18th Annual Summer Session in London
July 3 - August 3, 2006

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There are daily outings in London:  museum and historic site visits, at least six plays, a couple of restaurant visits, and walks to Portobello Road and Camden Markets and other venues of interest, such as the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, the Globe Theater, Trafalgar Square, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace.  London's many museums include the British Museum, the Tate Gallery, the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery.

above: View from the London Eye, World's largest ferris wheel.

above: Oxford High St. from St.Mary's church tower.

above: Boat trip on Regents Canal in Central London en route to Camden Market.



Board is not included in the price, but each flat has an equipped kitchen, and a number of supermarkets are nearby, as well as a wide variety of eateries. Several dining experiences are part of the program.

The Theatre Scene

above: The newly rebuilt Globe Theatre in London.

2004 participants saw the following plays:

  • A Funny Thing Happened on      the Way to the Forum - Stephen    Soundheim
  • Mamma Mia, a musical
  • Oleanna - starring Julia Stiles
  • Romeo and Juliet - William Shakespeare
  • Suddenly Last Summer - Tennessee Williams (starring Diana Rigg)
  • The History Boys
  • What's on Stage is a comprehensive on-line guide to theatre in London

    Admission to all plays is included in the the cost of the program.

    For Further Information:
    The Tower of London
    The Tower of London


    Dr. William M. Hammel

    Campus Box 219
    Loyola University
    6363 St Charles Avenue
    New Orleans, LA 70118-6195
    (504) 865-3288 or 865-3431
    St Paul's Cathedral
    St Paul's Cathedral
    e-mail: wmhammel@loyno.edu
    In addition there are weekly day trips, including Bath, Blenheim Palace & Oxford, Warwick Castle & Stratford-upon-Avon, and Hampton Court Palace
    Transportation and admission to all the above attractions are included.
    Learn to speak your native language:   WWW guides to the Queen's English Eating in London Shopping in London
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    This page was last updated on 10/7/04 by Laurin Jacobsen