Exploring Lesser Known Parts of France
Unsure of where to go on your next trip to France? Want to learn more about out-of-the-way places in France? Interested in providing input into a possible AFO-sponsored trip?
This workshop is for you. Seasoned traveler Sue White has made multiple trips to France, spending two weeks each time in a specific area. Areas like Rouen and part of Normandy, Bayonne, Biarritz, and le Pays Basque Français, Bordeaux and St. Emilion, Rennes, Nantes, St. Malo and other parts of Bretagne (Brittany), Toulouse and the historic surrounding areas such as Carcassonne, Albi and Cordes sur Ciel, Aix-en-Provence, Arles, and Marseilles, Lyon and several villages in the foothills of the Alps. She’ll share photographs and insights about these areas as well as gauge interest in a potential trip sponsored by the AFO, designed by The French Traveler, a company that’s been organizing unique trips for 20 years.
THIS ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE D’OMAHA LUNCH & LEARN EVENT IS SPONSORED BY
Register today! This class is limited to 20 people.
Meet Instructor Sue White
Sue White recently relocated to Omaha from Massachusetts where she lived in the Boston area since 1983. She is a dual national — UK/USA. She has also lived in Belgium and Switzerland. Sue has been a French teacher for 16 years after previously working in at Air France as a Passenger Services manager. She is a board member of the Alliance Française d’Omaha and has been appointed the Education Coordinator.
Location - Kaneko-UNO Library, 1111 Jones Street
Day and Time - Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 12:00 noon
What to Bring - A sack lunch is suggested but not required