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Program #10034RJ
9 Days | 8 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Moderately Challenging
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Itinerary for Oct 19 — Oct 27, 2013

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Day One: Saturday, October 19 - Departures from the U.S.
Evening: Overnight flights from the U.S.

Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Two: Sunday, October 20 - Arrival in Paris: Welcome and Orientation
Morning: Arrivals at Charles de Gaulle airport and independent transfers to the program hotel in Paris. Please note that rooms are not generally available until early to mid-afternoon, so you should plan to drop off your luggage at the hotel and then take some time to explore Paris or relax and have a leisurely lunch. There are Paris maps available at the hotel, and your Group Leader will be present to provide recommendations and directions.

Afternoon: Check in at your hotel and take the afternoon to unpack and relax. At 5:30 p.m. you will meet with your group for introductions, a review of the program itinerary and site orientation. You will also receive some expert advice on getting around in Paris.

Dinner: Welcome dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Three: Monday, October 21 - Ile de la Cite
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel

Morning: Lecture: Meet this morning with your group for a lecture focusing on the origins of Paris from Roman development through the Middle Ages. Then, enjoy a panoramic overview by coach of Paris' monuments and most famous sites, while your Paris Expert continues a discussion of the city's history and its architecture throughout the ages.

Lunch: Lunch on your own near Notre Dame Cathedral

Afternoon: On-site Lecture/ Field Trip: Explore Sainte-Chapelle and Notre Dame cathedral to learn more about medieval art and architecture on the Ile de la Cite, the historic heart of Paris.

Dinner: Dinner on your own

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Breakfast
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Four: Tuesday, October 22 - The Latin Quarter and the Left Bank
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel

Morning: Your Paris guide will help you to experience the Latin Quarter as the students do. An area dominated by the Sorbonne, this special area is generally associated with intellectuals, artists and a bohemian way of life.

Lunch: Lunch on your own in the Latin Quarter.

Afternoon: You may remain with your group leader and continue exploring the Left Bank with visits to St. Germain des Prés and St. Sulpice. Alternatively, you can take the opportunity to head off on your own and discover the Jardins du Luxembourg with its puppet show and botanical garden with fruit trees and beehives.

Dinner: Dinner on your own

Evening: Your group will reconvene for an evening cruise along the Seine to view the magnificent illuminated monuments lining the river.

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Breakfast
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Five: Wednesday, October 23 - Parisian Market / The Marais Quarter, the Vosges ...
Parisian Market / The Marais Quarter, the Vosges Royal Square and the Carnavalet Museum

Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel.

Morning: Enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of a traditional Parisian open-air market. Here you will truly be able to experience the Paris of Parisians.

Lunch: Create a picnic lunch from the specialties you've gathered at the market or enjoy a meal at a nearby café.

Afternoon: Independent Exploration: Take this opportunity to explore the neighborhoods of the Marais district including what was historically the Jewish quarter, and perhaps browse Europe's largest collection of modern art at the Pompidou Center. Optional In-depth Exploration: Those who wish to remain with the group can enjoy a brief exploration of the Jewish quarter followed by a guided discovery of the Carnavalet Museum.

Dinner: This evening we divide into two groups for dinner. Group A will have dinner on their own. Group B will meet with a culinary artist-in-residence in her shop/studio where she will prepare dinner for the group. The next evening Group A will enjoy dinner with the culinary artist, and Group B will have dinner on their own.

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Six: Thursday, October 24 - Palais Royal / The Louvre
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel

Morning: Independent Excursion: This morning is a wonderful opportunity to head off on your own to discover the Champs Elysées or walk the famed Rue St-Honoré and see haute couture. On-site Lecture/ Field Trip: Alternatively, explore the Palais Royal area with your Paris guide, discovering covered passageways, hidden courtyards, and learning about Paris through the centuries.

Lunch: Lunch on your own near the Louvre

Afternoon: Free time to continue your explorations of Paris or join the group for a self-guided visit of the Louvre using an audioguide created exclusively for Road Scholar participants, containing informative commentary by lecturers sharing their passion for highlights of the Louvre.

Dinner: This evening we divide into two groups for dinner. Group B will have dinner on their own. Group A will meet with a culinary artist-in-residence in her shop/studio where she will prepare dinner for the group.

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Breakfast
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Seven: Friday, October 25 - 19th Century Art in Paris
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel

Morning: On-site Lecture/ Field Trip: At the Musée d'Orsay you will discover one of the most extensive collections of Impressionist art in the world. Your local guide will discuss the importance of the works by Monet, Renoir, Pissarro and many others as you walk through the galleries of this former railway station.

Lunch: Lunch on your own at or near the Musée d'Orsay. The museum itself has three options for dining, or you may choose to eat at a nearby brasserie.

Afternoon: Independent Excursion: This afternoon is a wonderful opportunity to further explore this area of the Left Bank known as St. Germain des Prés, or if you prefer you may linger at the museum. Optional In-depth Exploration: Those who wish to remain with the group will continue on to a discovery of Les Invalides and Napoleon's church / tomb. Then conclude your afternoon's exploration at the Rodin Museum and sculpture garden where you will learn more about 19th century Impressionist masterpieces.

Dinner: Dinner on your own

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Breakfast
Type: Full Service Hotel

Description: An exceptional setting in the heart of Paris, the floor is covered of jade marble and antique furniture in the hall. A few strides further, the purple velvet seats and the Art Deco works of art light up the eyes. The elegance of the setting combines with a warm and friendly atmosphere to assure an exceptional stay. This hotel is a true oasis of serenity and has many charms: the private gardens nestled in the center of the building appear as the jewel of the establishment.

Contact info:
289b Rue du Faubourg St Antoine
75011 Paris, France
phone: +33 (0)1 40 09 40 00
web: www.lepatiosaintantoine.com/uk/index.php

Room amenities: Alarm clock, Complimentary Newspapers, Desk & chairs, Hairdryer, Individual Air conditioning, Individual Heating, Interconnecting/adjoining rooms, Iron & ironing board, Minibar, Kitchenette stocked with the basics needed for preparing and eating food, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Bathrooms have bathtubs and showers, Radio, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Smoking rooms, Soundproof windows, TV - Pay per view and satellite, Windows may be opened. Please note that hotel rooms in France are often smaller than hotel rooms in the U.S. There are no dressers in the rooms.

Facility amenities: 24 hour Front Desk, Concierge, Fax & photocopying, Garden, Valet laundry service, Luggage room, Meeting rooms, Porterage, Taxi service, Direct telephone line, Phone features: voicemail, Wifi in bedroom, Wifi in lobby/public rooms There is a small set of stairs from the reception and breakfast room areas leading to the first courtyard and elevator. There is a set of stairs to access the meeting room and hotel restrooms.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: TBD
Contact Road Scholar Travel Services for rates and bookings


Day Eight: Saturday, October 26 - Montmartre and the Orangerie Museum
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel

Morning: Field Trip: Led by your local expert, explore the collections of the Musée de l'Orangerie and view Monet's magnificent Nymphéas (Water Lilies).

Lunch: Lunch on your own in Montmartre

Afternoon: On-site Lecture/ Field Trip: In Montmartre you will study the lives of artists in Paris and learn about Impressionism and Post-Impressionism in the community. Independent Exploration: Take this opportunity to explore Place du Tertre, the tourist center of Montmartre, or visit Sacré Coeur Basilica. You may also take this opportunity to simply walk around the neighborhood and discover the streets that inspired so many artists.

Dinner: Farewell dinner at a local restaurant

Lodging: Le Patio Saint Antoine

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
Day Nine: Sunday, October 27 - Departures from Paris
Breakfast: Buffet breakfast at your hotel (depending on your departure time)

Morning: Individual departures to Charles de Gaulle Airport for return flights to the U.S. Your group leader will give you helpful information on getting to the airport and be available to assist you with arrangements if needed.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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