Jun 29, 2019 — Jul 07, 2019
No single supplement! Book by Dec. 18 to save!
About the tour
Cruise the Seine River from Honfleur to Paris on this delightful seven-night passage on the 106-guest MS Renoir. Begin in the inviting harbor of Honfleur, a historic fishing port, and delve into the life of impressionist painter Monet at his Giverny home. As the world marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, follow a storied path on Omaha Beach and visit the Caen Memorial and other sites associated with this crucial World War II battle. Then, witness the magnificent Cathedral of Notre-Dame, storied Latin Quarter and romantic ambiance of Paris. A carefully crafted itinerary to include enriching cultural excursions, preferred access to popular attractions and an engaging educational component. Choose from a selection of included excursions that range from a culinary trek through Paris to a castle tour to cycling and more! Along with Francophile, Mimi Gregory, a series of informative lectures add historical and cultural context to your experience.
No single supplement for solo travelers!
From $3,695 per person – a savings of $250 if you book by December 18!
About the Lecturer
Mimi Gregory is Vice President and Program Chairman of the Naples, Florida, Council on World Affairs. Mimi has traveled extensively in Europe, has participated in Council Leadership Missions to Germany, Lebanon, Kuwait, Israel, Egypt, Taiwan and Iraq. She has also traveled to Afghanistan and Iran. She has led a Great Decisions group for sixteen years. Having lived in France for several years, where she worked as an Executive Recruiter for the banking industry, Mimi maintains very strong ties with France through her association with the Alliances Françaises, and the France Florida Foundation For the Arts. She was honored by President Nicolas Sarkozy with the National Order of Merit, Rank of Commander. Mimi has led two Council trips to France, three to the Danube and a trip to Iran.
“Every time Mimi spoke to the group, she provided interesting comments and relevant information on the excursions. We had wonderful interactions with her and we enjoyed hearing about her personal experiences about living in France. She was a ‘hit’ by all travelers.”