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Dr Jesek presents a fresh, common sense approach to the world of general dentistry. His passion will excite, motivate and inspire, as well as challenge dentists to be the best that they can become. The true strength of what Dr Jesek has to offer dentists is his message of comprehensive care for the entire family and a method to deliver excellence with consistency.
Our staff can assist you with all your travel arrangements.
|DATE||PORT OF CALL||ARRIVE||DEPART|
|Tue Aug 27||Southampton (London), England
|Wed Aug 28||St. Malo, France
||8:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Thu Aug 29||Lorient, France
||1:00 am||7:00 pm|
|Fri Aug 30||Bordeaux, France
|Sat Aug 31||Bordeaux, France
|Sun Sep 01||Bordeaux, France
|Mon Sep 02||Bilbao, Spain
||8:00 am||10:00 pm|
|Tue Sep 03||Gijon, Spain
||8:00 am||8:00 pm|
|Wed Sep 04||*At Sea - Cruising
|Thu Sep 05||Lisbon, Portugal
Southampton (London), England - "Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford." Samuel Johnson's famous words are as true today as when he spoke them. A visitor to London could fill a month with fascinating people, art, music, late-night dancing, fabulous shopping, an endless array of pubs and first rate meals. Tourists should take in Victoria Station, the beauty of Westminster Abbey, Parliament, and the pomp of Buckingham Palace. And then there are the "Elgin Marbles" at the British Museum and the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London. Or visit Sherlock Holmes' HQ on Baker Street (you know the address). After all that, make what might be the most important stop of all: grab a pint at one of the many corner pubs that's been hosting revelers since before America was a nation. Definitely a place to "take in," not just "pass through."
From London you'll transfer from Southampton after your cruise conference.
Post-Cruise Hotel Packages in London
St. Malo, France - The walled city of St. Malo is a quaint maze of fine old buildings, museums, and cafés serving Breton specialties of crepes and cider.
Stroll along the ramparts, walk the cobblestone streets, and hear tales of corsairs, privateers grown rich off captured ships and their booty, authorized by the government during wartime, in order to hinder the enemy.
Lorient, France - Nestled on the northwest coast of France in the culturally rich region of Brittany, Lorient’s past is one marked by conquest and conflict - a stark contrast to the bucolic riverside villages and windswept beaches that surround the town. Once the chief port for the French East Indies Company, Lorient has also been home to a base for the French Royal Navy,
and acted as a headquarters for German U-boats during WWII.
Seafood lovers won’t be disappointed with a visit to Lorient. As one of France’s main fishing ports, you can follow a fish’s journey from sea to stew. Check out the auction action at Keroman as fishermen unload the day’s catch, head to the market at Merville, then settle in to a waterside restaurant for a dish of Cotriade - a hearty chowder-like soup full of potatoes and the freshest fish selection of the day.
Bordeaux, France - Bordeaux's fortunes have long been tied to viticulture, beginning with an expansion of the wine trade with England in the 14th century. As a result it is a handsome and cohesive city of uniform classical and neoclassical style, with monumental buildings and many fine mansions financed by the almighty grape.
Bilbao, Spain - Bilbao, Spain's sixth-largest city, is being revitalized with the help of astounding strides in art and architecture. New life arrived in this commercial/industrial hub via the astonishing Bilbao Guggenheim Museum; the new, sleek glass and steel tube metro system; and the stunning glass-decked parabolic arch footbridge above the Nervion River. Bilbao also provides an excellent home base from which to explore the diverse Basque country, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pyrenees.
Gijon, Spain - Beautiful green landscapes meet rural countrysides in Gijón, which started as a fishing village 3,000 years ago. Situated on the coast of Spain's famed Asturias region, this beautiful city offers an attractive combination of seafaring flavor, historic buildings and modern urban development. Most of the streets are cobblestone, barely two cars wide and pave the way to many renovated buildings that display the colorful life of the village. At the end of your day, visit a Sidrería (cider bar) and sample a bottle of the regional alcoholic specialty accompanied by a tapa or two - they say you haven't visited Asturias until you've tried cider.
At Sea - Cruising - Cruising
Lisbon, Portugal - Make your own discoveries in the city that launched the Age of Discovery. Cross the River Tagus on its soaring suspension bridge. Wander the maze of streets in the Alfama, the old Moorish quarter, dominated by the medieval Castle of St. George where peacocks strut and shriek. Stroll the Baixa, shop for elegant shoes.
Our staff can assist you with all your travel arrangements.Questions? Call us at 800-422-0711.