Shepherd sponsoring trip to Paris
The Shepherd University Department of English and Modern Languages will sponsor Literary Paris, a trip to Paris from March 10 to 17, 2012. Professors Rachel Ritterbusch and Mark Cantrell will lead the trip. The trip is being offered to complement the course Parisian Modernism, but trip participants don’t have to enroll in the course.
Literary Paris will include an introduction of Paris on a Seine River Cruise, a visit to the Pompidou Center, a walking tour of the Writers of Montparnasse, the Marais Quarter, La Place des Vosges, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Montmartre area, the Arc of Triomphe, a stroll through Jardin des Tuileries, Louvre Museum, Versailles, Cimitiere Pere Lachaise, l’Opera National de Paris and the Eiffel Tower.
In order to join the tour, a $500 non-refundable deposit is due by Sept. 2.
The full cost of the trip will depend on how many people pay in full by Nov. 2.
The tour fee includes round trip airfare, airport taxes/fuel surcharges, accommodation in three- to four-star hotel, continental breakfast and dinners, a Casterbridge Tour manager/guide to accompany the group 24 hours a day from arrival to departure, several pre-booked admissions, the expertise and perspective of local guides, transportation by private coach for airport transfers and touring (except in Paris, where public transport is used) and all taxes.
For more information about the tour, visit casterbridgetours.com/index.php/itineraries/privatetours/shepherd_university_112975.