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Slate Rhino
Travel to Paris Tuesday, December 23rd, arriving Christmas Eve.
Return on New Years Day, after spending eight nights in Paris.

Our itinerary is vigorous, so pack light and efficiently with only your carry-on. We stay in four different hotels during the week, dispersed among various arrondissements and suggest that all travelers obtain a Paris Museum Pass, to join our excursions.

We will travel by Metro, Vélib’ (bike-share) and on foot, which is the best way to get lost in Paris

There are several benefits associated with our group.  These include assistance with preparation of the trip and creating a group community prior to our departure. There will be someone to share daily experiences, visit a bar, take in a movie or tour the Opera House.

You always have the option of spending a day on your own or suggesting a departure from the itinerary.

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4 thoughts on “About

    Andrew Reeb said:
    May 31, 2014 at 11:22 am

    please keep me posted on your Chicago events also

      Paris for the Holidays said:
      May 31, 2014 at 12:02 pm

      Paris for the Holidays opened a Meet-Up group in Chicago this week

      Our events include:
      Film at Alliance Française,
      Day on the Divvy (Chicago bike share), to prep us for the Paris Vélib’,
      Chicago Bistros and
      Le tour de cemitere Chicago – a dress rehearsal for our improvisational tours of Père Lachaise Cemetery

      Visit: http://www.meetup.com/Paris-for-the-Holidays/

        Andrew Reeb said:
        June 7, 2014 at 8:52 am

        What are the dates for these upcoming events?

        Paris for the Holidays said:
        June 9, 2014 at 6:45 am

        Weekend events (in Chicago) are scheduled through the summer to “Talk with the group Organizer” and learn more of what the group is about, provide your suggestions and enjoy an afternoon of baseball.

        The following monthly events are also scheduled:
        June Movie: The Intouchibles (at Alliance Francaise)
        July Day on the Divvy: Discovering the Chicago Bike Share System
        August Cemetery Tour: an interactive historical venture, with group participation
        September Chicago Bistros: a progressive meal amoung several local restaurants

        For dates and times, and to join events
        Visit the Paris for the Holiday meet up group at: http://www.meetup.com/Paris-for-the-Holidays/

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