As Norton Juster states“The most important reason for going from one place to another is to see what’s in between, and they took great pleasure in doing just that.” This is exactly what the Europe trip tour by our LIS Students was all about.
The tour took around ten days from France, Belgium, Netherlands and the finishing point was in Germany.
In Paris-France being our first country to visit the students with their teachers managed to visit the well-known landmark in Europe, the Eifel Tower, a magnificent structure whose construction began in1887 and it is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Other than that we visited the Notre Dame Cathedral, Park Asterix, Aeroville shopping Centrum and a city of Paris in general.
On our way to Rotterdam, we visited the Atomium, another landmark in Belgium where science and great work of engineering meets. We passed Brussels the capital of Belgium and finally rested in Netherlands.
The peak was the visit in Efteling Park in Netherlands, where our students had different fun games which they enjoyed the full day. We also managed to visit the Corpus Human Body MUSEUM which was another tour in 3-D on how the human body works from the head to the toe, very educative indeed. Ajax Amsterdam arena was another very exciting experience where we managed to be given a tour of the main stadium of a capacity of 54,000 people. The majority of the soccer lovers were happy since they managed to see the champions league trophy from a zero distance which has been won three times by the Ajax team.
In Germany, we visited the Dusseldorf TV Tower another landmark where information, science, and technology has been blended to meet the demands of life in the contemporary society.
Lastly, the Mercedes museum was also impressive since we managed to visit and witness where German machines are being manufactured. All in all, the trip was good and we do look forward to another trip next year during the summer holiday.