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Anyone travel with to Europe with ISE when they were in college?

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I was cleaning today and pulled out my album of pictures from my first trip to Europe. Brought back some great memories. I traveled with ISE (International Student Exchange). It was sponsored by the University of Illinois and a university in Austria (maybe Vienna). I remember Uncle Roland Stemmler, the organizer, met us all in Paris.

I went in 1974. We travelled all over Europe on a bus for 2 months. Sounds terrible, but we had a wonderful time. Three meals, our lodging, and entry fees were all included. I paid $999 for the landtour and $199 for airfare and 5 days in London.

I sent people on that trip for years after that. My brother went 11 years later and the trip was even better then.

Did anyone else first see Europe with ISE?

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