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Trips Alan R. Hanson trip to Munich, Germany on Jul. 2, 2005

Traveler Alan R. Hanson
Companion N/A
Start Date 7/2/2005
End Date 7/9/2005
Filed date 8/5/2005
Approver Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
Sponsor(s) Hanns Seidel Foundation
Destination(s) Munich, Germany, Brussels, Belgium, Berlin, Germany
View all trips to: Germany
Purpose Bipartisan, bicameral fellowship program for congressional staff to gain a first-hand understanding of the different economic, social and political forces shaping European and trans-Atlantic relations at the regional, national and supranational level.
Total Cost $4,046.50
Detailed Expenses
Personal Companion
Transportation $2,238.88 -
Lodging $990.32 -
Meal $344.96 -
Other $472.34 -