Are We There Yet? was created by WYSU employees to inspire you, our supporters, to learn about and explore your world. From destinations close to home to far-flung corners of the earth, we'll provide answers to questions that you won't find in brochures (What's it like to travel in a group tour? Is a cruise the best way to experience Alaska? If I only have a day, what can I do on Lake Erie?) and we'll offer travel tips and suggestions on what to do once you've arrived. Though small, the staff at WYSU has been on many journeys over the last decade and we love sharing what we know to help you connect to the world in a new and exciting way. If you don’t have the travel bug yet, let us help you catch it!
When I first started to plan for this WYSU trip to France, I knew I wanted to bring my daughter, who would turn 11 just before we left. As I began to research the cost of all the amazing museums and tours available, especially in Paris, I was surprised to learn that for children under age 18, there is no charge at all to get into most museums. NONE! And for adults the price is minimal, especially when considering the quality and quantity of what you can see with a ticket in hand. So here is a schedule of what Lucia and I did and how much it cost:
The South of France – where we learn there is more to this country than Paris
Most of the 43 people on the WYSU/Go Head Tour have the same goal: they want to see the City of Light. But before we do, we will explore other towns in France, all very different than Paris, but just as important to the rich history and culture here.