Student Enrollment Packet Itineraries
Dates & Pricing
Code of Conduct
Terms & Conditions
We’d like to thank you for deciding to accept your teacher’s invitation
to join them on one of our eld trips to Italy. The trip you are joining
was carefully developed by industry veterans who believe that an
uncompromising international eld trip can be o ered to any
student at an a ordable price, regardless of group size.
Here are some of our favorite bene ts:
* Group Directors are high school teachers
* Chaperones are high school teachers
* Summer trips are 11 days, Saturday through Tuesday
* Spring trips are 9 days, Saturday through Sunday
* Flights are non-stop and booked before a trip is o ered
* One hotel per city, centrally located, and shown at enrollment
* Price is all-inclusive, and locked at enrollment
* Groups are small, limited to 20 students
* Itinerary is comprehensive, covering all signi cant points of interest
* Curriculum develops students into competent travelers
To nd out more, please visit www.teachersloveitaly.com,
email email@example.com or call 603.722.0603
Peter McGowan & Robert Delorie
Co-Founders | Teachers Love Travel LLC
Teachers Love Travel LLC | Post O ce Box 1025, Portsmouth, NH 03802 | 603.722.0603
Itinerary Saturday Meet your Group Director at the airport for an overnight ight to Rome!
Arrive at hotel, unpack, relax and regroup for discussion of the day's activities
and a introduction to the grandeur of Ancient Rome. Walk to the Piazza del
Campidoglio on the Capitoline Hill for the best panoramic view of Ancient
Sunday Rome. Visit the Capotoline Museum, the ruins of the Imperial Forums, the
Circus Maximus and the Colosseum. After lunch visit the Palatine Hill, the
Roman Forum, the Arch of Constantine, the Baths of Caracalla, and the
church of Saint Peters in Chains and Michaelangelo's Statue of Moses.
Kicko Dinner overlooking the Colosseum.
Introduction to taking the metro, buying tickets and a discussion of the strict
dress code of the Vatican. Take the metro from the hotel to Vatican City where
we will rst visit the Basilica of St Peter and have the opportunity to see a
Monday breathtaking view of Vatican City and the hills of Rome by climbing to the top of
the dome of the basilica. After Lunch we will explore the Vatican Museums and
the Sistine Chapel and Castel Sant"Angelo. Dinner at a restaurant in Trastevere.
Morning visit to the Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and the
Piazza Navona. Lunch at the worlds fanciest McDonald's then visit the
Tuesday Cemetery of the Capuchin Brothers, Pantheon, Piazza Novona, Campo dei
Fiori and the Jewish Ghetto, Piazza del Popolo, Villa and Galleria Borghese.
Dinner then back to the hotel.
Wednesday Visit the Appian Way and the Catacombs before taking train to Florence. Taxi
from train to Hotel before heading out for dinner.
Morning visit to U zi Gallery, then lunch at the Piazza della Signoria.
Afternoon visit to Duomo (Climb to the top for view of Florence), then the
Thursday Campanile, Baptistery and Galleria dell'Accademia. Sunset stroll on the Ponte
Vecchio after dinner.
Morning visit to Piazza del Campo then Ponte Goia and Bapistery. Afternoon
Friday visit to Duomo and Duomo Museum, then Ospediale di Santa Maria della
Scale and National Picture Gallery. Dinner then head back to hotel.
Morning visit to Pitti Palace and the Boboli Gardens. Ater lunch cross the river
Saturday to the Cappelle Medicee Basilica de San Lorenzo and the Palazzo Vecchio.
Train to Venice, taxi to hotel, then head out for dinner.
Orientation to the city followed by a Vaporetto Ride on Grand Canal then a
visit to the Piazza San Marco. After lunch visit Basilica di San Marco, Palazzo
Sunday Ducale, and the Bridge of Sighs then climb the Campanile. Dinner, then return
to the hotel.
Morning visit to Local Markets and Galleria dell Accademis, After lunch take a
Monday boat trip to Murano and Burano, then the Farewell Dinner at Lido before
heading back to the hotel.
Tuesday Flight home. Ciao Italy!
Depart Return Duration Total Cost Monthly*
July 3 July 13 11 Days $2,995 $599
April 16 April 24 9 Days $2,565 $183
April 23 May 1 9 Days $2,565 $183
July 2 July 12 11 Days $2,995 $176
April 14 April 22 9 Days $2,565 $98
April 21 April 29 9 Days $2,565 $98
June 30 July 10 11 Days $2,995 $103
Boston (Logan International Airport)
Alitalia AZ 614 Outbound Non-Stop
Departs BOS at 5:45pm and arrives FCO at 7:45am next day
Alitalia AZ 614 Inbound Non-Stop
Departs FCO at 10:00am and arrives BOS at 1:15pm
New York (John F Kennedy International Airport)
Alitalia AZ 611 Outbound Non-Stop
Departs JFK at 9:45pm and arrives FCO at 12:05pm next day
Alitalia AZ 610 Inbound Non-Stop
Departs FCO at 2:30pm and arrives JFK at 6:30pm
* Starting February 2010
Travel Insurance Agent
Our insurance agent is TravMark.com Inc.
Our policy is administered by Trip Mate Inc.
The insurance program that we participate in is called A+ Student
Group and we have selected the most comprehensive coverage in
that program, Premier+.
* Pre-Departure Trip Cancellation
Up to the cost of the trip
* Post-Departure Trip Interruption
Up to 150% of the cost of the trip
* Travel Delay
Up to $100 per day
* Medical Expenses
Up to $25,000
* Emergency Assistance
Up to $50,000
* Baggage and Personal E ects
Up to $1,000
* Cancel for Any Reason
Up to 75% of the trip cost
The insurance certi cate describing this plan can be found at
Call 1-800-888-7292 and refer to plan number 550A4.
A claim can also be led online at www.tripmate.com
TEACHERS TRAVEL Code of Conduct Version 2010.11.1
Teachers Love Travel LLC (”We”, “Our”) reserves the right to revise our code of conduct at
any time. We will e-mail notify customers (”You”, “Your”) immediately when revisions
occur. The most recent revision of our code of conduct is always available on our website.
You will cooperate with the Group Director and your Chaperone and honor rules that
they set for you (e.g, curfews, punctuality, behavior on ights, in hotels or restaurants).
Outside your hotel, at all times, you will accompany at least one other group member.
You will dress and act appropriately at all times and be sensitive to the impression you
are conveying in a culture other than your own; You will refrain from acquiring any
tattoo or body piercing.
You will not accept, transport, or use alcohol, tobacco, and drugs.
You will refrain from romantic/sexual involvement of any kind.
You will not operate any motorized vehicle, or be a passenger on any motorcycle.
If your attitude or behavior is detrimental to the group and you repeatedly disregard
teacher instructions you may be sent home before the end of the trip at the expense of
your parent/guardian. All e orts to resolve the con ict, including a collect phone
call to your parent/guardian, will be made prior to sending you home.
TEACHERS TRAVEL Student Enrollment
Instructions Trip Information
Please complete this form using BLOCK CAPITALS throughout, then sign and date. Mail the form along Your chaperone can provide you with the information you need to complete this section.
with your rst payment to us at Teacher Love Travel LLC, Post O ce Box 1025, Portsmouth, NH 03802.
We will send you a con rmation of enrollment along with a receipt for your rst payment. Destination:
Please pay particular attention to the Communications section of our Terms & Conditions.
Date: Trip Fee:
Please match your Passport. If you do not have a Passport yet, please match your Birth Certi cate. Chaperone:
First Name: Last Name: School:
Nickname: Date of Birth: Payment Plan
Gender: Male Female Please select one of the payment plans below and then calculate your payments. You should use the
We will communicate with you primarily through e-mail, to ensure you read important noti cations trip fee you entered in the Trip Information section.
promptly,please provide an e-mail address that you check frequently. We cannot be responsible for
the ltering of messages by Junk/Spam management software, we strongly recommend that you add Three equal payments
our Customer Care email address firstname.lastname@example.org to your Contact List. Your rst payment is due immediately. Second payment is due 120 days before departure. Inside
120 days before departure your rst and second payment are due immediately. Third payment is
E-Mail Address: due 60 days before departure. Inside 60 days before departure you must pay in full.
Mailing Address: Trip Fee / 3 = $
Monthly equal payments
State: Zip Code: - Your rst payment is due immediately. Subsequent payments are due on the 15th of each
month. Last payment due at least 30 days before departure.
Telephone: - When calculating the number of months you should include the current month, but do not
include the month of departure.
Parent/Guardian Information Trip Fee / months = $
Please provide one contact.
In order to keep your Trip Fee as low as possible we avoid payment methods which add to our costs.
We only accept checks (personal checks, bank drafts, money orders, et cetera) made payable to
Teachers Love Travel LLC.. We feel you’d prefer we spend your trip fee on things like nice rooms and
meals, rather than electronic fund processing fees.
Home Telephone: -
Please take the time to read our Terms & Conditions, Code of Conduct,, and Travel Insurance documents
Work Telephone: as they explain how we handle all sorts of exceptional circumstances like late payments, cancelations,
- refunds, prohibited substances and unacceptable behaviour while on tour.
By signing below you indicate acceptance of both our Terms & Conditions and our Code of Conduct:
Blood Type: Allergies/Medicines/Instructions:
Version 2010.02.12 Late Payments
TEACHERS TRAVEL Terms & Conditions Teachers Love Travel LLC (”We”, “Our”) reserves the right to revise our terms & conditions at any We do not assess late fees, but because space on our trips is extremely limited we are have a very
time. We will e-mail notify customers (”You”, “Your”) immediately when revisions occur. strict late payment policy. If you miss a payment you will be sent a noti cation by email that you
The most recent revision of our terms and conditions is always available on our website. have entered a 30 day grace period. At the end of the 30 day grace period your trip enrollment is
cancelled if (1) you have not made your payment in the interim (2) you have not contacted us to
Trip Fee discuss an alternative payment plan. If your trip enrollment is cancelled we will immediately
notify you and your parent/guardian by email and telephone. We will also notify students on the
All published trip fees are subject to change at any time unless otherwise noted. The fee shown trip waiting list that space has opened up. There is no charge to re-enroll on a trip, you are no
on our website is the current fee. When you enroll on a trip the current fee applies and will di erent from any new enrollment, being subject the current trip fee and available space.
not change for the life of your enrollment.
Our fee includes the following: Early Registration Program
* international round-trip ights and related taxes Early registration is o ered so that using our monthly payment plan you can spread out the cost
* Hotel accomodations every night of a trip which has not yet opened for enrollment. You are not enrolled on the trip and there is
* Breakfast and dinner every day no guarantee that the trip will be opened for enrollment. You can cancel at any time and receive
* Groud transportation outlined on itinerary a 100% refund of your payments into the program. We suggest using the current trip fee for the
* Entrance fees to all museums and monuments outlined on itinerary same season when you are calculating your monthly payment. Early registrants are the rst to
* Full-time services of a Group Director be noti ed when a trip opens for enrollment. Once noti ed you can enroll to lock the trip fee and
* Travel Insurance (For details refer to our Travel Insurance Overview ) your place on the trip, cancel and receive a 100% refund of your monthly payments, or continue
Our fee does not include the following: making payments without enrolling, subject to the changes in the trip fee and available space.
* Airline fees for excess baggage
* Lunch every day Cancellation and Refunds
* Discretionary ground transportation and activities
In the event of cancellation, your Comprehensive Travel Insurance policy will cover 75% of all fees
paid to us, with the exception of the Comprehensive Travel Insurance fee.
We determine which ights we will use before opening a trip for enrollment and this information Rreservations are usually canceled for the following reasons:
is shown on our website. When a non-stop route exists we provide non-stop ights. We always
y students with their chaperone, we will never arrange a split-arrival or split-departure. * We did not receive a required payment by a payment deadline
When there is no non-stop route we provide ights for whatever alternative route is most * You personally initiated cancellation at least 3 days before departure
convenient for you. Except during summer there is no non-stop route from Boston to Spain, so * Fewer than six students enrolled on our trip
we connect in New York (we provide non-stop return ights from Spain to Boston). There are no
non-stop routes between Boston and China at any time of the year, so we connect in New York. You should claim your refund directly from the insurance company. The Insurance company will
refund you directly, once the claim is processed.
Airlines allow one piece of checked luggage and one carry-on, each subject to dimensional and
weight restrictions. When selecting your luggage we recommend you also take into consideration US Citizens are required to obtain a passport as identi cation in order to travel to European
that we will be using public transportation to transfer between the airport and the hotel. countries. Non-US citizens should consult their consulate for identi cation or travel visa
requirements. We encourage you to obtain a passport well in advance of the departure
Reservations date, and we are not responsible for any disruption to travel caused by inadequate or awed
personal travel documents.
In the unlikely event that a change your hotel or ight reservations is initiated by a third party
(we will not initiate the change) you will be noti ed immediately.
Risks and Warnings
For information regarding possible dangers at international destinations, contact the U.S. State
We determine which hotel we will use in each city before opening a trip for enrollment and this Department. In the event a U.S. government agency issues a full ban on travel to your destination,
information is shown on our website. We always provide a hotel in the heart of the city. Staying we reserve the right to cancel the trip. Customers who cancel their enrollment due to actual or
in the heart of the city allows you to truly experience the character of the city, you can spend the perceived dangers or conditions are subject to the standard cancellation & refund policy.
mornings and evenings enjoying the city rather than commuting to and from the suburbs.
Typically hotels in the heart of the city (especially in Europe) are quite old and small while being
very popular with experienced travelers, resulting in an unpredictable mix of available rooms. Limited Liability
Our students may be arranged two, three, or four to a room. We usually combine two teachers per
room. We occasionally mix students from di erent schools, and we frequently mix teachers from We are not responsible for loss or injury caused by third-party service providers, including
di erent schools. We do not mix student genders, but we may mix teacher genders. airlines, hotels, ground transportation providers, and restaurants. Nor are we responsible for
loss or injury caused by irresponsible, dangerous, or illegal actions of our customers.