Bask in the rich culture and romance of fascinating France on a tour that explores captivating Paris, picturesque Provence, historic Normandy and breathtaking Le Mont St. Michel. Delight in a 2-night stay in a stunning, renovated French abbey in the UNESCO World Heritage Loire Valley. Relish a tour of two of the Loire Valley’s most famous castles – Château du Chenonceau and Château du Clos Luce. Sip wine during a tour of a well-known winery in the medieval town of Chinon. Visit the gastronomical capital of France, the city of Lyon, and dine at a traditional bouchon. Come to know the enchanting medieval walled city of Avignon during a walking tour and visit to the 14th-century papal palace. Exciting experiences like a a spectacular evening river cruise on the Seine bring to life the joie de vivre of this fabulous country. Stop by the museum or talk to Leslie Fraser, Director of Development, for details!
Join the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History on October 10 for a FREE presentation of a trip to France. Lite refreshments will be provided the presentation will start at 10:00 am. Please RSVP to the Development Director by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 505-245-2137, extension 110. More details to follow.
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