A Trip with Politics & Prose and Wild Blue Yonder Trips with special guest, Author, Martin Walker.
If you’re a fan of Martin Walker’s Bruno, Chief ofPolice mysteries set in France, you know that Bruno is only fictional. But his region, Périgord Nord in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, is quite real, as are the foods and wines and markets and castles and characters that Bruno encounters in his adventures. As it happens, writer Martin Walker lives just outside of the town of Le Bugue, France, suspiciously similar to Bruno’s St. Denis.....CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS.
A Trip with Politics & Prose and Wild Blue Yonder Trips with special guest, Eric Denker, Senior Lecturer Emeritus at the National Gallery of Art
Eric will take us to his favorite sites, including the Palazzo Ducale, the Accademia art museum, the Scuola Grande San Rocco (where Eric is a rare American member), Ca d’Oro historic house, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the islands Murano, Burano and Torcello in the Venetian lagoon. One day we’ll walk
into the Jewish Ghetto, the oldest ghetto in the world, established in 1516, to visit the ancient synagogues there. Click here for details.
A Trip with Politics & Prose and Trip Leader, Garrett Peck
A unique opportunity to walk in Cather’s footsteps on a magical six day trip to Santa Fe and the surrounding pueblos. The itinerary includes expert led walking tours, scenic drives, and day trips to the real places Cather describes in many of her writings, including Death Comes for the Archbishop.
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