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What lessons did we learn from 2020? For me it has been to never put off my dreams. And travel is no exception. As weeks of isolation have become months, we are ready to have something to look forward and desperate to start planning our escapes. 


Working with You Go Girls! Travel, I have created an idea to lift your spirits and fulfill your Parisian dreams. Marcia Miller founded You Go Girls! 22 years ago. She carefully curates tours for women because - women travel differently than men. Her special talent is building itineraries to fit the interests of women travelers. The unique experiences set her tours far from your granny’s bus tour. She is fun, professional and welcoming. And she brags that her guests are interesting, kind, and intelligent. So - you will fit right in! Our group will be small to allow guests to enjoy each other. We will be sure that everyone feels welcome and comfortable.


Our plan will cover some basics of Paris like the Musee d’Orsay with its fabulous Impressionist works. But we go a step further to focus on the fashion and food that the City of Lights is so known for. One night our dinner will be a hands-on cooking class, and one day we take a Chocolate Walk – with lots of samples. Other days we slip into the world of Coco Chanel, and take a Fashion Walk to learn the history of shopping!


There will be time to shop and explore and laugh. If you have even a hint of interest in the fun, let me know and I will get you the details. We cannot wait to share the sparkle and romance of Paris with you.



  • City tour- via vintage Citroen cars –  a swirl of romance whisks us past alluring landmarks

  • Musee d’Orsay -  private guide, skip the line 


  • Breakfast daily

  • Wine and cheese tasting lunch 

  • Hands-on cooking class dinner

  • Chocolate walk – with samples

  • Honey shop visit – with samples

  • Mustard store visit – with samples



  • Flea market tour – private guided

  • History of fashion walking tour – private

  • Coco Chanel walking tour – private



7 nights in 4 star hotel near the Champs Elysees

Breakfast daily

Activities mentioned with transportation

Meals mentioned
Escorted by Terri Murray and Marcia Miller

Gratuities for guides


  • Airfare to and from Charles de Gaulle airport 

  • Alcoholic beverages and other bar drinks

  • Items of a personal nature


Itinerary subject to change without notice with equal substitutions. No refunds for missed activities. 

Participants must independently be able to walk moderate distances on uneven surfaces, ascend and descend uneven stairs without railings, and board and disembark buses, trains, boats, and automobiles. There are no ADA accommodations in Europe. Special dietary requests will be accommodated as available and incur a $100 surcharge.

Minimum 6 guest, maximum 10. A nonrefundable $200 deposit secures your space with a second payment of $1000  November 1, 2021, and balance due March 15, 2022. A 3.5% fee for credit card use. Travel insurance is recommended to protect your investment. 


May 7 - Fri arrival  (D)
Dinner near hotel to meet the group


May 8 Sat (B,L) 

City tour by vintage Citroen cars – 3 hours of great photo ops with a driver/guide. 

Lunch wine/cheese tasting – a learning lunch

Balance of the day free


May 9 Sun (B,D)

Flea Market – with a private guide to navigate the HUGE market. This is a Sunday fun-day of antiques, art, furniture, clothing, jewelry, and junk. 

Picnic dinner in hotel – by Marcia

Lingerie Presentation – by Terri


May 10 Mon (B)

Fashion Walk – Richelle is our guide for this private walking tour. She shares stories of how shopping developed from everything being custom-made, to pret-a-porter (ready-to-wear), and malls. Stops include vintage, passages, designers, and more. 

Followed by free time- use your shopping map to explore.

May 11 Tues (B)

Chocolate Walk – This private walking tour takes us to some tasty treasures for chocolate - with samples! 

Fragonard Perfume Museum – learn a bit about how perfume is made and shop in their store. 

House of Honey – a quick stop for hundreds of types of honey and honey products - unlimited tasting. 

Mustard shop – more samples and a good spot for gifts. 


May 12 Wed (B,D)

Musee D’Orsay – View one of the best Impressionist collections in the world with private guide. 

Free afternoon for your interests

Cooking class private La Cuisine de Paris – this hands-on dinner class teaches you to cook like a French lady. 


May 13 Thurs (B,T)

Chanel walk – Another private tour with Richelle. Learn all about Coco and other haute couture houses and the stories behind them. Visit Chanel and Hermes flagship stores. 

Angelina’s for tea – Rich food and fun

Free afternoon to finish shopping 

May 14 Fri (B)



B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner T=Tea

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