City. Florence N Visit to the Duomo. The birthplace of the Renaissance, CULTURAL ENRICHMENT: this iconic UNESCO World Heritage N VILLAGE FORUM™ site is a treasure trove of the period’s 6 SAN GIMIGNANO /SIENA achievements in art, architecture and N Walking tour with lunch in literature. Dante, Boccaccio and Giotto San Gimignano. established the intellectual ascendancy CULTURAL ENRICHMENT OPTION:1 of Florence in the ﬁrst half of the N Private, hands-on Tuscan cooking 14th century and that intellectual and demonstration including dinner. artistic verve has resounded through 7 CHIANTI REGION the city ever since. Until the mid-1700s, CULTURAL ENRICHMENT: Florence was one of Europe’s most N Visit to a local artisanal pasta prosperous, powerful and progressive maker and pasta museum. cities, as well as a mecca for Italy’s N Exclusive olive oil tasting greatest artists, sculptors and architects seminar with lunch. who left an unparalleled artistic heritage. N Private Chianti wine tasting. The Galleria dell’Accademia, originally 8 SIENA OR MONTALCINO an art school founded in 1563, houses N Day at leisure in Siena OR Michelangelo’s David. This magniﬁcent CULTURAL ENRICHMENT OPTION:1 sculpture was carved from marble N Gregorian Chants at the Abbey from the Carrara Mountains when of Sant’Antimo. Michelangelo was twenty-six years old N Visit to the 14th-century fortress and is considered to be his crowning in Montalcino and free time. achievement. The Ufﬁzi Gallery includes 9 SIENA/FLORENCE/RETURN TO THE U.S. a collection of masterpieces in one of the oldest and most famous museums in the ROME POST-PROGRAM OPTION Western World. Observe firsthand one of the ancient traditions of the monks of Sant’Antimo as they sing Gregorian chants in this bucolic idyll. preserved medieval sites in Europe. During the Middle Ages, it prospered as a major stop on the pilgrimage route to Rome. The “City of Beautiful Towers,” where local merchants built impressive campanili (towers) as symbols of their wealth and prestige, became one of the richest communities in Tuscany. Today, 14 of the original towers line the Piazza della Cisterna (the town’s central square), and the city continues to thrive as a center of the local wine trade. The city’s impressive highlights include Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square), the remarkable 166-foot-high tower of the Palazzo Vecchio del Podestà, built in 1239; the stately Palazzo del Popolo San Gimignano’s charming Piazza della Cisterna is (Town Hall), where city business has easily identified by its 800-year-old stone well. been conducted since the 13th century; Pisa Option1 and the Museo Civico (Civic Museum), a small but remarkable museum featuring This beautifully preserved medieval city an exquisite collection of Renaissance is famous for its Piazza dei Miracoli, frescoes by Memmo di Filippuccio and a wide, walled area at the heart of Lippo Memmi. the city recognized as one of the main centers for medieval art in the world. Chianti The square features the impressive Distinguished by its rustic landscape 11th-century Duomo (Cathedral), of medieval castles, lush hills and mile the largest Baptistry in Italy and the upon mile of dense, green vineyards and Leaning Tower of Pisa, the construction olive groves, Chianti has been extolled of which began in 1173. for its beauty and fertile soil since the Siena Etruscans named it more than 2,500 years ago after the prominent Clante-i family. Set amidst Tuscany’s rolling hills, Siena is a Chianti is synonymous with its wine, classic medieval Italian town. Founded by the ﬁnest of which is produced in the Etruscans and later annexed by the Chianti Classico, a tiny region only Romans, Siena ﬂourished during its golden 31 miles long and 19 miles wide. age in the 13th and 14th centuries as a center of the textile and banking industries, Montalcino/ achieving great power and wealth. Sant’Antimo Option1 Today, a UNESCO World Heritage Despite its imposing 14th-century site, life continues to revolve around Fortezza (fortress), classic the historic town center, an intricate ﬂower-covered stone houses and network of 13th-century houses, steep and winding alleys, the idyllic shops, palazzi (palaces) and narrow Montalcino is perhaps best known cobblestone alleys that lead to the for Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany’s shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, where most revered wine. This delightful the festive and spectacular Palio, town reveals a pleasant mix of Tuscany’s world famous horse race, takes place annually. Siena’s extensive array of grand medieval and Renaissance monuments include the impressive 330-foot-high 14th-century Torre del Mangia bell tower and the monumental Gothic Duomo, whose splendid façade is striped in white and green marble. Siena’s medieval town hall, the Palazzo Pubblico, still in use today, is a wonderful example of 14th-century Gothic design, adorned with exquisite frescoes by Italy’s Renaissance masters, including Ambrogio Lorenzetti. San Gimignano Designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO, the enchanting hill town of San Gimignano is one of the best The beautiful Chianti region has produced its famous blends of Sangiovese grapes since the 13th century. FLORENCE’S HOTEL CERRETANI The Four-Star HOTEL CERRETANI is located in the heart of the city center within walking distance of the Duomo (Cathedral) and other main attractions of Florence. This air conditioned historic 17th-century Florentine Renaissance building provides accommodations for two nights in comfortable style. Each inviting room features private marble bathroom, private climate control, mini-bar, high-speed Internet, safe and hair dryer. The intimate restaurant features authentic Florentine cuisine and a selection of local wines. SIENA’S HOTEL ATHENA Experience traditional Tuscan hospitality amid the medieval splendors of Siena in the delightful Four-Star HOTEL ATHENA located within the walls of the medieval city and walking distance to the Duomo and the Piazza del Campo. The air conditioned hotel offers comfortable accommodations with 21st-century amenities including a private bathroom, private climate control, mini-bar, high-speed Internet, safe and hair dryer. The inviting hotel restaurant serves delicious, authentic Tuscan cuisine. Complimentary wine is served with dinner. The seventh-ﬂoor bar and adjoining terrace offer exquisite panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The hotel’s staff provides friendly and professional service. intimate streets lined with traditional Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne in enotecas (wine shops) and impressive the eighth century, the primary building 13th-century public buildings. standing today was constructed in Surrounded by the picturesque 1118 and is widely considered to be Tuscan hills near Montalcino, one of the most beautiful Romanesque the enchanting Abbey of Sant’Antimo churches in Italy. The abbey’s resident has captivated pilgrims, writers monks maintain a simple life that and artists for hundreds of years. revolves around ancient rituals Though local tradition holds that the practiced for generations, including church was founded by the legendary the daily ritual of Gregorian chants. Rome Post-Program Option1 The Eternal city of Rome, a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcases the magniﬁcent landmarks from a thousand years as a center of power, culture and religion. Enjoy an overview of the city’s ancient monuments including The Coliseum, The Roman Forum and The Pantheon. Tour St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and The Sistine Chapel. Accommodations for two nights are in the ideally located, deluxe ROSE GARDEN PALACE-ROME HOTEL. 1 Post-Program Option and Optional Excursions are available at additional cost, and details will be provided with your reservation conﬁrmation. Explore the Eternal City’s remarkable landmarks from the doorstep of Rome’s ROSE GARDEN PALACE HOTEL. Included Features In Florence N Two nights in the historic HOTEL CERRETANI, centrally located in the heart of Florence. N Private welcome reception in the hotel featuring local wines and cheeses. N Two breakfasts and one dinner in the hotel. In Siena N Five nights in the comfortable HOTEL ATHENA, Bask in the classic Tuscan countryside of rolling hills dotted located within walking distance of Siena’s with olive groves, vineyards and red sandstone hill towns. historic city center. Cucina Toscana N Breakfast each morning, and one dinner in Renowned as the most cultured of the Italian the hotel featuring traditional Tuscan cuisine provinces, Tuscany’s cuisine is actually and complimentary regional wine. rooted in the modest, but intensely ﬂavorful N Farewell dinner in a local restaurant. culinary tradition, la cucina povera Toscana (Tuscan peasant cooking). Based on “Santa Tours and excursions led by Trinitá Mediterranea”—the Mediterranean expert local guides: “Holy Trinity” of wine, bread and olive oil— N Panoramic tour of Florence, featuring a visit Tuscan food is noted for its use of exceptionally to the Duomo, Baptistery and Ponte Vecchio. fresh vegetables, rich cheeses and a wide selection of exquisitely grilled and roasted meats and game. N Visit the Galleria dell’Accademia to see The region’s quality olive oils and wines are Michelangelo’s David and the Ufﬁzi Gallery. showcased during a specially arranged Olive Oil N Half-day architectural tour of Siena’s most Tasting, with an olive oil expert who will provide famous landmarks. insights on the production and ﬂavors of the N Tour of the “City of Beautiful Towers,” spicy, green Tuscan extra virgin olive oil. San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Tuscany’s noble tradition of winemaking can site and one of the best preserved and most be traced back to more than 3,000 years ago when beautiful medieval towns in Italy; lunch the Etruscans domesticated the forebear of the is included. region’s signature Sangiovese grape. Connoisseurs and novices alike will delight in sampling the region’s dazzling array of selections from a new Exclusive Cultural Enrichments generation of Tuscan wines. The exclusive visit N Guided visit to Siena’s contrade. and tasting in the Chianti region provides an N VILLAGE FORUM™ featuring local residents ideal opportunity to savor the harmony of Tuscan who will discuss daily life in Tuscany. cuisine and wine in the heart of Italy. N Italian language presentation, introducing Elaine Trigiani has authored guidebooks and basic phrases and correct pronunciation. cookbooks and is a certiﬁed Region of Tuscany N Guided visit to an artisanal pasta maker and Olive Oil taster. She presents olive oil tasting museum in the Chianti region. seminars, teaches cooking lessons and guides culinary excursions in Tuscany. Elaine will N Private olive oil seminar followed by a direct a simple tasting and share her knowledge tasting lunch in Chianti. about olive oil based on years of insight gleaned N Specially arranged sampling of from local producers, farmers, home cooks world-famous Chianti Classico wine. and chefs. A graduate of The University of Notre Dame, Elaine has lived in Italy for the Comprehensive Travel Services last ten years and her passion for olive oil will N All transfers and luggage handling abroad open the door to explore spectacular Florentine for all participants who have purchased their and Tuscan culinary traditions. air tickets through Gohagan & Company and whose arrival(s)/departure(s) coincide with the scheduled group transfer(s). N Gratuities for local guides and drivers on included excursions and transfers. N All excursions and visits, as indicated above, led by experienced, English-speaking local guides. N Services of an experienced resident Program Director throughout the program. N Hospitality desk in the hotel. Discover firsthand the delights of preparing Tuscan cuisine, N Travel document wallet, name badge and famous for its delectable flavors and rustic simplicity. pre-departure information. Pisa’s Cathedral Square, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is dominated by four great religious edifices: the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Duomo, the Baptistery of St. John and the Camposanto. Early Booking Price Regular Price Land Tariff through March 16, 2012 after March 16, 2012 Per person, based on double occupancy $3195 $3495 N Singles are available upon request for an additional $1000. N Taxes are an additional $220 and are subject to change. in Florence N Siena Reservation Form Send to: Please make my/our reservation(s): 2012 Town & Country Life in Florence and Siena J Double occupancy SIU Alumni Association (one queen bed). c/o Thomas P. Gohagan & Company For more information, Eleven South LaSalle Street, Second Floor please call J Double occupancy Gohagan & Company (two twin beds). Chicago, IL 60603-1240 at (800) 922-3088. J Single accommodations. _____ _____________________________________________________________ J I am reserving as a single but Title Full name (exactly as it appears on your passport) prefer to share accommodations and will allow you to select _____ _____________________________________________________________ my roommate (shares cannot Title Full name (exactly as it appears on your passport) be guaranteed). Please make my/our reservation(s): ___________________________________________________________________ Street Mailing Address (no P.O. 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