PLACES WE STAY (see photos below)
York Hotel is housed in a modern building with floor-to-ceiling windows, and is situated a 5 minute walk from the world class shops at Orchard Road and is located on Mount Elizabeth. You will be surrounded by the perfect combination of tranquillity, comfort and convenience at York Hotel Singapore.
Scribe Paris Opera Hotel by Sofitel is a five star hotel, ideally located between the Opéra Garnier, La Madeleine, the Louvre, Place Vendôme and the department stores and
occupies a majestic 19th century building. Designed by Jacques Grange, our rooms, suites and duplexes create an idyllic retreat in the heart of Paris
The Cité de Carcassonne Hotel is a historic hotel with an amazing history situated in the heart of the medieval fortress. Overlooking the lower town, it offers an amazing panoramic view of the city walls. Set in Carcassonne's circular walls, Hotel de la Cite Carcassonne - MGallery Collection is set in a Medieval-style chateau. The hotel features gardens and an outdoor pool with views of Saint Nazaire Basilica.
Le Manoir du Lys, Normandy is an authentic hunters’ lodge nestled in the Andaine forest this period resort is surrounded by three hectares of parklands. The hotel has an elegant restaurant steeped in the charm and character of the Normandy countryside, just a short distance from the town centre of Bagnoles de l’Orne.
Hotel le Domaine de Beauvois, Tours is a 4 star hotel, located west of Tours on the road to the vineyards and surrounded by forests, meadows and a pond. Each room in this boutique hotel is decorated in quintessentially French style, with exquisite materials and antique furniture.
Avignon Grand Hotel is ideally located just outside the city’s Middle Age walls, just 70m from Avignon Central Station. The hotel opened in 2000 and remains an example of Provencal architecture in Avignon ever since.
Hotel le Canberra, Cannes is a glamorous boutique hotel located centrally, across the street from the shops on Rue d’Antibes, is a 7-minute walk from the beach and 1.2 km from Palais des Festivals et des Congrès. The hotel is located in the very heart of the city. You must not miss the opportunity to act like a star and stroll down La Croisette or Rue d’Antibes with their luxury boutiques or take a five minute walk to Palais des Festivals.
Hotel de Selves, Sarlat-la-Canéda is set in beautiful gardens with wide terraces and an amazing swimming pool, just 400m walk from the old town. It puts you in the heart of Sarlat-la-Caneda, within just a 10-minute stroll of Place du Marché aux Oies and Place de la Liberte.
Rigoletto with confirmed tickets at the Paris Opera Bastille, plus choral concert at Notre Dame.
Faust presented by Avignon Grand Opera.
Wiener Philharmonica Soloists with Yeree Suh soprano
Final night concert at the Moulin Rouge.
Every customer is required to take out insurance for all international travel when taking a trip with Operatunity Ltd. We have our own travel insurance broker and we invite you to ring direct for your insurance requirements.
Phone Harriet on 09 3629038 Or email Harriet.firstname.lastname@example.org. You are of course welcome to make your own insurance arrangements for travel, just be sure that your insurance policy covers you extensively especially when travelling to certain countries such as USA with its high health costs.
Operatunity provides group senior travel and with this in mind we plan trips to suit our target market. But not every trip is created equal in terms of mobility. We want to give you the best possible experience but that will only be achieved if you are able to enjoy everything that our trips have to offer.
Most of our long haul trips require a better level of mobility. We will look after everyone as well as we possibly can, but we cannot look after one at the expense of the rest of the group. We also cannot have one person slowing the rest of group to the point where the group is not able to enjoy every experience we are able to provide.
With this in mind we have put a mobility clause into every trip. Under each explanation here I have popped a statement. Ask yourself if this is ‘you’, when booking on a trip.
None of the following mobility clauses preclude you from ordering a wheelchair at the airport if required.
1. GENTLE TOUR This tour will suit most people, even with a stick or a walker, but sorry not someone in a wheelchair. The activity level is gently paced, but you still need to be able to get on and off buses easily. There will be walking, but not a lot. “I love travelling, but at a gentle pace. I like to avoid stairs or too much activity, but I am able to get on and off buses easily.”
2. EASY TOUR This tour will suit people with a stick, but not a walker. You will be required to walk to get from place to place and stand in museums, but it is designed to be an easy tour with lots of times to rest, travel on a coach and walk easy leisurely distances. ”Walking is fine. I can get on and off a coach. I am happy to stand for an hour or two in museums and galleries and gently stroll through places of interest. I am happy to climb the odd set of stairs.”
3. MODERATE WALKING TOUR This tour requires a better level of fitness with no wheelchairs or walkers. Generally, there may be times when we can’t get the coach close. In some of our Pacific Island tours we will need you to transfer onto a tender and walk on soft sand. We also will have much longer flights and long walks through airports. “I like walking at a moderate pace. I love to keep my days full and experience everything the tour has to offer. Stairs, tender transfers and cobblestones don’t bother me.”
4. EXPLORING TOUR This is still a moderately paced tour, but you will be required to walk longer distances, walk on cobblestones and stand in museums. To really get the best out of this tour you need to be able to stand or walk for a couple of hours comfortably, be it at a leisurely pace. “I like to spend most of the day exploring. Whether walking historic neighbourhoods on cobblestones at a moderate pace or out and about on a coach, I want my days full. Stairs don’t bother me and I am keen to see and do as much as I can with the odd day off to recuperate.”