Our final day of this tour was spent lazily crossing the Vierwaldst?§ttersee (otherwise known as Lake Lucerne) via boat from Weggis over to Lucerne. A shot of our guest Dan Helpbringer and Jenean is above. It was a bright, sparkling day and practically cloudless. We crossed over and spent an hour wandering the nearly empty […]
We took our group to the beautiful Lauterbrunnen Valley near Interlaken on Saturday the 23rd. We were heading for the heights on this day. The clouds were hanging at about 8,000 feet but we went up anyway, all the way up to the rotating restaurant at about 10,000 feet. Clouds obscured the view for most […]
This shot was taken during our scenic drive (all drives are scenic in the Black Forest) to Triberg and Schonach on June 20.
It was only for a night, but we doubt any of our guests will ever forget their evening at Chateau Paquier, located outside the hamlet of Saint Martin de la Cluze, near Grenoble, France. We were on our way from Les-Baux-de-Provence, taking the quick route to Grenoble on a day that started out rainy and […]
Tom and Kathleen Novasic of Milwaukee and Sarasota enjoy the medieval town of Aigues-Mortes during their two week tour with European Focus. Tom read an article about us in the Sarasota Herald Tribune three years ago. He kept that article and started planning their tour to France, Germany and Switzerland in the early spring of […]
It’s time to fill out your tour application for your own Grand Adventure in 2008. We’re offering 7% interest back on trip deposits placed before July 1 for tours taking place anytime in 2008 or 2009. We’re expecting a very busy travel season due to some new tours that we will be opening for 2008 […]
Literally, “Dead Waters” this fortified town on the edge of the marshes of the salt marshes of the Camargue was the highlight of today’s Provence experience for our eight guests from Florida. A short one hour journey from our home base in Les-Baux-de-Provence, Aigues-Mortes stands like a stone sentinal on the edge of what used […]
We stopped along the way to the Saturday morning market in Arles to take photographs and walk around the grounds of part of the Montmajour Monastery, parts of which go back to the 10th century. Our guest Tom Novasic takes a photo of the ancient chapel above. The simple 12th century cemetery chapel of Saint-Croix […]