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Thank you for your interest in the WCBD Television Paris - A Week To Remember tour, April 8 - 14, 2013. This fabulous vacation will be hosted by Rob Fowler, Storm Team 2's Chief Meteorologist.

Diverse architecture, rich French cuisine and quaint sidewalk cafes harmoniously blended to reveal a city of endless surprises.

Rob has previously hosted Holiday Vacations' Canadian Rockies & British Columbia by Rail, Great California Train Adventure, Bryce, Zion & the Grand Canyon and Alaska tours.  

There's no better way to experience the beauty of Paris than with Holiday Vacations. Our 40 years of experience and dedication to personalized service will assure you that this 7-day tour will exceed your expectations. Holiday Vacations' inclusive attractions, sightseeing, many meals and all accommodations as listed in our tour itineraries offer our guests extraordinary value.

Visit this page while Rob is in Paris for updates and photos from the trip.

Paris: A week to remember

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