Dates: September 20-28, 2019
Meets: 12 M to 12:00 AM
Course Fee: $3,999.00
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Gastronomy and world-famous wines, charming towns and villages, and wonderful hospitality, the Alsace region of France is a mosaic of hills, mountains and plains, dotted with castles, vineyards and traditional villages like Riquewihr and Hunspach. Our program will stay in two cities: Strasbourg, the capital and one of the most charming cities in France and Colmar, nicknamed “Little Venice” for its large array of canals. On this program we will travel through picturesque villages with streets, lined by half-timbered houses dating back to the 16th-century; meet with local winemakers and taste some of Alsace’s famous wines and wander through Strasbourg’s Grand Île, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. $3,999 per person based on double occupancy.
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Catherine LafargeCatherine Lafarge is Professor Emeritus of French at Bryn Mawr College where, after receiving her PhD in Romance Languages from Yale University, she spent her entire career in the French Department and, for a period of ten years, as Dean of the Graduate School. While at Bryn Mawr, she specialized in researching and teaching the literature, history and culture of 18th- century France. In her retirement years, she has developed an interest in birding and traveled extensively in search of exotic birds. She also leads tours to regional France. The next one to Alsace, under the auspices of the Main Line School Night, is scheduled for September 2019. Always a movie buff, she now directs a Film Studies Program at the Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia.
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