Conservative Tours

Upcoming Tours

September 2, 2014 - September 12, 2014
Sunrise over the Seine near Eiffel Tower
The guns have gone silent on the bluffs overlooking the sea; but they’re still there for all to see. Mulberry Harbor stuns the first time visitor as we climb the hill to reach the plateau above the village of Arromanches. Private John Steele is still snagged up on the church steeple in Sainte Mere Eglise. Pointe du Hoc remains just as the Rangers left it and Omaha’s pain and sacrifice are made real to succeeding generations by our men interred on the bluff overlooking the sacred stretch of sand known as Omaha. We’ll cover the City of Light as only we do: intimately, leisurely, thoroughly. It’s off to retrace the events of December and January, 1944-1945; the Battle of the Bulge, with our Bulge historian, Michel Baert.
September 2, 2014 - September 13, 2014
Il Duomo di Firenze (Florence)
It goes without saying that every tour event in one’s life needs a component that’s both iconic and unforgettable. Europe has several destinations that fit the bill, and your Grand Event will start with a true non-pareil, Rome. In addition to the Eternal City, you’ll discover Florence, Cinque Terre and Venice. From the Coliseum to the Grand Canal….and a whole lot in between!
September 2, 2014 - September 12, 2014
Gran Via, Madrid
The rivalry continues-----Madrid and Barcelona-----but we’ve come not to choose one or the other but to discover both! The classic European capital---monarchy, royal palace, the grand square (La Plaza Mayor) the narrow passage ways and grand boulevards illuminated as only the Europeans do! El Caldero for a Paella feast then it’s on to the historic and artistic icons of Toledo, Segovia and Avila. Bullet Train to the truly unique capital of modernista art, Barcelona. Barcelona is not historic Spain and that’s why we’re going there; it’s a world apart!
September 10, 2014 - September 20, 2014
Irish Cottage
We're off to see the kind of beauty that takes weeks to see in some voyages but in truth Ireland packs in stunning natural landscapes and plunging cliffs around every turn. If your vocal chords haven't seen a lot of work lately you're in for a surprise: Ireland is full of the Irish and the Irish know how to live; and for these friendly people singing is a key way of expression, as are dancing and writing. The Irish are a tribe unto themselves and you'll be happy to have made their acquaintance; although it may take a few days to master the local brogue. If you landed in Scotland and wondered why the locals speak a language that sounds like German or Dutch then you know what I mean!!! Ah...... the Irish...... living and laughing..... what a wonderful place! What a wonderful people!
September 10, 2014 - September 21, 2014
Il Duomo di Firenze (Florence)
It goes without saying that every tour event in one’s life needs a component that’s both iconic and unforgettable. Europe has several destinations that fit the bill, and your Grand Event will start with a true non-pareil, Rome. In addition to the Eternal City, you’ll discover Florence, Cinque Terre and Venice. From the Coliseum to the Grand Canal….and a whole lot in between!
September 12, 2014 - September 25, 2014
Food and Wine Tour
There are several countries with a gastronomical culture as rich as the country is old, and France is, by any expert’s measure, in the Pantheon of gastronomy. We’ll embark on this special event tour with a visit to some of my favorite dining establishments in Paris. We’ll pay special attention to sampling some regional cuisines of the country, paired with the perfect wines, before we take the Bullet Train to Dijon, where we’ve barely left the train station and already our motor coach is traversing the wonderful “Route des Grands Crus.” A wine lover’s paradise and dining fit for a king and queen-----Burgundy!
September 18, 2014 - September 28, 2014
Gran Via, Madrid
The rivalry continues-----Madrid and Barcelona-----but we’ve come not to choose one or the other but to discover both! The classic European capital---monarchy, royal palace, the grand square (La Plaza Mayor) the narrow passage ways and grand boulevards illuminated as only the Europeans do! El Caldero for a Paella feast then it’s on to the historic and artistic icons of Toledo, Segovia and Avila. Bullet Train to the truly unique capital of modernista art, Barcelona. Barcelona is not historic Spain and that’s why we’re going there; it’s a world apart!
September 19, 2014 - September 30, 2014
Il Duomo di Firenze (Florence)
It goes without saying that every tour event in one’s life needs a component that’s both iconic and unforgettable. Europe has several destinations that fit the bill, and your Grand Event will start with a true non-pareil, Rome. In addition to the Eternal City, you’ll discover Florence, Cinque Terre and Venice. From the Coliseum to the Grand Canal….and a whole lot in between!
September 20, 2014 - September 30, 2014
Irish Cottage
We're off to see the kind of beauty that takes weeks to see in some voyages but in truth Ireland packs in stunning natural landscapes and plunging cliffs around every turn. If your vocal chords haven't seen a lot of work lately you're in for a surprise: Ireland is full of the Irish and the Irish know how to live; and for these friendly people singing is a key way of expression, as are dancing and writing. The Irish are a tribe unto themselves and you'll be happy to have made their acquaintance; although it may take a few days to master the local brogue. If you landed in Scotland and wondered why the locals speak a language that sounds like German or Dutch then you know what I mean!!! Ah...... the Irish...... living and laughing..... what a wonderful place! What a wonderful people!
September 21, 2014 - October 1, 2014
Sunrise over the Seine near Eiffel Tower
The guns have gone silent on the bluffs overlooking the sea; but they’re still there for all to see. Mulberry Harbor stuns the first time visitor as we climb the hill to reach the plateau above the village of Arromanches. Private John Steele is still snagged up on the church steeple in Sainte Mere Eglise. Pointe du Hoc remains just as the Rangers left it and Omaha’s pain and sacrifice are made real to succeeding generations by our men interred on the bluff overlooking the sacred stretch of sand known as Omaha. We’ll cover the City of Light as only we do: intimately, leisurely, thoroughly. It’s off to retrace the events of December and January, 1944-1945; the Battle of the Bulge, with our Bulge historian, Michel Baert.

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