PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Fans of Providence College men’s hockey can join the team for its week-long trip to Belfast, Northern Ireland for the Third Annual Friendship Four.
The Friendship Four Tournament will take place over Thanksgiving Weekend 2017 in Belfast and will feature Providence College as well as University of Maine, Clarkson University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The tournament will be held from Nov. 24-25, 2017 at the SSE Arena, the home to the Belfast Giants, who are one of Northern Ireland’s top professional sporting organizations.
Friar fans can book their six, three, or two-night packages via Cara Group Travel. Some of the inclusions consist of: Thanksgiving Dinner Gala at the Titantic Belfast, Dublin & Belfast City Sightseeing Tour, and a visit to the Giants Causeway. Fans that book packages through Cara Group Travel can also get exclusive round-trip fares (which include fees and taxes) from Aer Lingus, the flag carrier airline of Ireland.
Any questions related to the Friars’ Friendship Four travel packages can be directed to email@example.com or by calling Sara Stanton at 617-639-0273.
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