FRANCO-IRLANDAIS TRIP ITINERARY OCT 10-17 2018
FRANCO-IRLANDAIS OCT 10-17 2018 ITINERARY
Weds Oct 10
Dept KCS 10am.
Dept Dublin Ryanair 17.25pm.
Arrive Nice 21.45pm. Home with families.
10kgs Hand Luggage only. No liquids over 100mls.
Thurs Oct 11
Day trip to Nice.
Panoramic guided walk above the city, with stunning views of Nice.
Promenade des Anglais.
Free time in Nice.
Friday Oct 12
Meet at Lycee Audibertie.
Reception by Mayor of Antibes at Town Hall.
Walking Tour of Antibes with lots of stops for pastries and coffee!!
Afternoon at beach.
Saturday Oc 13 & Sunday Oct 14
Weekend with families.
Mon Oct 15
Bus trip to Grasse.
Guided day tour to town of Grasse world centre of the perfume industry.
Tuesday Oct 16
Day Trip to Monaco by train.
Visit Renier Oceanograhic Museum and Aquarium.
Walking tour of Old Town with views of Monte Carlo, Formula One Track, Royal Palace, Millionaire’s Villas.
Wednesday Oct 17
Morning in school.
Home to get bags.
Families to bring Irish to airport.
Flight leaves 16.30.
Arrive Dublin 18.00. Arrive Kinsale 23.00.
All students need a valid EHIC card https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/1/schemes/ehic/apply/
Advised pocket money 30 euros per day.
Sun cream and beach wear. French dress is more conservative than Irish !
A gift for your French Family eg. Giles Norman Print/Butler’s Chocs. No alcohol.
A sense of fun, a willingness to discover a new culture and an open mind. Remember if you find it tough and you are homesick it only lasts a week !!
10 kgs only in hand luggage. No liquids over 100mls
Photos of your family, house, room for return visit etc on your phone
Do not ask your child to bring back cigarettes or alcohol or medication
Please ensure that you have paid the 150 euros exchange cost to the school before departure
CONTACT NO FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS 00353 87 2718102
Or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents are only to call this number in the event of a serious issue regarding the child’s health and welfare. We cannot interfere with family plans. We have made the French aware that the Irish may want to get together at the weekend and that they should try to facilitate this!
Mr. Tony Cierans Ms. Niamh Hay