Día de los Muertos

Chicago 2013

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Travel to Chicago Nov 1 and 2 for Día de los Muertos!

Friday, Nov. 1st 2013 at 5:30am to Saturday, Nov. 2nd 2013 at 11pm

Chicago, IL

Chicago, IL


Friday November 1st, 2013

  • 5:30 AM Trip Check-In
  • 6:00 AM Trip Departure
  • Breakfast (Bring From Home)
  • Latin Street Dancing
  • Lunch-Field Museum ($10 Cash Allowance Provided)
  • Field Museum Self-Guided Tour

The Field Museum collection contains over 21 million specimens including

Sue, the most famous preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex, and other preserved

dinosaurs and elephants.

  • Visit Magnificient Mile

Your students will love shopping on the Magnificent Mile! This world famous

area along Michigan Avenue features over 70 shops including

Bloomingdale’s, Gucci, J.Crew, Williams-Sonoma, Coach and many more.

  • Emilio's Dinner Menu (with Spanish Cooking Lesson)

  • John Hancock Observatory

John Hancock Observatory is a 100-story, 1,127-foot tall skyscraper on

Michigan Avenue. It is currently the sixth tallest building in the United States.

During a visit to the SkyWalk Observatory students get a full 360 degree view

of the city and can see up to four states and distances of at least 80 miles!

  • Hotel Check-in

Saturday November 2nd, 2013

  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Hotel Check-Out
  • National Museum of Mexican Art Guided Tour-Day of the Dead Exhibit
  • Lunch-Mi Tierra
  • Explore Little Village
  • Depart for home
  • Dinner en route home ($8 Cash Allowance Provided)
  • 11:00 PM Trip Returns

Latin American culture close to home!

Your guided walking tour of the Pilsen Village area will feature beautiful wall murals, two schools, and local highlights such as authentic dulcerías (sweet shops) and panaderías (bakeries).

Chicago is home to a huge and vibrant Mexican-American community, but nowhere is that more readily and genuinely felt than the Little Village neighborhood on the city’s West Side. A tiled, terra cotta gateway emblazoned with ‘bienvenidos’ warmly welcomes visitors to experience the supermarkets, taquerias and countless carts and vendors hawking churros, tamales and other authentic Mexican street foods.

Visit Emilio's, begin your authentic Spanish dinner with a Spanish cooking

lesson in making Paella!

National Museum of Mexican Art is located in Little Village. The museum

has a permanent collection featuring prominent works by Mexican artists and

artifacts from Mexican history. The exhibit "Mexicanidad: Our Past is

Present" explores the history of Mexico in five stages: Pre-Cuauhtémoc

Mexico, Colonial Mexico, Mexico from Independence to Revolution, Post-

Mexican Revolution to Present-day Mexico and The Mexican Experience in

the US.

Enjoy a fabulous meal at Mi Tierra. Mi Tierra is one of the most popular and

authentic Mexican restaurants in the Chicago area.

Latin Street Dancing is the premiere Latin Dance Company in Chicago.

Your students will learn the Salsa, Tango, Cha Cha, and Meringue from

professional instructors in a private studio.

Extra features

1. On board Tour director - A Student Adventures representative that will be with your group from departure until return to facilitate the trip.

2. Online bill payment and tour management.

3. On trip Health Insurance - Supplemental to the students insurance coverage of out of state (network) fees in case of emergency.

4. Night time Security - unarmed security service at the hotel from 10pm-6am

I want to go!



Fri May 31st, 2013 $72.00 deposit due

Wed Jul 17th, 2013 $125.00 payment due

Wed Sep 25th, 2013 $Balance due

If you have any questions about this tour, please contact me:

Alicia Zemper


(517) 223-6096 (Day)

After following the on-screen registration instructions and making a deposit, you (or the person you are signing up.) will be registered for this trip and you will receive a confirmation via email.

You can make a payment using a credit card or check.

Please follow these easy steps to enroll online:

1. Visit www.studentadventures.org

2. Click LOGIN in the upper right corner of the Student Adventures website.

2. Please sign-up for Easy Track

3. After creating your account, please login and register for your tour using the following trip

registration ID: Fowler1077

Registration takes just a few minutes and the deposit is only $72.00.

The cost of this tour is only $322.00 per Student in a Quad room or $358.00 per Adult in a double room.

Please note: Space will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The deadline for

enrollment is: 5/31/2013.

For questions about the registration process, please call Student Adventures at (877) 873-7550.