Project Mona Lisa®
The project was inspired by the Mona Lisa painting, a half-length portrait of a woman by Italian artist, Leonardo da Vinci, which has been acclaimed as “the best known” and by far the most valued painting in the world. The several attempts to vandalize this painting did not change its increasing value and is considered the most expensive painting in the world. Despite the vandalism and additional damage performed on the Mona Lisa, the painting still increases drastically in its value, which is synonymous to the message Project Mona Lisa conveys to women that we are all a masterpiece.
QueenLyfe Inc. and SSQ: Paris 2018
Theme: Reflect, Rejuvenate, Refine
Whether this is your first time to Paris or not, this all inclusive experience will be one of a kind.
*(Register before 12/1/2017 for a $300 discount)
Daily Breakfast and Dinner (unless otherwise noted)
Centrally Located Hotels
24-Hour Tour Manager
The Black Paris Tour
Paris Métro Carnet
Paris Tour with Guide
Visit with Local Students in Paris
French Crêpe Dinner
Eiffel Tower Top Floor
You will also have the opportunity to:
– Connect and build strategic relationships with other powerful women from various industries/backgrounds.
– Participate in a guided self-reflective, self-portrait painting session in PARIS
Mar 10, 2018 (Overnight Flight) Depart from the USA.
Mar 11, 2018 Paris: Immerse yourself in local culture by practicing your French with painters along Seine. Tour the Paris Métro Carnet, Sainte-Chapelle and Fragonard Museum.
Mar 12, 2018 Paris: Eiffel Tower, the magnificent Arc de Triomphe at the top of the Champs-Élysées, Napoleon’s final resting place at Les Invalides and the Gothic wonder of Notre Dame.
Mar 13, 2018 Paris: The Black Paris Tour, Eiffel Tower ending with a serene evening boat cruise on the Seine.
Mar 14, 2018 Paris: Community counts! We will visit local students at a Paris area school and engage in a creative expression exercise with the students.Then École de Boulangerie class for aspiring boulangers and pastry chefs. Under the direction of an instructor, you’ll learn to make a brioche and leave with a sample to enjoy. This evening is our “Project Mona Lisa” painting experience curated by international public artist,Reginald Adams.
Mar 15, 2018 Paris: Drive to and explore Chartres for a meditational Labyrinth walk, then a visit to the incomparable Louvre during the quieter, less-crowded evening hours. Tour the Lube, The Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory and the Venus de Milo as you wander through the galleries.
Mar 16, 2018 Depart for the USA.
Project Mona Lisa-Paris March 2018 Q&A
Q: Who is this trip for?
Women over the age of 21 of all backgrounds looking who desire to explore and indulge in international culture. Become a true global citizen. Whether you are the seasoned traveler or a newbie ready to get your passport, Project Mona Lisa is for you.
Q: What is the currency in France?
In France, the Euro symbolized by €, is used for all currency. The conversion rate of 1€ is $1.14. It is recommended that you covert your currency in the U.S. prior to departure. Most retailers accept major credit cards internationally. Check with your credit lender or banking institutes to verify any restrictions for use during your travels.
Q: Do I need to purchase a power adapter for Paris?
Yes, In France the power sockets are of type E. Most appliances have a voltage with a range between 100-240V. If your appliances exceed this amount you may need a voltage regulator. Please click on the link below for more information.
Q: How much money should I bring?
It depends on your budget and how much shopping you would like to do there. Most places also do accept credit cards.
Q: What meals are provided?
Breakfast and dinner is provided everyday and you will be responsible for lunch with the exception of one day on the trip.
Q: What will the weather be like?
During the month of March Paris will be transitioning into Spring with the temperature ranging from 40F – 75F, so be sure to bring a jacket to keep warm. There is also a chance of mild showers so please be sure to bring a raincoat and/or a small umbrella.
Q: What kind of clothes should I pack?
We will be outdoors and doing quite a bit of walking, so please wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
Q: Do I need to purchase a protection plan?
You are automatically enrolled into the basic protection plan, however if you would like to upgrade there are two option and you must enroll during your registration process. Details of the protection plans are provided during registration.
Q: What airline will we be traveling with?
Flight details will be implemented in early December 2017.
Q: How many people will I share a room with?
Rooms will be double occupancy however you do have the option to upgrade single occupancy upon registration.
Q: Do I need any vaccinations?
In general, no special health medication or immunizations are necessary for travel to France.
Q: Do I need a visa?
No, just a valid passport is needed.
Q: What is the time difference?
Paris is ahead of Houston by 7 hours. If it’s 12:22pm in Houston, it’s 7:22pm in Paris.
As material things can fade away, the intangible value of Project Mona Lisa-Paris will be a cultural experience that you will have for life!
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