Enchanted Traveler Seminar Series

1. TRAVEL Smart – Part of the Enchanted Traveler Series

Do you love to travel, but hate the hassle?  Do you like to save money, but still enjoy a “first class” experience?

Learn how to take advantage of the many travel discounts available today, by combining traditional bargain hunting methods with the latest in travel technology.  Plus, insider secrets to make all your travels smart, affordable, and FUN.  This fast-paced course is jam-packed with tips and ideas, guaranteed to have you traveling like a pro in no time!

Topics include:

  • Attitude is Everything
  • Trip Planning
  • Save Time & Money
  • Reservation Tips & Tricks
  • Advantages of Using a Professional Travel Agent
  • Tech Savvy – Staying Connected on the Road
  • Health & Safety Abroad
  • Trip Packing
  • Traveling with Children
  • Favorite Travel Resources, and much more.

Next Session
September 20, 2012
Rochester, MN Community Education – Northrop Building
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cost – $15
Call Community Ed to register at 507-328-4000, charge by phone.


2.  ENCHANTED FRANCE
– Part of the Enchanted Traveler Series

Fresh-baked croissants, a steaming café au lait at a sidewalk café…..the Eiffel Tower sparkling in the night…fields of fragrant lavender and brilliant sunflowers in Provence….France is seductive in her charms, and will tempt you back again and again.  As the most visited country in the world, France will beckon you with her diversity and charm.  Whether you are an arm-chair traveler, or planning a trip to France, you will discover fine cuisine, world-class wines, historic battlefields, architectural wonders, dramatic Alps, stunning cathedrals and monuments, prehistoric caves, and art treasures of the world.  We discuss trip planning, how and when to travel, must-see sights, & more.  France will enchant you like no other.

Instructor:  Mary Ann
France Destination Specialist – Certified by the French National Tourist Office and The Travel Institute
Next Session:
October 11, 2012
Rochester, MN Community Education – Northrop Building
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cost – $15
Call Community Ed to register at 507-328-4000, charge by phone.

3.  Twitter for Travel

You’ve heard about Twitter. But what is it, and why should you care? This hands-on computer class will explain what Twitter is, and what you can learn from it. You’ll set up your Twitter account and profile, learn basic commands and lingo, find travel industry experts to “follow,” including travel writers and editors, favorite travel blogs, niche market travel agents, and industry suppliers. Find travel bargains before they’re posted to the general public. Students should be comfortable using a PC and navigating websites.

 

Next Session:

Rochester, MN Community Education – Northrop Building
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cost – $15
Call Community Ed to register at 507-328-4000, charge by phone.

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