Friday, January 28, 2011

Book Passages Heads to Paris in 2011...

Imagine spending nine days and nights in Paris on a behind-the-scenes adventure discovering the most exciting and romantic attractions Paris has to offer?

That's just what Book Passages in Paris has planned. Led by legendary correspondent Mort Rosenblum and writer (and filmmaker) Phil Cousineau, this art, food, and literary adventure will take you behind the closed doors of private galleries and salons, kitchens, and markets.

Some of the highlights include...

...tea with George Whitman, founder of Shakespeare & Company.
...a behind-the-scenes look at the Louvre with a long-time curator.
...lunch aboard a private teak boat docked on the Seine, watching as life on the river goes by with journalists at their local café to discuss the day’s politics
...a private tour of the wood-burning ovens at the Pôilane boulangerie where loaves are shipped overnight around the world

When: June 26-July 5, 2011


You can find out more at Book Passages

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