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SAR is planning a trip to Spain in 2010

Please join us for a wonderful 10 day trip to Spain, May 10-20, 2010. We will visit the Cathedral in Malaga, where the church members donated the money for the second tower of the church to Gen Bernardo Galvez, for guns, ammunition, and supplies to fight the English up the Mississippi and along the Gulf Coast. There will be time for lounging on the beach along the Costa Del Sol. Savor the scenic side trips in the south of Spain to the exotic Alhambra Palace near Granada; enjoy a celebration in the small home town of Gen. Galvez; delight in the magnificent vista from Rhonda, historic Gibraltar, and an optional day trip to explore Tangier, Morocco.

In Madrid tour the Royal Palace and Armory, and hopefully have an audience with SAR member King Juan Carlos. In Madrid we will visit the incomparable Prado Museum, see El Cid’s huge sword at the Army Museum and marvel at the ship models in the Naval Museum. There will be time for a casual stroll through the magnificent Plaza Major, where you can savor some tapas. Side trips include visits to historic Toledo and stately Escorial, burial place of many Spanish kings.  An optional tour to Costa del Sol is offered. Consult your tax advisor about the deductibility of this trip for members of the SAR and members of the SAR Ladies Auxiliary.


For More information please see the Attached flyer below.

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