Road Scholar articles

(First of two parts)
I read the subscriber’s letter “Did Not Find Expected Amenities on Easter Island” (June ’13, pg.
The tricks to stumbling upon memorable performances. This month, 
France. (Part 11)
Early 1990s stained-glass cupola dome in Galeries Lafayette department store
My wife, Anne, and I spent a week in Paris in April ’12 prior to taking a superb trip with Road Scholar (Boston, MA; 800/454-5768) to the battlefields of Normandy.
Driver Reynaldo Banderas is standing behind (from left) Road Scholar’s Kayla Dre
On April 22, 2012, 24 strangers from around the USA met in Miami with two representatives of Road Scholar (Boston, MA; 800/454-5768) and prepared to go to Cuba. When we returned on April 30, we did so as a group of friends.
In the last three years, my husband and I booked tours with Adventures Abroad, smarTours, Vantage Deluxe World Travel, Overseas Adventure Travel, Odysseys Unlimited and Road Scholar. The tours were each in the range of roughly $3,000-$5,000 per person.
We took a fascinating trip, called “Life Along the Mekong River by Barge,” with Road Scholar (Boston, MA; 800/454-5768), Sept. 27-Oct. 11, 2011.
My wife, Ginny, and I went on a two-week cruise to Greece and Turkey, “Voyages to Antiquity: Athens to Athens,” Sept. 7-21, 2010, with Road Scholar (Boston, MA; 800/454-5768).
Dear Globetrotter: Welcome to the 423rd issue of your monthly overseas travel magazine.