The Iowa Homemaker

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Two Ways to See Europe

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Take a Tour

This June, Gladys Hamlin, associate professor of applied art, will make her seventh trip to Europe. She will guide a group of tourists through Austria, Germany, France, England and the Scandinavian lands, pointing out the history of their arts. She has made arrangements to have residents of specific areas act as tour conductors.

Travel Independently

In planning a European trip, the first thing to consider is whether to travel with a tour or independently. Though there are advantages to both independent and tour travel, I have decided to travel independently -through Europe this summer for two reasons.



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