Nearing the 70th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War, we will be touring areas of France that are of special interest to Canadians. On our visit to Normandy, we’ll step onto the beaches at Dieppe and Courseulles-sur-Mer (known as Juno Beach) and hear the stories of Canadian soldiers. We will also visit Canadian military cemeteries in honour of the fallen and tour Normandy’s many other highlights: Mont St-Michel, the Bayeux tapestries, Monet’s gardens and the cobblestone streets of Rouen.Then, we’ll visit the Loire Valley with its famous chateaux and vineyards from Tours to Orleans. Finally, we stop in Paris for a short tour of the great City of Light. Join us for this two weeks in France in the spring of 2015.