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At A Glance:
  • Dates:
    July 7 - 14, 2013

    Cost:
    $3,995/Person (DO)
    $4,590/person (SO)

    Meet/Depart:
    Paris, France

    Combines with:
    Napoleon and the Battle of Waterloo

     


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    The French Revoluton – Sojourn Price
    July 7 – 14, 2013



    Land price per person, double occupancy:
    $3,995
    Land price per person, single occupancy:
    $4,590
    Optional air package from/to New York:
    $1,315

    Optional air package includes: round-trip airfare from/to New York, airport transfers at destination, and 100% travel assurance.

    Special Offers:
    ~Save $250 per person and receive a free transfer between locations when you book two consecutive sojourns.

    This sojourn combines nicely with:
    Napoleon and the Battle of Waterloo

    Price includes: Complete scholarly program of lectures, presentations, discussions, and visits led by Professor Donald Sutherland, 7 nights hotel accommodation, all breakfasts, additional meals as per the complete itinerary, 2 cocktail receptions, all entry fees, private guides, ground transportation, all gratuities except porterage, and all sojourn activities as detailed in the compete itinerary.

    Price does not include: Airfare (unless noted otherwise); airport transfers; meals not stated in the complete itinerary; beverages options other than wine, beer, or soft-drinks with group meals; passport or visa fees and necessary photos; immunizations; travel insurance; excess baggage charges; airport taxes; medical, hospitalization or evacuation costs; gratuities for porterage; laundry and other personal items.

    Payment and terms: A non-refundable deposit of $500 per person is due within fourteen (14) days of a confirmed registration. The remaining balance is due 90 days prior to the starting date of the sojourn. For more information, please see our complete Terms & Conditions.

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