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2014 Arts and Archives Tour
April 24 – May 10, 2014
Join Mervi Hjelmroos-Koski, manager of the School of Botanical Art and Illustration, for the fourth annual exploration of art archives in Europe. This 16-day tour includes five nights in London, two nights in Geneva, three nights in Lyon and five nights in Paris. Highlights include hidden jewels of the Royal Horticulture Society’s Lindley Library, Kew Gardens’ Library and Archives, the Louvre, Palace de Versailles, the Royal Academy of Art and attendance of the opening party for the exhibit for the Society of Botanical Artists. Contact Mervi for more information at email@example.com or 720-865-3653. Reservations: contact Sheridan Shamano at Sheridan@reefstorockies.com or 303-860-6045.
Here is the itinerary.
Accommodations are based on double occupancy and standard rooms.
Package price: $4,290* per person based on double occupancy and standard rooms (breakfast included).
*Pricing and availability are subject to change without notice until booked and deposit received. A 3% discount will be applied to payments by check.
Jewels of Eastern South Africa (Lesotho, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Orange Free State, East Cape)
Jan. 9 - 29, 2015
Not nearly as well known to American tourists as it is to Europeans and native South Africans, the Drakensberg feature a host of elegant resort hotels and accessible trails—and unparalleled natural beauty. January is peak month for color in the montane, subalpine and alpine meadows here. This trip features the most spectacular spots: Sani Pass, Sentinel, Naude’s Nek and more! Join Panayoti Kelaidis and Guillermo Rivera on this amazing tour. Contact Panayoti Kelaidis for more information.
Here is itinerary and more information.
($4800 double occupancy; single supplement $420)
The Gardens & Cherry Blossoms of our Nation's Capital
Thursday, April 10, 2014 - 10 a.m.
Trip - Trips & Travel| Adults
The great city of Washington D.C. truly blossoms in the spring. Go beyond the traditional tourist stops to see truly beautiful and inspiring gardens in all different parts of the city.