Cruise the Seine River from Paris to Honfleur on this delightful seven-night passage to Normandy on the exclusively chartered MS Renoir, a first-class ship. In Paris, discover the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the Latin Quarter and the Left Bank. An evening cruise shows the city at night. As you travel the Seine, explore Giverny, the home of impressionist painter Monet, and the charming town of Honfleur. On this 75th anniversary of D-Day, visit the D-Day beaches and the Caen Memorial. Best of all, tailor your journey to your own interests by choosing from a selection of included excursions that range from a culinary trek through Paris to a castle tour to cycling and more!
Day 1: Depart gateway city for Paris, France
Day 2: Paris France / embark MS Renoir
Day 3: Paris
Day 4: Paris / La Roche-Guyon
Day 5: La Roche-Guyon / Giverny / Les Andelys / Rouen
Day 6: Rouen
Day 7: Caudebec / Caen / D-Day beaches / Honfleur
Day 8: Honfleur
Day 9: Depart for gateway city
Optional two night pre-tour: Paris, France
**Itinerary and pricing subject to change up until date of brochure publication**
Aine Donovan is the Director Emerita of the Ethics Institute, a thirty-year old initiative to incorporate ethics into every aspect of the Dartmouth experience. At Dartmouth she is the primary point of contact for faculty and administrators in integrating ethics into the curriculum. Aine's faculty appointment is at the Tuck School of Business, where she teaches the core business ethics course to graduate students. She also holds a faculty appointment in the medical school and works in the implementation of research ethics for DHMC and Geisel School of Medicine. She has presented at conferences around the globe and served as a consultant to several international companies and governmental organizations. Her publications range from business ethics to military ethics, to bioethics. During this trip, Aine will lecture on military ethics and ethical issues surrounding the Second World War.