If your New Year’s resolution this year was to travel and spend more time with family, why not kill two birds with one stone with a spring Parisian mother-daughter trip from Rose Journey. From March 12 through 19, delve into French culture– the food, the fashion, the je ne sais quoi, and make memories that will last a lifetime.
The Mother-Daughter Paris and Royal France Tour includes five nights of lodging at the renowned Esprit Saint-Germain Hotel on Paris’ Left Bank, one night in a gorgeous chateau in Ambois, gourmet meals in castles and boats, opening night gala at the Opera Garnier, shopping at the original Chanel rue Cambon boutique and much, much more. The cost is around $5,000 per person, and airfare is additional. This is a “just girls” trip, but certainly not excluded to mothers and daughters: sisters, aunts, grandmothers and friends are urged to sign up. But hurry- the cut off date for registration is Monday, January 10th.
In conjunction with Dallas specialty travel agency Strong Travel, Rosalind de Rolon makes it her mission to bring chic, one-of-a-kind itineraries to the jet-setters of Dallas and beyond. A lifelong Francophile, Rolon studied French civilization at the Sorbonne and covered high fashion as a journalist in Paris. Rolon then took her experiences and knowledge and created Rose Journeys to share these things through stunning, refreshing events abroad and here in Dallas. Spring break not your vacation time? See the website for additional unforgettable trips.
For more information or to register for this trip, visit www.rosejourney.com