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A new way to visit Normandy

EXPERIENCE FULL IMMERSION...

We are in June 1944,

Imagine that you are part of a unit of GI’s landing on Normandy.

Imagine yourself wearing the uniform of Paratroopers while driving in

convoy a Willys Jeep on Normandy pathways.

Imagine the French villages, le Bocage*, the roads and hedgerows, the

landing beaches, Utah and Omaha and more.

This is what we propose to experience a full IMMERSION with DDAY

MEMORY TOUR. We are passionate about History and the liberators who

came on June 6 th 1944 to fight for Freedom. We will show and share with

you Normandy as no one has ever done yet. We have the expertise, the

proficient guides, the best team based here in the USA and in Normandy

near St-Mere-Eglise, one of the first town liberated on June 6 th 1944. This

journey will transport you into the past to live a unique and incomparable

experience.

Airborne All the way...

Jean-Pierre PAVIOT

CEO, D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

Florida

“Le bocage” is a specific word used to describe the particular

landscape of Normandy.


TESTIMONIALS

I met Jean-Pierre several years ago, during a meeting at the Boca Raton

Airport in which I spoke on behalf of my fundation ‘Vets Helpings Heroes’.

After my speech, JP came up to me and said Thank you for what you have

done for gaining freedom for my country La France. Since that time we have

a very special friendship. I will always remember the very oustanding

programs he organized for me in Normandy in August 2014, 70 years after

when I was shotdown during a mission with my B-24 High Altitude Bomber

named “Passion Pit ”somewhere above the Caen area. This trip was for me

a time full of emotions and I will never forget the welcome given to me by

the French people during this tour. Today I’m very honored to be involved

in the program that JP has created to bring travelers guests with him to visit

our past.

Lt. USAF Irwin STOVROFF.

Honorary President D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

President of “Vets Helping Heroes” Boca Raton, Florida

Awarded French Legion of Honor

I had the pleasure to meet Jean-Pierre and all his lovely family on a trip

to Europe, he shares his passion for History. I know his commitment to

perpetuating the memory of the events of D-Day, in memory of those

who fought for freedom. This is so important today to remember the

sacrifices of those who gave their future to our present ...

Undoubtedly, this new way of traveling offered by D-DAY MEMORY

TOUR is unique and will give you thrills.

Major General Retired USAF. John Van Blois.

We can never thank Jean-Pierre enough for organizing our stay

in Normandy during our visit in France in August 2014. We

discovered this area with Jean-Pierre and his wife Marie who

lived in this area and opened our eyes to some many special

sites. Our Normandy trip was most unforgettable due to their

expertise and knowledge of the area.

Don Werner

Chairman of the board Vets Helping Heroes

Retired President, CEO and Chairman at Werner Co.


Normandy as you have never seen it

Omaha Beach photo during our tour, Exit Colleville


SUPREME HEADQUARTERS D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

ALLIES Expeditionary Force

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Dear History Passionate of D-DAY,

Let me introduce myself. My name is Jean-Pierre, call me JP. I grew up in France and spent my childhood in Normandy and

Brittany, I made my first steps on the Normandy’s Beaches Utah and Omaha, my brother Olivier was born at Saint Lo... Like

you I am passionate about History and particularly June 6, 1944 in Normandy.

I am pleased to introduce our outstanding program; this is an opportunity that will make you a historical witness to

History. Unique moments on the soil of Normandy allow you to better understand and interpret History.

Everything started few years ago, during a trip where D-Day began in Normandy. I met many veterans of June 6. This was the

first-time real heroes from the D-Day were in front of me. Their words were like a living History book.

Since I returned regularly to Normandy. In the Sainte-Mere-Eglise area, I met with reenactors. These are people that step

back into the time with uniforms and period clothes, drive restored old Willys Jeep, and other vintage vehicles return as

if the year was 1944 ... I had the strange sensation to step into the past. In the village of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont you can

see the Airborne units gather around the church in an encampment recreated with perfection.

It is as if the landing just happened. The villagers wearing for the occasion clothes fashionable to summer 1944, music

hums to the tune of ‘Glen Miller’ American band along with others. There is an impulse to participate.

And here I am a new owner of a Willys Jeep, and I assure you that driving this car on Normandy causeways along gives you

chills.

One day a C 47 DAKOTA flew over me, it circled and dropped Paratroopers that landed all around me. These guys wore

authentic WW2 uniforms and faces make up in black camouflage. I was convinced.

A year later I was a Jump school graduated. Soon I was in the C47. The excitement was at its height, the engine noise, the

smell of gasoline and oil, as well as vibration of the cabin and of course adrenaline shot launched us in the direction of

Sainte-Mere-Eglise.

The Jumpmaster sounds off the instructions

Get Ready, stand up, Hook up, Check Static Line, Check Equipment, Sound off for equipment check ... and everyone replies

“’OK’. Standing at the door ... the light turns red, then turns green; we are above the Drop Zone and this is the GO!

A count: 1 thousand, 2 thousand, 3 thousand, 4 thousand, and the violent impact and brutal opening of the parachute. Then

the song of silence and the buzz of the aircraft hums on its way. There is something magical at that exact moment.

The ground approaches quickly, 90 seconds of descent and PLF (Parachute Landing Fall) ... We are on the soil of Normandy; I

realize that I have an experience of another dimension that only few people have the chance to perform.

June 2, 2016:

My 70th jump and it is in a tree that finished my flight and then to the hospital I understand that I will not jump again

before long time. But morale is good and my passion even more strengthened.

I use this period of rehabilitation to build a new project to share my passion I create D-DAY Memory Tour. The concept is

simple. We take you back in time with my team. You will experience the history of D-Day in a different way, very personal,

as a witness of History. We want to be different, our expertise and knowledge allow us. We will share with you, times full

of emotion and truth. We believe that history can be experienced in immersion by being there. While we remember how many

young soldiers came fight so very far from home for FREEDOM. Guaranteed authentic adventure as no one has had before. Our

different composition should allow a choice suitable to your desire. We aim to please in fulfilling your wishes, but always

with the respect for the sanctuary of landscape and for the honor of those who were there this June 6, 1944.

Jean-Pierre PAVIOT

Founder, Owner


Jump on LA FIERE Normandy


Paratrooper NORMANDY tour

INTRODUCTION

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We are in June 1944,

You discover the mission that you will perform during your stay in

Normandy. Your area of operation will be from Sainte Mere Eglise

to Omaha Beach, following the same pathways that were crossed by

the “GI’s” on the D-Day and the week after.

Now it is your turn to feel the same emotions crossing the towns

of Carentan, Hiesville, Chef-du-Pont and other historical sites,

such as La Fiere”bridge spanning the river “Merderet”or Brecourt

Manor.

This trip is more than just a destination. With your Willys Jeep

you will return to the past where young allies have shed their

blood to defend Freedom.

We are proud to guide you through History, that began on June 6,

1944.

Airborne All the way...…


MISSSION MAP AND OBJECTIveS 7 days

Targets











Drop zone 82 ABN

Drop zone 101 ABN

La Fiere

Sainte Mere Eglise

Brecourt Manor

Sainte Marie du Mont

Utah Beach

La Barquette

Dead’s man corner

Carentan




La Pointe du Hoc

Omaha Beach

US Cemetery

Colleville

DATES Prices & ITINERARY

For pricing and dates, payment plan detail, terms and conditions

See our special page attached to the brochure.

Find detail of Itinerary into our special page road to Memory.


INTRODUCTION

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We are in 1944,

This mission includes an extended trip to Bastogne, after

having traveled on the roads of Normandy and lived thrills

in the Normand bocage, you are back in the civilian life ...

Continue your expedition visiting the Canadian and English

sectors, the port of Arromanches, GOLD, JUNO and SWORD

beaches. After visit to Caen Memorial , you will be driven

to the sites of the famous Battle of the Bulge. You will

see the hell experienced by men of Commander McAuliffe and

his famous reply "Nuts".

As an informed visitor with your experience in Normandy, you

will better understand what happened in that place.

This extended trip to Bastogne will

give you the desire to return with

us on another immersion trip

"the Battle of the Bulge"

that we will propose for 2018.

Airborne All the way…


MISSION MAP AND OBJECTIVES

11 days




















TARGETS

Drop zone 82 ABN

Drop zone 101 ABN

Battle bridge

de la Fière

Sainte Mere Eglise

Brecourt Manor ‘easy

company’

Sainte Marie du Mont

Utah Beach

La Barquette

Dead ’s man corner

Carentan

La Pointe du Hoc US

RANGERS

Omaha Beach

US Cemetery Colleville

Arromanches Mulberry B

Juno Beach Canadian

Assault

GOLD & SWORD Beaches

British

Caen Memorial

Bastogne Battle of the

Bulge

Luxembourg Cemetery

Patton Grave

DATES Prices & ITINERARY

For pricing and dates, payment plan detail, terms and conditions

See our special page attached to the brochure.

Find detail of Itinerary into our special page road to Memory.


ROAD TO THE MEMORY

NORMANDY

Introduction

With D-DAY MEMORY TOUR, you

will experience an unforgettable

adventure. Immersed in the heart of

Normandy, in the region of Sainte-

Mere-Eglise, you will travel back in

time during the liberation of Europe in

the summer of 1944. Equipped with

the same uniforms as the American

soldiers wore the day they landed on

the coast of France, you will re-live

their amazing journey using only the

supplies they were given. Your platoon

will travel by Jeep, the very same

Jeeps that were used during the war

and technical support will be present at

all times.

In addition, you will have the

assistance of a history expert to guide

you through the different villages and

museums. This unique experience

requires members to be both

physically and mentally prepared to

adapt to similar unpredictable

situations the soldiers encountered in

1944.

At certain times during this trip a full

immersion has been planned to help

the participants fully understand

history. Visits to exceptional museums

will also be part of this unique trek.

To assure a full immersion in this

extraordinary time, a guide or “Platoon

leader” will guide you and your group

to different places. At other times, you

will have to navigate by yourself using

the same materials and map of the

time.

From the time, you register to your

actual departure, you will receive

many pieces of information explaining

your mission. Just like the young

soldiers enlisted in this war, you will

experience their preparation as it was

your own piece of history.

This exclusive trip is not intended to be

a “war-game” or a game of paintball.

You will use the same roads and walk

the same grounds the soldiers walked

on in 1944 where courageous and

selfless men shed their blood and lost

their lives in the name of freedom. It is

with great respect that you will explore

each historic site and embrace history.

Now that you are ready to embark in

this inspirational journey, I invite you to

read the program that awaits you.

Immerse yourself in history… immerse

yourself in Normandy in the summer of

1944.


DAY ONE

D-Day minus 2 Sunday

Our meeting will take place at the CDG

AIRPORT in Paris, on Sunday at 11:00.

A shuttle will then pick you up and take you

to Normandy. The duration of this first relay

to the tip is about 3 hours.

02:00 pm

A stop is planned for lunch.

04:30 pm

Once at your ‘barrack’ you will receive your

equipment; the same equipment that the

GI’s received before D-Day. Your room will

then be assigned. For the remaining of the

afternoon you will be free to discover and

explore the local area.

06:00 pm

Meeting at the “briefing” room for

instructions on the invasion’s plan

OVERLORD.

07:00 pm

Dinner

Fire’s out at 22:00.

DAY TWO

D-Day minus 1 Monday

08 :00 am

Wake up and Breakfast

09 :00 am

Departure for material and jeep recovery

Assignment of Jeep and Dodge,

introduction to the coaching team

Drive school for the vehicles on road and off

road mode

11 :00 am

DAY BY DAY

ON NORMANDY

Our first mission jeep, we drive along the

small pathway, and will avoid as much as

possible the routes.

Using your compass and your map you will

drive by yourself in our convoy to reach the

first point of rendez-vous where we will

make a stop for a lunch around noon at

Sainte-Marie-du-Mont.

02 :00 pm

During the the afternoon, will drive in our

convoy to visit a part of the ATLANTIC

WALL and associated sites.

06:00 pm

We will come back to our HQ for a

debriefing of the day’s activities during the

dinner and will learn how to pack a

parachute.

Remember we are in June 1944

somewhere in Normandy…

10 :20 pm (D-1)

You will find yourself in the body of a

pathfinder of the 101st Airborne 506 PIR,

you will drive in two groups to DZ to install

the ‘eureka” system marker’. You will be

dropped in the dark, in a hostile

environment where could be hidden the

enemy. The greatest vigilance is required

during this operation. The mission

accomplished, we will regroup and

continue our progression as did the

pathfinders on the night of June 5 to 6 to a

strategic and historical target.

00 :30 am

The marker « EUREKA » are positioned,

our progress will take place in the area

where the Screaming Eagle made their

first contact with the enemy we will spend

the rest of the night in a place close from

here.

DAY THREE

D-Day Tuesday

08 :00 am

Wake up and breakfast

09 :00 am

Departure toward the Drop Zone area of

the 101 st Airborne 506 PIR. The Famous

‘Easy Company’ lead by the legendary

Dick Winter. In this area we will explore the

Manor of Brecourt and will learn about the

attack against the Germans Battery.

We will pass near the General Taylor HQ

and the location of the first allies military

field hospital in Normandy.

We will then depart for the landing beach

at Utah.

12 :00 am

Lunch at Utah beach Roosevelt restaurant.

01:30 pm

we will visit the museum and surrounding

area, and if possible take a ride on the

beach.

05:00 pm

Departure for Sainte-Mere-Eglise, the

82nd Airborne site.

06:00 pm

Arrive at accommodations for the night.

07:00 pm

Diner at the village ‘Chef du Pont’.

DAY FOUR

D-DAY +1 Wednesday

08:00 am

Wake up and Breakfast


09:00 am

We will visit the famous battle sites of

the 82 nd Airborne led by General Gavin.

You will relive the scenes were

featured in ‘the Longest day’.

Le port Filliolet le mur de la Liberté.

The Bridge of LA FIERE.

The Gavin position.

The HQ General FALLEY, and place

he was killed.

The “Verger de Times”.

12:00 am

We will make a stop for lunch in the village

of Sainte-Mere-Eglise.

01:30pm

We will take the opportunity to visit the

Airborne Museum and the church where

paratroopers landed on the rooftop early

on June 6th…You will have some time to

stroll through this city that was one of the

first town to be liberated on D-DAY.

04:00 pm

Ride to Ecausseville to discover the

hangar...

06:00 pm

Back to the HQ 82 nd for debreifing

19:30 pm

Dinner at Picauville

DAY FIVE

D-Day + 2 Thursday

08 :00 am

Wake up and Breakfast.

09:30 am

Departure to Carentan and Saint Come du

Mont. On our way we will cross the village

named Angoville au Plain, we will make a

stop at “la Barquette”, and we resume the

road toward Carentan.

12 :00 am

Arrive at Carentan for a typical 1944 lunch.

02 :00 pm

We plan the visit of the Museum « Dead’s

Man Corner » and the Dakota simulator, at

D-DAY EXPERIENCE.

03 :30 pm

Depart for Omaha Beach in our convoy.

We will drive on road to the sites of landing

of the Gi’s of the 1st Infantry Division (the

famous Big Red One) and the 29th Infantry

Division, (known as the Blue and Grey).

05 :00 pm

We will arrive at Grand Camp Maisy,

where we will have the opportunity to

discover one of the last seaworthy

“Higgin’s Boat” and enjoy a ride with his

owner.

07 :00 pm

Arrive at our accommodations for the night

and Dinner.

DAY SIX

D-Day + 3 Friday

07 :00 am

Wake up and Breakfast

08 :30 am

Depart for « La Pointe du HOC », and view

damage and the chaos caused by the

Navy and Air Force on the morning of June

6 th , we will see the cliffs that Army Rangers,

had to scale while under the fire from 200

Germans defending their position.

10 :30 am

Depart for Omaha Beach, where we will

take a ride on the shore. On the way, we

will pass the American Cemetery at

Colleville-sur-Mer. We will experience the

emotion of the burial place of the 9,387

soldiers.

02 :00 pm

On our return journey, we will visit the

“Overlord Museum”. Opened in 2013 it is

the most recent museum dedicated to the

D-Day. It displays many realistic dioramas.

03 :30 pm

It’s time to leave for « Sainte-Mere-

Eglise », we will make a stop to see the

“Maisy and Martiniere” German Batteries.

06 :00 pm

Arrive at destination, this will be our last

night. We will be back to our time with a

better understanding of the teamwork

bravery, and sacrifice experiences over 73

years ago. During dinner, there will be a

ceremony to honor those who took part in

the liberation of France.

DAY SEVEN

D-Day + 4 Saturday

This morning is free. Departure will be at

12:00 am. For those who don’t extend their

trip, a shuttle will pick you up to Paris CDG.

For those who continue their journey with

us, the shuttle will come to pick you up

early in the morning toward CAEN for a

continuation of the travel that will lead you

to Bastogne and the History of the “Battle

of the Bulge.


EXTENSION NORMANDY TO BASTOGNE

DAY SEVEN

Saturday

08:00 am

After breakfast our tour van will pick you

up to continue the trip through

Normandy. We will proceed to the area

occupied by the British troops during the

invasion; making a stop at Arromanches

and will learn about the intrepid invention

used to facilitate the creation of a port

where none existed.

After lunch, we will continue our way,

crossing Gold, Juno, and Sword Beach.

We will visit the famous Pegasus

Museum.

07:00pm

Dinner and we will stay at our Hotel at

Caen.

DAY EIGHT

Sunday

08:00 am

After a good night and breakfast, we will

take our morning to visit the famous

Memorial Museum.

12:00 am

After a lunch, we will take place in our

Van with our personal driver heading to

Bastogne. About 5 hours’ drive.

19:00 pm

We plane to arrive at destination around

the evening. We will take our rooms and

will enjoy the Dinner.

DAY NINE

Monday

08:00

We are in Belgium this Morning, and

ready to visit Bastogne and the historical

places around, part of the battle of the

bulge.

The Bastogne War Museum covers the

Second World War, from its origins up to

autumn 1944, and then focuses on the

Battle of the Bulge. Key events of the war

and the combatants' ordeal are

reproduced here with the aim of clarifying

the broad sweep of its history. The center

provides a very clear picture of how the

civilians lived during the occupation,

during the battle itself, and afterwards.

The many consequences of what was

probably one of the most serious battles

in world history are very clearly describe.

12:00

After lunch in Bastogne, we will visit “ le

Bois Jacques” where the American 101 st

Airborne held it during the winter season,

up a slight rise outside Foy. Stephen

Ambrose’s Band of Brothers describes

how Easy Company of the 2 nd Battalion

506 th pir led the assault to capture the

town in January 1945.

We will learn more about General Mc

Auliffe and the famous expression

“NUTS!!!”

19:00

Diner, we pass the night at our hotel near

Bastogne.

DAY TEN

Tuesday

This is our last day together, After the

Breakfast, head up to Luxembourg not so

far from Bastogne. We will arrive in this

place after 2 hours and visit one of the

famous US cemetery base in Europe. We

will see General Patton’s grave…

02:00 pm

We will leave Luxembourg after Lunch

and some visit of the Town and we will

lead toward Paris for our last Ride

together.

19:00

We expect to arrive in our Hotel near

CDG airport in the evening for your last

night before return to home.

DAY ELEVEN

Wednesday

After the last Breakfast together it will

time to go back home.


Back in time with D-DAY MEMORY TOUR


JEEP IN NORMANDY

Have the honor of driving a Jeep on Normandy’s trails, on the same place where

they evolved in June 1944 provides incomparable emotion and sensation. We become

actor browsing time in this open pit museum that represents the region of

Cotentin. The unmistakable sound of Go-devil, the smell of oil and gasoline come

to complete our sensations giving our journey an allure of authenticity.


OUR CONVOY


OUR HEADQUARTERS IN NORMANDY

Normandy is one of the region of France where the number of castles is

impressive, they are all as sumptuous as each other. Local architecture instantly

immerses you in the past, nothing has changed since June 6, 1944. Every place has

its history that the owners will be happy to tell you in welcoming you warmly.

Many of these historical residences were requisitioned during the Nazi

occupation, and the narratives of battles to drive out the enemy are unique

you'll be the only ones to know because unknown to the public.


US MILITARY CAMP NORMANDY

As part of your stay you will have the option on demand to live like as

soldiers in 1944. Our camp is exactly like that were used on the soil of

Normandy when advancing Allied troops. You will learn survival techniques and

will know the fresh and pleasant nights of Normandy. The mosquitoes are never

far away, remember the movie 'Band of Brothers'.


Jump in NORMANDY could be an option...

Even if this possibility is not included in our main tour, this is an option we could

manage. Because we have in our team, experts in organization of events and jumps from

Dakota C47. This top experience needs a lot of skills, and the paratrooper needs to

be graduated after jump school. We can organize your dream to be part of us to live

the most incredible experience about D-DAY reenactment.


EXTRAORDINARY MEETING WITH VETERANS

The unique adventure that you will live will offer you many surprises and

among them, the encounter with witnesses of the past. Veterans whether

military or civilian, it's always with the same emotion that you will share

their narratives stories that are part of their memory. It will be very rare

moments that you will keep in memory for long.


AMAZING PERIOD INTERIORS

Throughout our journey, we discover unusual places, reconstituted and preserved

to perfection by their owners. They will open their doors to share with you the

customs of the time. As soon as you cross the threshold you will be transported

away by the realism of the place. Once again, we are in 1944...


French gastronomy

Although our stay happens in immersion, we do not deprive a taste of the French

gastronomy, Normandy offers a French cooking one of the tastiest, the seafood is a

local specialty but many others we will salivate. We will also take the succulents

French wines and not forgetting the famous Calvados to taste ... of course with

moderation, the strict French laws being about it.


Details of services included

6(*) Nights in historical places, Castel, Manor, Farm

we can arrange a 1 night Bivouac on demand.

6 (*)typically and tasty breakfast.

6 (*)Lunch restaurant and picnic, without alcohol.

6 (*)Dinner with drink 2 glasses of wine/pers. included.

Ground transportation Jeep include, with gas

Truck mechanical assistance

Logistical support

Material for bivouacs and camp, first aid kit

Entries Museums

Guides platoon leader full time

Airport transfer Paris Normandy Paris, by Van

WIFI in room and out by mobile wifi hotspot

We speak English, French, German, Dutch

Uniforms for Screaming eagles, and RV with Destiny groups

(*)10 for those who select extension


TYPICAL PLACES OF NORMANDY

101st HQ This hotel-restaurant is located in the picturesque village

of Sainte-Marie-Du-Mont, only five minutes from Utah Beach, famous

and notorious for the D-Day landing in Normandy, near Sainte-Mère-

Eglise in La Manche. Each day a delicious ‘menu du marché’ is served,

or would you rather prefer fresh oysters from Utah Beach?

82 nd HQ, which was a 9th century Viking fortress, is now the stunning

place and its enchanting 17th century Manoir, located in the heart of

the Normand countryside, close to the famous Sainte-Mère-Eglise and

the D-Day beaches, an excellent base from which to explore the

historical sites of the region.

29th HQ is 16th century, it offers spacious, welcoming rooms where the

turret has been converted into a bedroom or a superb retro bathroom. A

stone's throw from the Pointe du Hoc, one of the D-Day landing sites,

the owners are always keen to talk about their region with their guests.

Big Red One HQ, it is one of the oldest farms in the region, the

property was built between the end of 16 th century and the beginning

of 17 th century. The building of the farm ended in the 18 th century.

You will have a pleasant and relaxing stay with the “jaccuzi” and

the garden or you will visit at 5mn Grandcamp-Maisy and its fishmarket,

Pointe du Hoc and D-Day Landing Beaches, Omaha and Utah. Very

close to famous historical site‘La Pointe du Hoc”, and on the way

to US Cemetery of Colleville.


TRADITION & HISTORY

The family owners were brothers in Arms with William the

Conqueror in the 11'th Century. The Chateau was already their

home. What was once a 9th century Viking fortress, is now a

stunning Château and its enchanting 17th century Manoir, located

in the heart of the Norman countryside, close to the famous Sainte

Mère-Eglise and the D-Day beaches, an excellent base from which to

explore the attractions of the region.

This Château is a French country-style place to get away from it all,

nestled in a hundred-acre park, that has everything guests could

wish for. Meadows and woodlands that invite promenades. Five

antiques-filled guest rooms with either four-poster or canopy beds

incorporating textiles rich in colour and design, folded into a Neo-

Gothic castle. Three apartments in a 17th-century manor house

include an Italianate chapel designed by Mansart, the architect of

Versailles.

Guests may enjoy morning coffee, afternoon tea, pre-dinner

cocktails or after-dinner drinks or simply fall asleep in the

armchairs. In warm weather, the terrace is a fine spot to relax,

overlooking the gardens and the marais or simply the Norman

sunsets that can be spectacular. In winter the fields around the

castle flood, creating the illusion of a lake, a magical landscape of

sky and water.

With an atmosphere that is intimate: refined but relaxed, guests at

the Chateau are regarded as friends rather than mere residents, and

will be happy to spend some days of leisure in an artistic and

historical setting or maybe find romance rekindled in an

atmosphere of blissful peace and tranquility.


This completely restored farmhouse was converted into a charming hotel with 11

double rooms, including one room fully equipped for disabled, and 5 duplex

accommodation for 4 people. All rooms are very cozy and tasteful.

In the lounge you can relax by the fireside, with or without a drink or a game of

snooker. The library invites you to quietly read a book.

The restaurant introduces you to the creativity of the chefs: every day a delicious

menu du chef '. Whether you prefer the fresh oysters from Utah Beach?

You will stay in an environment typical of the Cotentin country.

This Place plunges you literally into the Airborne Parachuting Zones of the 101st Airborne.

Just behind the beaches of Utah Beach, the Grand Hard is surrounded by meadows where prancing horses. It is an

old stud and its fair stones have much nobility and soul. Its beautiful furniture and objects bought in flea markets,

this is a very convivial and very natural place, with all conveniences. Every morning you will be served a continental

breakfast and in the evening you will enjoy the local cuisine served in the restaurant.


Welcome to the Château! The owners of this

beautiful building dating from the sixteenth

century open its doors with pleasure and

invite you to relax in peace.

At your arrival, the vast wooded park that

surrounds the castle invites you to laze in

peace. Every evening you will find the

comfort of the castle's guest rooms. These

havens of peace have the ultimate in

modern comfort. They are distinguished by

the originality and elegance of their decor.

When you wake up, you will enjoy a tasty

breakfast prepared with love by your hosts.

The Château is a few minutes away from

Pointe du Hoc, the Longues-sur-Mer battery

and the Arromanches Landing Museum.

It is one of the oldest farms in the region, the property was

built between the end of 16th century and the beginning of

17 th century. The building of the farm ended in the 18 th

century. You will have a pleasant and relaxing stay with the

“jaccuzi” and the garden or you will visit at 5mn Grandcamp-

Maisy and its fish-market, Pointe du Hoc and D-Day Landing

Beaches, Omaha and Utah, Bayeux at 20mn, Deauville, the

Mont Saint Michel at 1h30. You will observe faun and flora of

Cotentin and Bessin marshes along walking trails.


WHAT DOES IMMERSION, MEAN?

USING ORIGINAL PATHWAYS

WEARING REPLICA OF PARATROOPER UNIFORM

SPENT NIGHT ON SAME PLACE LIKE IN JUNE 1944

FEELING THE SENSATION AND EMOTION





LIVING IN A FRENCH LANDSCAPE

SMALL GROUP 8 PERS

USING JEEP AND PERIODS VEHICULES

MEETING WITH FRENCH PEOPLE


MUSEUMS WE WILL VISIT

PARATROOPER NORMANDY TOUR

UTAH MUSEUM

AZEVILLE GERMAN BATTERY

AIRBORNE MUSEUM, ST MERE EGLISE

DEAD ‘S MAN CORNER MUSEUM, D-DAY EXPERIENCE

LA POINTE DU HOC

OVERLORD MUSEUM

EXTENSION

PARATROOPER NORMANDY TO BASTOGNE TOUR

ARROMANCHES MUSEUM

PEGASUS BRIDGE MUSEUM

MEMORIAL MUSEUM, CAEN

BASTOGNE MUSEUM, BELGIUM

HAMM US CEMETERY, LUXEMBOURG


COLLEVILLE US CIMETERY


UTAH BEACH

MUSEUM

Built on the very beach where the first

American troops landed on June 6, 1944, the

Utah Beach Museum recounts the story of D-

Day in 10 sequences, from the preparation of

the landing, to the final outcome and success.

This comprehensive chronological journey

immerses visitors in the history of the landing

through a rich collection of objects, vehicles,

materials, and oral histories. By the end of

your visit, you will understand the strategic

choices for the Allied invasion of Normandy

and the reasons for the success at Utah

Beach.

The first area of the Museum is

devoted to Gliders and their use

during the Invasion in Normandy.

The Airborne Museum presents the

unique sample in France of a Waco

glider. You will join a dozen soldiers

in the glider few moments before the

take off.

Live the history of the Normandy invasion at the Airborne Museum!

At the heart of Sainte-Mère-Eglise, facing the church where John Steele famously was caught, hanging from the

bell tower by his parachute. The Airborne Museum makes you live and understand the D-Day from the invasion

preparations in England, through to the battles for liberation.

Few miles from Normandy landing beaches, the Airborne Museum has become the largest museum in Europe

dedicated to the American paratroopers of the 82nd and 101st Airborne engaged in the context of the Normandy

invasion in 1944, during the Second World Word.


AIRBORNE

MUSEUM

The Airborne Museum, situated in the square of

Sainte-Mère-Eglise, a few miles from D-Day

landing beaches, facing the church where John

Steele famously was caught, relates the heroic

adventure of paratroopers of the 82nd and

101st Airborne Division.

Through a spectacular museography, the

Airborne Museum takes you through the D-Day

alongside American paratroopers of the 82nd

and 101st Airborne Division. From the invasion

preparations in England through the battles for

liberation, meet the Airborne troops and

accompany them on their journey to Victory.

The first area of the Museum is devoted to

Gliders and their use during the Invasion in

Normandy. The Airborne Museum presents

the unique sample in France of a Waco

glider. You will join a dozen soldiers in the

glider few moments before the take off.

Live the history of the Normandy invasion at the Airborne Museum !

At the heart of Sainte-Mère-Eglise, facing the church where John Steele famously was caught, hanging from the

bell tower by his parachute. The Airborne Museum makes you live and understand the D-Day from the invasion

preparations in England, through to the battles for liberation.

Few miles from Normandy landing beaches, the Airborne Museum has become the largest museum in Europe

dedicated to the american paratroopers of the 82nd and 101st Airborne engaged in the context of the Normandy

invasion in 1944, during the Second World Word.


AZEVILLE batterie

The Atlantic wall

The German battery of Azeville was built

from 1941. Its implantation marked the

beginning of the presence of the Germans on

the coast of Manche. It was built very close

to the village of Azeville and will use a

camouflage of painted stone to be confronted

with houses of the village

More than 300 meters of gallery

of which half underground

connected the casemates to

different shelters, bunkers,

station of defense of the battery

and block of electrical

production. Located quite inland

and not having a direct view of

the sea, the firing direction

bunker was in Crisbecq.

From the night of June 5 to 6, 1944, Azeville's battery was taken after combat by a group of paratroopers of

the allied troops who had fallen by mistake. Then very early in the morning, she took action against the

American landing of Utah Beach. It then considerably delayed the allied forces which ended up bypassing it.

Finally, the position fell on June 9, 1944 after intense fighting and many twists and turns: shots on the battery

near Crisbecq to free the American soldiers ready to take control, three assaults and numerous skirmishes,

bombardment by The battleship USS Nevada of which one of the 356 mm shells passes through a casemate

from one end to the other without exploding and leaving forever the imprints of its trajectory.


La Pointe Du HOC

MUSEUM

At Pointe du Hoc, rockets and bombs turned

the plateau into a moonlike landscape. This

site is a testimony to the terrible battle that

took place there between June 6th and June

8th.

On June 6th 1944 at 7:11 am, the 225 men of

Lieutenant colonel James Rudder's 2nd

Rangers batallion landed on the shingle shore

at the bottom of the cliff. . Their mission was

to climb up the cliff and to destroy the six

155mm guns.

The site had been bombed

several times but the SHAEF

(Supreme Headquarters Allied

Expeditionary Force) was afraid

of the possibility that it could still

be operational.

The Rangers climbed up the cliff under heavy fire and loads of grenades. Supported by the destroyers, they

succeeded in reaching the top and first discovered empty gun emplacements. Later, a patrol discovered more

guns hidden in an orchard 800 meters further inland and destroyed them. Rudder's men, who had been left on

their own, repelled many attacks for two days. When the troops coming from Omaha finally met them, only 90 of

them could still fight.


US CEMETERY

COLLEVILLE-SUR-MER

The Normandy American Cemetery and

Memorial in France is located in Colleville-sur-

Mer, on the site of the temporary American St.

Laurent Cemetery, established by the U.S. First

Army on June 8, 1944 as the first American

cemetery on European soil in World War II. The

cemetery site, at the north end of its half mile

access road, covers 172.5 acres and contains

the graves of 9,387 of our military dead, most of

whom lost their lives in the D-Day landings and

ensuing operations.

On the Walls of the

Missing, in a semicircular

garden on the east side

of the memorial, are

inscribed 1,557 names.

Rosettes mark the

names of those since

recovered and identified.

The memorial consists of a semicircular colonnade with a loggia at each end containing large maps and

narratives of the military operations; at the center is the bronze statue, “Spirit of American Youth Rising from the

Waves.” An orientation table overlooking the beach depicts the landings in Normandy. Facing west at the

memorial, one sees in the foreground the reflecting pool; beyond is the burial area with a circular chapel and, at

the far end, granite statues representing the United States and France.


OVERLORD

MUSEUM

A museum like no other on the coast!

Surrounded by key memorials dedicated to

the landings of 6th June 1944 and the Battle

of Normandy, this museum is very

educational. Created by Nicolas Leloup in

honour of the men and women of the time

and in memory of his father Michel, the

museum is a showcase for a collection that

was carefully constituted over almost half a

century. Displayed at first in Falaise, this

"treasure of war" finally found a home

opposite the vast American cemetery at

Omaha Beach (which you can visit when you

leave the museum).

One feels very small in the

middle of this space, facing the

seemingly disproportionate yet

real size (scale 1:1) vehicles

which include tanks and artillery

guns ...

Presented in chronological order,

civilian and military scenes have

been reconstructed with stunning

realism, displaying models and

objects of everyday life.

The immersion is complete thanks to archive recordings which take visitors back to the painful period of war. The

museum collection is very impressive (10 000 pieces and objects as well as 35 German and Allied vehicles); the

set-ups give much to think about, especially in these troubled times. The fruit of man's intelligence, know-how

and technology is overwhelming. Yet a sentence resounds as we depart: why is intelligence so often used for

the service of war?


ARROMANCHES

MUSEUM

« On the initiative of Raymond TRIBOULET, France's first

sub-prefect after the Liberation » the permanent exhibition

on the Normandy Landings was officially opened on June

5th 1954 in Arromanches by Monsieur René COTY, the

then President of the French Republic.

It was the first museum to be built in commemoration of

June 6th 1944 and the Normandy Campaign.

The D-day Museum overlooks the very spot where one of

the Mulberry Harbours was constructed and where its

remains can still be seen today, just a few hundred metres

from the shore.

Although the Allies did not have a single

port in Normandy on the evening of June

6th, they had had the ingenious idea of

building two harbours completely from

scratch, using components manufactured in

England, towed across the Channel and

assembled off the coast. This was

Operation Mulberry. No fewer than 40,000

people had worked on these different

components in the run-up to D-Day.

Arromanches was liberated in the

evening of June 6th and the very next day

the first ships were scuttled.

June 8th saw the submersion of the first Phoenix caissons and June 14th the unloading of the first cargoes.

Totally operational by the beginning of July, the Mulberry Harbour in Arromanches was to prove its worth during

Montgomery's large-scale offensive against Caen later that month. During its busiest week, more than 18,000

tonnes of goods were unloaded each day. The remains of the artificial port can still be seen off Arromanches and

several dozen PHOENIX caissons continue to provide a calm and sheltered stretch of water. A true feat of

engineering, the port at Arromanches provided the key to victory in Europe.


PEGASUS BRIDGE

MUSEUM

The Memorial Pegasus is dedicated to the men

of 6th Airborne Division and their role during

the Battle of Normandy from June to

September 1944.

Guided visits, within a thematically laid out

exhibition hall, enable the visitors to discover

the missions of the division. Missions carried

out before the seaborne landings on the

beaches in June 1944, The Longest Day.

The original Bénouville Bridge, renamed

Pegasus Bridge after the liberation, is on

display in the park of the museum along with a

Bailey bridge and a full size copy of a wartime

Horsa glider.

6th Airborne Division

The Memorial Pegasus is dedicated to the men of

6th British Airborne Division, “the Red Berets”. The

missions for the division on June 6th 1944 are

presented in the museum.

The division, commanded by Major General

Richard Gale, was composed of parachutists and

glider borne troops these men being transported in

Horsa or Hamilcar gliders.

The division had to hold the eastern flank of the invasion forces and to stop German counter attacks coming from the

east.

This mission was carried out in three ways:

The bridges across the River Orne and the Caen canal had to be captured and held intact to enable the seaborne

reinforcements to cross.

The Merville gun battery had to be put out of action. The 100mm calibre guns could fire down on to Sword Beach and

the Allied fleet off the coast.

The bridges across the River Dives had to be destroyed to prevent German reinforcements, arriving from the east, from

crossing. The high ground had to be taken and held by the division.

These missions were accomplished with great success before dawn on D-Day but with heavy losses. More than 2000

soldiers lie in peace at the Commonwealth War Graves cemetery at Ranville several kilometres from the museum.


THE MUSEUM

The extraordinary success of the

Memorial de Caen museum lies in

the initial resolve of its founder, Mr

Jean-Marie Girault. With destruction

wreaked across almost three

quarters of this martyr city of the

Liberation in the summer of 1944,

Caen deserved a fitting tribute for the

damage it suffered. And such a

tribute was paid, but with the focus on

what continues to be the Memorial’s

running theme: reconciliation. This

vocation, unique to the Memorial de

Caen museum, will guide you

through the museum’s different

stages, taking you back over the 20th

century.

This chapter in global history

opened in Sarajevo on 28 June

1914 with the assassination of

Archduke Franz Ferdinand and

partly ended on 9 November

1989 in Berlin with the “Fall of

the Wall”.

Between these two dates and between these two World Wars, some 60 million people would lose their

lives and the most hostile of political systems to the key principles of respecting life would plunge the

world into the chaos and brutality that characterized the last century.

We are all heirs to this century whose memory we must keep alive at all costs. The memory of the people

who suffered, the memory of ideas and the memory of sacrifices to save us from “man’s inhumanity to

man”.

We are delighted to welcome all our visitor friends, whoever you may be and wherever you’re from, in the

hope that the time you spend at the Mémorial de Caen museum proves fulfilling and worthwhile.


BASTOGNE

MUSEUM

Located just a stone's throw from the famous

Mardasson Memorial, the Bastogne War

Museum represents a new way to remember the past,

specifically devoted to the Second World War in

Belgium. We are offered a fresh perception in a

modern and interactive framework of the causes,

events and consequences of World War II through the

lens of the Ardennes Counteroffensive – the “Battle of

the Bulge”. The Bastogne War Museum covers the

Second World War, from its origins up to autumn 1944,

and then focuses on the Battle of the Bulge.

Key events of the war

and the combatants'

ordeal are reproduced

here with the aim of

clarifying the broad

sweep of its history. The

centre provides a very

clear picture of how the

civilians lived during the

occupation, during the

battle itself, and

afterwards.

The many consequences of what was probably one of the most serious battles in world history are very clearly

described.Housed in a brand-new building displaying an adventurous architectural concept, the Bastogne War

Museum is located on the former Bastogne Historical Centre site. The original set design of this commemorative

centre is the latest in modernity. The new journey through the museum is dotted with flashbacks, genuine multisensory,

three-dimensional scenes in a completely new format.


SCREAMING EAGLES TOUR

ALL THE WAY TOUR

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

$5,450.00

$5,460.00

• Wear the uniform of the airborne replica M42, worn by

soldiers in June of 1944

• Use an authentic WWII jeep

• Use paths unknown to the public

• Meet with inhabitants that experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors, etc...

totaling 6 nights

• Authentic French food and wine

• Over 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private guide group leader

• Small friendly group of WWII enthusiasts

• 100% technical assistance

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

$3,950.00

• To ride in a luxury, tour van.

• Use pathways unknown to the public

• Meet with inhabitants that personally experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors, etc...

totaling 6 nights

• Authentic French food and wine

• More than 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private guide group leader

• Small friendly group of WWII enthusiasts

• 100% technical assistance

RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY TOUR

PARATROOPER TOUR

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

$3,850.00

$5,460.00

• Wear the uniform of the airborne replica M42, worn by

soldiers in June of 1944

• Use an authentic WWII jeep

• Use paths unknown to the public

• To meet with inhabitants that experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors etc...

totaling 2 nights

• Establish your own camp for 4 nights

• French typical food and wine and K ration…

• More than 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private guide group leader

• Small friendly group of WWII enthusiasts

• 100% technical assistance

Tel: 1-561-409-4036 -- toll-free: 844-276-1611 – Fax: 844-549-1643

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This trip gives you the opportunity to:

$2,250.00

.00

• To ride in a luxury, tour van.

• Use pathways unknown to the public

• Meet with inhabitants that personally experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors, etc...

totaling 6 nights

• Authentic French food

• Over 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private Group leader

• Small friendly group of passionate WWII enthusiast

• 100 % Technical assistance

JPP HOLDINGS, LLC

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

800 Jeffery street, suite 211

Boca Raton - FLORIDA 33487 -


PRICES 2017

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

.

SCREAMING EAGLES TOUR

SCREAMING EAGLE TOUR 7 days

$5,450.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $750

small group 8 pers.

EXTENSIONS

PRE-TOUR OVERLORD 4 days

$2,450.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $500

POST-TOUR NEPTUNE 2 days

$990.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $250

POST-TOUR BASTOGNE 4 days

$2,950.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $500

Payments

• A deposit of 20% per person is due to complete your

registration and reserve your seat on the tour.

• At least 50% of the balance is due 90 days before the

tour; the remaining balance is due 60 days before

departure.

• The customer will call in with their credit card info. By

doing this you understand that there is a 3% service

charge per credit card transaction, making a $600

deposit a $618 charge.

• Prices based on double occupancy. If traveling solo, a

single supplement charge will apply

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

• Wear the uniform of the airborne replica M42, worn by

soldiers in June of 1944

• Use an authentic WWII jeep

• Use paths unknown to the public

• Meet with inhabitants that experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors, etc...

totaling 6 nights

• Authentic French food and wine

• Over 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private guide group leader

• Small friendly group of WWII enthusiasts

• 100% technical assistance

JPP HOLDINGS, LLC

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

800 Jeffery street, suite 211

Boca Raton - FLORIDA 33487 -

Tel: 1-561-409-4036 -- toll-free: 1-844-276-1611 – Fax: 844-549-1643

info@ddmtusa.com - All Right Reserved -


PRICES 2017

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY

TOUR

SCREAMING EAGLE TOUR 7 days

$3,950.00

Based on double occupancy, solo + $150

small group 8 pers.

EXTENSIONS

PRE-TOUR OVERLORD 4 days

$2,450.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $500

POST-TOUR NEPTUNE 2 days

$990.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $250

POST-TOUR BASTOGNE 4 days

$2,950.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $500

Payments

• A deposit of 20% per person is due to complete your

registration and reserve your seat on the tour.

• At least 50% of your balance is due 90 days before the

tour; the remaining balance is due 60 days before

departure.

• The customer will call in with their credit card info. By

doing this you understand that there is a 3% service

charge per credit card transaction, making a $600

deposit a $618 charge.

• Prices based on double occupancy. If traveling solo, a

single supplement charge will apply

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

• Wear the uniform of the airborne replica M42, worn by

soldiers in June of 1944

• Use an authentic WWII jeep

• Use paths unknown to the public

• To meet with inhabitants that experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors etc...

totaling 2 nights

• Establish your own camp for 4 nights

• French typical food and wine and K ration…

• More than 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private guide group leader

• Small friendly group of WWII enthusiasts

• 100% technical assistance

JPP HOLDINGS, LLC

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

800 Jeffery street, suite 211

Boca Raton - FLORIDA 33487 -

Tel: 1-561-409-4036 -- toll-free: 1-844-276-1611 – Fax: 844-549-1643

info@ddmtusa.com - All Right Reserved -


PRICES 2017

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

ALL THE WAY TOUR

ALL THE WAY TOUR 7 days

$3,850.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $750

small group 16 pers.

EXTENSIONS

PRE-TOUR OVERLORD 4 days

$2,450.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $500

Payments

POST-TOUR NEPTUNE 2 days

$990.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $250

POST-TOUR BASTOGNE 4 days

$2,950.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $500

• A deposit of 20% per person is due to complete your

registration and reserve your seat on the tour.

• At least 50% of your balance is due 90 days before the

tour; the remaining balance is due 60 days before

departure.

• The customer will call in with their credit card info. By

doing this you understand that there is a 3% service

charge per credit card transaction, making a $600

deposit a $618 charge.

• Prices based on double occupancy. If traveling solo, a

single supplement charge will apply

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

• To ride in a luxury, tour van.

• Use pathways unknown to the public

• Meet with inhabitants that personally experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors, etc...

totaling 6 nights

• Authentic French food and wine

• More than 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private guide group leader

• Small friendly group of WWII enthusiasts

• 100% technical assistance

JPP HOLDINGS, LLC

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

800 Jeffery street, suite 211

Boca Raton - FLORIDA 33487 -

Tel: 1-561-409-4036 -- toll-free: 1-844-276-1611 – Fax: 844-549-1643

info@ddmtusa.com - All Right Reserved -


PRICES 2017

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

PARATROOPER TOUR

PARATROOPER TOUR 7 days

$2,250.00

based on double occupancy, solo + $550

small group 16 pers.

Only for students and teachers

EXTENSIONS

POST -TOUR NEPTUNE 2 Days

$600.00

based on double occupancy, solo +$200

POST-TOUR BASTOGNE 4 Days

$1,450.00

based on double occupancy, solo+$250

Payments

• A deposit of 20% per person is due to complete your

registration and reserve your seat on the tour.

• At least 50% of your balance is due 90 days before the

tour; the remaining balance is due 60 days before

departure.

• The customer will call in with their credit card info. By

doing this you understand that there is a 3% service

charge per credit card transaction, making a $600

deposit a $618 charge.

• Prices based on double occupancy. If traveling solo, a

single supplement charge will apply

This trip gives you the opportunity to:

• To ride in a luxury, tour van.

• Use pathways unknown to the public

• Meet with inhabitants that personally experienced D-day

• Lodging in historic places, castle farms, manors, etc...

totaling 6 nights

• Authentic French food

• Over 200km kilometers of historic roads in Normandy

• Private Group leader

• Small friendly group of passionate WWII enthusiasts

• Technical assistance

JPP HOLDINGS, LLC

D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

800 Jeffery street, suite 211

Boca Raton - FLORIDA 33487 -

Tel: 1-561-409-4036 -- toll-free: 1-844-276-1611 – Fax: 844-549-1643

info@ddmtusa.com - All Right Reserved -


Terms and Conditions

Contract Fla.Seller of travel ref No.ST40723

All our tours are offered all-inclusive price subject to these Terms and Conditions.

All prices are in US dollars per person.

Single or triple occupancy are available on request, as described in the section of

rooms in these Terms and Conditions.

Prices include: accommodation in hotels, and B&B plus special accommodation as

tent. three meals a day (starting with dinner on the first day of the visit and ending

with breakfast on the last day), airport transfers on arrival and departure, museum

tickets and tour guide.

Our all-inclusive structure allows us to fill the days with more activities, especially

given the lack of dining options in many places. For these reasons, the prices that

exclude food or other services included are not available.

Prices do not include: sale tax, airfare, travel insurance, the cost of excess

baggage, additional drinks for lunch and dinner, extra hotel expenses (eg,

consumption of minibar, Pay TV channels, laundry services, etc.), or costs resulting

from participating in the tour not reach the point of pick-up on time.

Rooms

Double occupancy

Our tour prices are based on two people sharing a room (double occupancy).

People who share a double room have the opportunity to choose between having

a double bed or twin beds if available.

Simple room

Participants traveling alone may either pay extra for a single room (as shown in

"fee for single room supplement" below, so they have a bedroom alone throughout

the stay) or they may indicate that they would be willing to share a room with

another participant of the same sex. We will try as far as possible to provide pairs

to those who wish to reduce accommodation costs but we can not guarantee that.

However, an individual participant who doesn’t match another individual participant

may be subject to charges for single occupancy supplement. Although we will

endeavor to give each of these individual participants all contact information before

the trip and we are not liable for any personality conflicts between individual

participants who share a room.

Triple or four occupancy

Special room is available for triple or four occupancy. The other beds could be extra

bed or a folding sofa bed.

Single room supplement

Participants traveling alone and do not wish to share a room must pay a single

supplement

flight tickets and itineraries

There are requirements arrival and departure on all our tours. Your travel

consultant will inform you about specific airports and pick-up and drop-off times

associated with your chosen circuit. Be sure to consult us before making your final

booking. We are not responsible for costs incurred for changing flight reservations

unless the tickets were booked on the advice of our travel consultants. Participants

can secure their own tickets but may also contact our travel consultant for

assistance.

Travel Insurance

The Client MUST take out suitable travel insurance in order to take part in a tour

organized by the Company. Clients are wholly responsible for arranging their own

insurance. A suitable insurance policy should provide adequate cover for medical

expenses arising through illness or accident prior to or during the holiday and loss

of holiday monies through cancellation and curtailment of the holiday for insurable

reasons. Clients making their own arrangements should ensure that there are no

exclusion clauses limiting protection for the type of activities in their tour. Clients

should satisfy themselves that any travel insurance arranged through the Company

is what they require and should arrange supplementary insurance if need be.

Passport and visa

A valid passport is required for all travelers attending our tours. A driving license or

ID card cannot be used for travel abroad. According to regulations on international

travel, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your return from

Europe. If your passport expires within six months, it must be renewed before

starting your trip.

For information about U.S. passports and visas got to: http://travel.state.gov/

For US citizens, visas are not required. Visas may be required for non-US citizens.

If visas are required, it is the responsibility of the participant to ensure that all visa

applications we met are provided in a timely manner.

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Reservations

Reservations can be made by completing the "Ready to book" on our website or

by sending an email to info@ddmtusa.com. A registration form must be completed

and returned. A confirmation number will be issued and written confirmation of the

booking will be sent by our consultants at the time of payment of the amount

required at reservation according to the terms of payment section below.

Payment Terms

A place on the circuit is reserved at the reception of the registration form

accompanied by 20% deposit at time of booking. The payment of the trip is due as

follows:

• 50% 90 days before departure (include deposit)

• 50% 60 days before departure

Payment options

Payments can be made by check or credit card. Checks (personal, cashiers or

issued by a bank) should be made payable to JPP Holdings LLC and sent to our

office address: 800 Jeffery Street, Unit 211 Boca Raton FL 33487. Returned checks

will be subject to check return fee of $ 50. We accept all major credit cards: Visa,

Master Card, American Express and Discover. Payments can be made by phone

or online with a custom transaction code for every transaction by our travel

consultants. Payments made by credit card are deposited in an escrow account to

our US bank. 3 % Processing fees will be add for using a credit card. Payments by

credit card are made directly to our bank through a secure server, after which we

receive a notice of successful payment. Please be aware of the credit card

companies will often report a bigger credit card charges and request a confirmation

of the credit card holder. Failure to confirm your reservation fee will delay your

booking and may require a postponement of travel. The customer's personal data

are required only to secure the booking of the trip. These data are held on a secure

server for 30 days after the end of the trip, after which the data is deleted.

Cancellation by the Company

The Company reserves the right to cancel a tour in any circumstances but will not

cancel a tour less than 30 days before departure, except for Force Majeure, Low

Bookings or the Client’s failure to pay the final balance. Unless the Client fails to

pay the final balance, the Company will, upon cancellation, return all monies paid

excluding payment for travel insurance if there is or offer an alternative tour of

comparable standard. No compensation will be paid to the Client if cancellation is

because of Force Majeure or Low Bookings.

Cancellation and refunds

The cancellation of a trip by a participant after registration will be subject to a

cancellation fee of $ 550 per person. The cancellation notice must be received in

writing by our more than 90 days before departure services for a full refund (less

the cancellation fee).

If cancellation is received by us between 60 days and 89 days from the departure

date, the participant of the tour will lose 30% of the cost of the visit. If cancellation

is received by us between 30 and 59 days of departure of the tour, participants of

the visit will be responsible for fifty percent (50%) of the cost of the visit. If

cancellation is received by us within 30 days before the departure date, the

participant of the visit will be responsible for the total cost of the tour and will not

receive a refund. A trip postponed by the customer should be treated as a

cancellation. Some promotions and special offers are not refundable, and will be

clearly marked as such. All cancellations, changes and provisions must be made

in writing. We are not obliged to act on the information given by telephone as that

written notice has not been received. A letter may be given by mail to JPP

HOLDINGS 800 Jeffery Street Unit 211 Boca Raton FL 33487; or by email to

info@ddmtusa.com.

Complaints and compensation terms

Participants can submit complaints in writing by e-mail or mail within thirty days

following the end of the stay. We consider and analyze complaints and do our best

to give customer satisfaction.

Participant behavior

In order to the smooth operation of ours tours, we reserve the right to accept or

reject any person as a tour participant or to expel from the tour any person for any

reason who in our opinion is not compatible with the interest of the group. Expenses

incurred by the expelled participant shall be borne and no refund will be given.

Please note that all of our tour transportation are non-smoking.

Children and minors

Due to the purpose and the nature of the places we visit, the participant should be

at least 16 years old to participate. Minors must be accompanied by an adult parent

or legal guardian.

Physicality

Participants are solely responsible for being in sufficiently good health to undertake

any tour and for taking all appropriate medical precautions. We cannot provide

medical advice including advice on inoculations or health requirements of

countries. Participants are strongly encouraged to contact their family physician for

travel health questions. For travel abroad, you can visit the web site of the Center

for Disease Control at http://www. cdc.gov/travel. All of our trips require walking

and getting on and off the vehicles. Some trips require more strenuous activities.

The tour vehicles are not equipped with lifts for wheelchairs or ramps. We are not

able to accommodate wheelchairs on visits due to the limited availability of a

number of sites visited. We cannot provide individual assistance to participants for

walking or other physical needs.

Our tour can include sleeping in a tent and outdoor eating and toilet facilities.

Weather conditions may be very hot and humid, cold and/or wet. Please be sure

that you are in good physical condition to be able to enjoy and fully participate in

the activities of this trip. Some part of the show could be hardly noisy, ears

protection is mandatory.

You are responsible for judging your own capacity to be able to do tour activities

without delaying the progress of the trip or the other travelers. If you travel with us,

we must know at the time of your registration of any disability, handicap, health or

dietary restriction or any condition that may interfere with your tour participation.

Arrival

Participants should arrive at noon local time designated airport (11 am) on the first

day of the given visit. If an incoming flight is delayed, we will wait until 13 hours

(1pm) participants concerned. After 2PM participants will take steps to organize

their own journey to the designated hotel. We will do everything possible to help

these arrangements, but we cannot take responsibility for any additional costs.

Departure

The last day of the tour, we organize transfer to the hotel - and only - to the main

international airport for scheduled flights returning participants. The last transfer to

the airport will leave the hotel before check-out this hotel.

Meals

We offer a variety of healthy and tasty meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We

make every effort to suit those with health restrictions such as diabetes, lactose

intolerance or gluten, or food allergies and preferences such as vegetarianism and

religious observances. Thank you to note that the specific requests for food have

to be addressed to us at the time of booking.

Tip Tips for our staff on board (guide platoon leader, support) are not included

in the tour price, but are a good way to get good service.

Documents for the journey

Registered participants will

receive login information in the "My mission". My mission is our secure online

interface where all the information is required for participants to finalize their stay.

travel kits and materials for the tour will be available no later than four weeks before

departure.

Itinerary changes and delays

If the services and accommodations described for a particular tour cannot be

supplied due to causes beyond our control, all reasonable efforts to supply

comparable services will be made. We take all reasonable efforts to adhere to the

published itinerary. However, if circumstances require it, we reserve the right to

change or substitute any published plan.

Images Hotel images featured in our brochures and website are used for

illustration purposes only. Your specific hotel (where hotel accommodation is

included as part of your chosen tour) may differ from the representation provided.

Clients agree that any images taken of their likeness while a participant on tours

provided by the Company or through the supply of image(s) by fellow clients can

be used in any form of media for the Company.

Local Laws All participants in tours operated by the Company are expected

to obey the laws and regulations of the countries visited and any failure to do so

will relieve the Company of all obligations that it may otherwise have under the

Contract

Driver’s License You may drive with a valid U.S. driver’s license if it is

accompanied by a notarized translation in French. It is strongly recommended that

you carry an International Driving Permit. You must be 18 years of age or older to

drive in France.

responsibility JPP HOLDINGS LLC

JPP HOLDINGS acts only as the agent for the owners, contractors, and suppliers

providing services, lodging and transportation about its tours.

As an agent, our liability is limited specifically to the conditions assumed by us in

this publication or by other specific contract agreements with providers. We cannot

assume responsibility for baggage loss or damage. We urge all tour participants to

include baggage loss or damage as part of the travel insurance you may purchase.

We are not responsible for additional costs caused by delays or flight changes or

a transport service. We are not liable for injury, death, damage, delay or losses due

to weather strikes, bankruptcy, quarantine, acts of war, terrorism or civil

disturbances, governmental edicts or regulations or any other causes beyond our

control.

We are not responsible for injury, death, damages or loss due to mechanical defect

or failure of any nature on board van, buses, cars, trucks and all vehicles motors

or no, or at accommodations or in connections with other third party service.

The tours operated or supplied by the Company have been designed to provide

participants with an exposure to the true nature of the environment visited and

therefore involve an element of potential risk and exposure to potential hazards

over and above those associated with normal ’package’ holidays. All bookings are

accepted on the understanding that the Client appreciates such risks and hazards

and that they undertake all tours at their own volition. For group tours, the specific

itinerary, inclusions and additional information related to a holiday is detailed in

the tour specific trip notes. The trip notes are the singular document that accounts

for what will be provided on the holiday. If a Client participates in an activity not

specifically detailed as included (or where the Client signs a waiver to negate an

inclusion, i.e. for boating or flying venture aircraft) in the tour/ holiday operated by

the Company, the Client accepts all responsibility for taking part in such an

activity, accepts that no further services will be provided by the company, with

the exception of inclusion waiver activities and indemnifies the Company against

any and all claims related to such an activity. Where the Client suffers death,

personal injury or any other loss whatsoever as a result of an activity forming part

of the tour arrangements booked with the Company, the Company shall only

accept responsibility if the death, personal injury or loss was caused by the

negligent acts and/or omissions of the Company’s employees, officers, agents,

suppliers or sub-contractors. For the avoidance of doubt, the Company shall not

be liable for such death, personal injury or any other loss suffered whatsoever if

there has been no fault on the part of the Company or its partners, or if the cause

was the fault of the Client (including without limiting the generality of the foregoing

the Client’s participation in any activity/option not specifically detailed as included

on the tour or operated directly by the Company) or due to the actions of

someone unconnected with the tour arrangements or due to circumstances which

neither the Company nor its partners could have reasonably anticipated or

avoided. All vessels used by Company in Normandy are fully insured by the

vessel owner and they have accident insurance for passengers. As such, the

Client accepts that for boating, any claims relating to accidents while on-board

their vessel need to be addressed directly with the vessel's captain, and

indemnifies the Company against any and all claims related to such accidents

incurred on their vessel Normandy Tour operator and its affiliated entities and its

employees, shareholders, officers, directors, successors, agents, and assigns,

neither own nor operate any person or entity which its to, or does, provide goods

or services for these trips of tour. Because ‘Tour Operator” does not maintain any

control of the personnel, equipment, or operation of these suppliers, “Tour

Operator” assume no responsibility for and cannot be held liable for any personal

injury, death, property damage, or other loss, accident, delay, inconvenience or

irregularity which may be occasioned by reason of:1- Any wrongful, negligent,

willful, or unauthorized acts or omission on the part of any of the tour suppliers, or

other employees or agents,2- any defect in or failure of any vehicle, equipment,

instrument owned, operated or otherwise by any of these suppliers, or3- any

wrongful, willful, or negligent or omission on any part of any other party not under

the supervision or control of the operator.

In general:

We are in the business travel and tour. Our goal is reasonably to ensure you a

good, safe and pleasant journey with us. If you have questions, please contact

us.


We have your back

Our company is considered as a Tour Operator, based in USA Florida, we are

registered conform to the Florida law concerning Tour operator and seller of

travel business, We respect a mandatory surety bond delivered by Brooklyn

Venture Surety Bonds plus a coverage from AON insurance for liability Claims up

to 1 Million dollars. Anyway, we strongly recommend to protect yourself to

apply by your own insurance.


Terms and Conditions

Contract

Fla.Seller of travel ref No.ST40723

All our tours are offered all-inclusive price subject

to these Terms and Conditions.

All prices are in US dollars per person.

Single or triple occupancy are available on

request, as described in the section of rooms in

these Terms and Conditions.

Prices include: accommodation in hotels, and B&B

plus special accommodation as tent. three meals a

day (starting with dinner on the first day of the visit

and ending with breakfast on the last day), airport

transfers on arrival and departure, museum tickets

and tour guide.

Our all-inclusive structure allows us to fill the days

with more activities, especially given the lack of

dining options in many places. For these reasons,

the prices that exclude food or other services

included are not available.

Prices do not include: Sale tax, airfare, travel

insurance, the cost of excess baggage, additional

drinks for lunch and dinner, extra hotel expenses

(eg, consumption of minibar, Pay TV channels,

laundry services, etc.), or costs resulting from

participating in the tour not reach the point of pickup

on time.

Bedrooms

Double occupancy

Our tour prices are based on two people sharing a

room (double occupancy). People who share a

double room have the opportunity to choose

between having a double bed or twin beds if

available.

Simple room

Participants traveling alone may either pay extra

for a single room (as shown in "fee for single room

supplement" below, so they have a bedroom alone

throughout the stay) or they may indicate that they

would be willing to share a room with another

participant of the same sex. We will try as far as

possible to provide pairs to those who wish to

reduce accommodation costs but we can not

guarantee that. However, an individual participant

who doesn’t match another individual participant

may be subject to charges for single occupancy

supplement. Although we will endeavor to give

each of these individual participants all contact

information before the trip and we are not liable for

any personality conflicts between individual

participants who share a room.

Triple or four occupancy

Special room is available for triple or four

occupancy. The other beds could be extra bed or a

folding sofa bed.

Single room supplement

Participants traveling alone and do not wish to

share a room must pay a single supplement

flight tickets and itineraries

There are requirements arrival and departure on all

our tours. Your travel consultant will inform you

about specific airports and pick-up and drop-off

times associated with your chosen circuit. Be sure

to consult us before making your final booking. We

are not responsible for costs incurred for changing

flight reservations unless the tickets were booked

on the advice of our travel consultants. Participants

can secure their own tickets but may also contact

our travel consultant for assistance.

Travel Insurance The Client MUST take out

suitable travel insurance in order to take part in a

tour organized by the Company. Clients are wholly

responsible for arranging their own insurance. A

suitable insurance policy should provide adequate

cover for medical expenses arising through illness

or accident prior to or during the holiday and loss

of holiday monies through cancellation and

curtailment of the holiday for insurable reasons.

Clients making their own arrangements should

ensure that there are no exclusion clauses limiting

protection for the type of activities in their tour.

Clients should satisfy themselves that any travel

insurance arranged through the Company is what

they require and should arrange supplementary

insurance if need be.

Passport and visa A valid passport is required for

all travelers attending our tours. A driving license

or ID card cannot be used for travel abroad.

According to regulations on international travel,

your passport must be valid for at least 6 months

after your return from Europe. If your passport

expires within six months, it must be renewed

before starting your trip.

For information about U.S. passports and visas got

to: http://travel.state.gov/

For US citizens, visas are not required. Visas may

be required for non-US citizens. If visas are

required, it is the responsibility of the participant to

ensure that all visa applications we met are

provided in a timely manner.

http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-tofrance/getting-a-visa/article/foreign-nationalsholding-ordinary-passports-exempt-from-visarequirements

Reservations

Reservations can be made by completing the

"Ready to book" on our website or by sending an

email to info@ddmtusa.com. A registration form

must be completed and returned. A confirmation

number will be issued and written confirmation of

the booking will be sent by our consultants at the

time of payment of the amount required at

reservation according to the terms of payment

section below.

Payment Terms

A place on the circuit is reserved at the reception

of the registration form accompanied by 20%

deposit at time of booking. The payment of the trip

is due as follows:



Payment options

50% 90 days before departure (include

deposit)

50% 60 days before departure

Payments can be made by check or credit card.

Checks (personal, cashiers or issued by a bank)

should be made payable to JPP Holdings LLC and

sent to our office address: 800 Jeffery Street, Unit

211 Boca Raton FL 33487. Returned checks will

be subject to check return fee of $ 50. We accept

all major credit cards: Visa, Master Card, American

Express and Discover. Payments can be made by

phone or online with a custom transaction code for

every transaction by our travel consultants.

Payments made by credit card are deposited in an

escrow account to our US bank. 3% Processing

fees will be add for using a credit card. Payments

by credit card are made directly to our bank

through a secure server, after which we receive a

notice of successful payment. Please be aware of

the credit card companies will often report a bigger

credit card charges and request a confirmation of

the credit card holder. Failure to confirm your

reservation fee will delay your booking and may

require a postponement of travel. The customer's

personal data are required only to secure the

booking of the trip. These data are held on a

secure server for 30 days after the end of the trip,

after which the data is deleted.

Cancellation by the Company the Company

reserves the right to cancel a tour in any

circumstances but will not cancel a tour less than

30 days before departure, except for Force

Majeure, Low Bookings or the Client’s failure to

pay the final balance. Unless the Client fails to pay

the final balance, the Company will, upon

cancellation, return all monies paid excluding

payment for travel insurance if there is or offer an

alternative tour of comparable standard. No

compensation will be paid to the Client if

cancellation is because of Force Majeure or Low

Bookings.

Cancellation and refunds

The cancellation of a trip by a participant after

registration will be subject to a cancellation fee of $

550 per person. The cancellation notice must be

received in writing by our more than 90 days

before departure services for a full refund (less the

cancellation fee).

If cancellation is received by us between 60 days

and 89 days from the departure date, the

participant of the tour will lose 30% of the cost of

the visit. If cancellation is received by us between

30 and 59 days of departure of the tour,

participants of the visit will be responsible for fifty

percent (50%) of the cost of the visit. If cancellation

is received by us within 30 days before the

departure date, the participant of the visit will be

responsible for the total cost of the tour and will not

receive a refund. A trip postponed by the customer

should be treated as a cancellation. Some

promotions and special offers are not refundable,

and will be clearly marked as such. All

cancellations, changes and provisions must be

made in writing. We are not obliged to act on the

information given by telephone as that written

notice has not been received. A letter may be

given by mail to JPP HOLDINGS 800 Jeffery

Street Unit 211 Boca Raton FL 33487; or by email

to info@ddmtusa.com.

Complaints and compensation terms

Participants can submit complaints in writing by e-

mail or mail within thirty days following the end of

the stay. We consider and analyze complaints and

do our best to give customer satisfaction.

Participant behavior

In order to the smooth operation of ours tours, we

reserve the right to accept or reject any person as

a tour participant or to expel from the tour any

person for any reason who in our opinion is not

compatible with the interest of the group.

Expenses incurred by the expelled participant shall

be borne and no refund will be given. Please note

that all of our tour transportation are non-smoking.


The children and minors

Due to the purpose and the nature of the places

we visit, the participant should be at least 16 years

old to participate. Minors must be accompanied by

an adult parent or legal guardian.

Physicality

Participants are solely responsible for being in

sufficiently good health to undertake any tour and

for taking all appropriate medical precautions. We

cannot provide medical advice including advice on

inoculations or health requirements of countries.

Participants are strongly encouraged to contact

their family physician for travel health questions.

For travel, abroad, you can visit the web site of the

Center for Disease Control at http://www.

cdc.gov/travel. All of our trips require walking and

getting on and off the vehicles. Some trips require

more strenuous activities. The tour vehicles are not

equipped with lifts for wheelchairs or ramps. We

are not able to accommodate wheelchairs on visits

due to the limited availability of a number of sites

visited. We cannot provide individual assistance to

participants for walking or other physical needs.

Our tour can include sleeping in a tent and outdoor

eating and toilet facilities. Weather conditions may

be very hot and humid, cold and/or wet. Please be

sure that you are in good physical condition to be

able to enjoy and fully participate in the activities of

this trip. Some part of the show could be hardly

noisy, ears protection is mandatory.

You are responsible for judging your own capacity

to be able to do tour activities without delaying the

progress of the trip or the other travelers. If you

travel with us, we must know at the time of your

registration of any disability, handicap, health or

dietary restriction or any condition that may

interfere with your tour participation.

Arrival of participants

Participants should arrive at noon local time

designated airport (11 am) on the first day of the

given visit. If an incoming flight is delayed, we will

wait until 13 hours (1pm) participants concerned.

After 2PM participants will take steps to organize

their own journey to the designated hotel. We will

do everything possible to help these

arrangements, but we cannot take responsibility for

any additional costs.

Departure of

The last day of the tour, we organize transfer to the

hotel - and only - to the main international airport

for scheduled flights returning participants. The last

transfer to the airport will leave the hotel before

check-out this hotel.

Meal

We offer a variety of healthy and tasty meals for

breakfast, lunch and dinner. We make every effort

to suit those with health restrictions such as

diabetes, lactose intolerance or gluten, or food

allergies and preferences such as vegetarianism

and religious observances. Thank you to note that

the specific requests for food have to be

addressed to us at the time of booking.

Tip

Tips for our staff on board (guide platoon leader ,

support) are not included in the tour price, but are

a good way to get good service.

Documents for the journey

Registered participants will receive login

information in the "My mission". My mission is our

secure online interface where all the information is

required for participants to finalize their stay. travel

kits and materials for the tour will be available no

later than four weeks before departure.

Itinerary changes and delays

If the services and accommodations described for

a particular tour cannot be supplied due to causes

beyond our control, all reasonable efforts to supply

comparable services will be made. We take all

reasonable efforts to adhere to the published

itinerary. However, if circumstances require it, we

reserve the right to change or substitute any

published plan.

Images Hotel images featured in our brochures

and website are used for illustration purposes only.

Your specific hotel (where hotel accommodation is

included as part of your chosen tour) may differ

from the representation provided. Clients agree

that any images taken of their likeness while a

participant on tours provided by the Company or

through the supply of image(s) by fellow clients

can be used in any form of media for the

Company.

Local Laws All participants in tours operated by

the Company are expected to obey the laws and

regulations of the countries visited and any failure

to do so will relieve the Company of all obligations

that it may otherwise have under the Contract

Driver’s License You may drive with a valid U.S.

driver’s license if it is accompanied by a notarized

translation in French. It is strongly recommended

that you carry an International Driving Permit. You

must be 18 years of age or older to drive in

France.

responsibility JPP HOLDINGS LLC

JPP HOLDINGS acts only as the agent for the

owners, contractors, and suppliers providing

services, lodging and transportation about its tours.

Tour operator and its affiliated entities and its

employees, shareholders, officers, directors,

successors, agents, and assigns, neither own nor

operate any person or entity which its to, or does,

provide goods or services for these trips of tour.

Because ‘Tour Operator” does not maintain any

control of the personnel, equipment, or operation

of these suppliers, “Tour Operator” assume no

responsibility for and cannot be held liable for any

personal injury, death, property damage, or other

loss, accident, delay, inconvenience or irregularity

which may be occasioned by reason of:

1- Any wrongful, negligent, willful, or unauthorized

acts or omission on the part of any of the tour

suppliers, or other employees or agents,

2- any defect in or failure of any vehicle,

equipment, instrument owned, operated or

otherwise by any of these suppliers, or

3- any wrongful, willful, or negligent or omission on

any part of any other party not under the

supervision or control of the operator.

As an agent, our liability is limited specifically to

the conditions assumed by us in this publication or

by other specific contract agreements with

providers. We cannot assume responsibility for

baggage loss or damage. We urge all tour

participants to include baggage loss or damage as

part of the travel insurance you may purchase. We

are not responsible for additional costs caused by

delays or flight changes or a transport service. We

are not liable for injury, death, damage, delay or

losses due to weather strikes, bankruptcy,

quarantine, acts of war, terrorism or civil

disturbances, governmental edicts or regulations

or any other causes beyond our control.

We are not responsible for injury, death, damages

or loss due to mechanical defect or failure of any

nature on board van, buses, cars, trucks and all

vehicles motors or no, or at accommodations or in

connections with other third party service.

The tours operated or supplied by the Company

have been designed to provide participants with an

exposure to the true nature of the environment

visited and therefore involve an element of

potential risk and exposure to potential hazards

over and above those associated with normal

’package’ holidays. All bookings are accepted on

the understanding that the Client appreciates such

risks and hazards and that they undertake all tours

at their own volition. For group tours, the specific

itinerary, inclusions and additional information

related to a holiday is detailed in the tour specific

trip notes. The trip notes are the singular document

that accounts for what will be provided on the

holiday. If a Client participates in an activity not

specifically detailed as included (or where the

Client signs a waiver to negate an inclusion, i.e. for

boating or flying venture aircraft) in the tour/

holiday operated by the Company, the Client

accepts all responsibility for taking part in such an

activity, accepts that no further services will be

provided by the company, with the exception of

inclusion waiver activities and indemnifies the

Company against any and all claims related to

such an activity. Where the Client suffers death,

personal injury or any other loss whatsoever as a

result of an activity forming part of the tour

arrangements booked with the Company, the

Company shall only accept responsibility if the

death, personal injury or loss was caused by the

negligent acts and/or omissions of the Company’s

employees, officers, agents, suppliers or subcontractors.

For the avoidance of doubt, the

Company shall not be liable for such death,

personal injury or any other loss suffered

whatsoever if there has been no fault on the part of

the Company or its partners, or if the cause was

the fault of the Client (including without limiting the

generality of the foregoing the Client’s participation

in any activity/option not specifically detailed as

included on the tour or operated directly by the

Company) or due to the actions of someone

unconnected with the tour arrangements or due to

circumstances which neither the Company nor its

partners could have reasonably anticipated or

avoided. All vessels used by Company in

Normandy are fully insured by the vessel owner

and they have accident insurance for passengers.

As such, the Client accepts that for boating, any

claims relating to accidents while on-board their

vessel need to be addressed directly with the

vessel's captain, and indemnifies the Company

against any and all claims related to such

accidents incurred on their vessel Normandy

In general:

We are in the business travel and tour. Our goal is

reasonably to ensure you a good, safe and

pleasant journey with us. If you have questions,

please contact us.


OUR TEAM

Lt - Irwin Stovroff

USA

Honorary President D-DAY MEMORY TOUR

President, Vets Helping Heroes, Boca Raton FL

Bombardier, B24 “Passion Pit”

Shot down in Normandy August 13 th 1944.

EX-POW WW2

Dr Olivier

France

European Manager Area

Olivier is Doctor Sciences,

passionate by WW2 History, born

in Normandy at St Lo, living in

south of France. Paratrooper

graduated.

Jean-Pierre Paviot

France

CEO

JP, is the owner Founder of DDMTUSA,

Living in Florida, former Chamber of

commerce President in France Auray.

Paratrooper graduated, Award by US

WINGS. Passionate by History of D-DAY

Normandy.

Samuel

USA

Marketing manager

Sam, is graduated in Marketing

resource and specialize in SEO

program. Living in Boca Raton

Florida.

Robert

USA

University Program Manager

Robert, is Passionate by History US

and Europe, Graduated Master of

History FAU.

Loic

France

Support Manager Normandy

Loic, is living in Normandy Cherbourg,

he is our Jeep Specialist

Paratrooper graduated, award French

wings.

Hubert

NETHERLANDS

Operation Manager Normandy

Hub, is fluently speaking English,

deutch,German,French.

Jump Master graduated, award Us

wings. Director jump event in

Normandy.


The PASSION PIT by Irwin Stovroff

The Times-Picayune in New Orleans highlighted the John Milliken

crew for having seven members present at the 44th BG Reunion,

and their story has resounded through a number of veteran

publications. The Passion Pit went down at the Falais Pocket near

Caen on August 13, 1944. Every member of the crew had an

experience that was unique, none more so than that of Bombardier,

Irwin J. Stovroff.

Stovroff recalls it thus: "It was to be our 35th, our last scheduled

mission, we were to complete our tour. Together we had flown very

dangerous missions, many of which were deep into Germany. This

trip was just over the Channel, the Falais Pocket in France, a 'milk

run.'

"We were on a straight run, and were to drop our bombs on three

sites, one third each time. Then BOOM! We got a direct hit at the

first target. Numbers one and two engines were on fire. We all

bailed out, right into the German front lines. On the way down I

threw away my dog tags, not wanting them to know I was Jewish.

Our pilot John Milliken, some how on a truck taking us away from

the front lines fell thru the canvas cover and escaped, getting to the

allied front lines days later.

"Within a week's time we were taken to a major Interrogation center

outside of Frankfort, Germany. I think it was called Wetzler. We were separated and placed in solitaire, and

individually taken out for continued interrogations. The German officer, my Interrogator, asked me questions I could

not and would not answer. I gave him the usual name, rank and serial number, and told him that was all I had to give,

and knew very little else. On my third trip with him, he said, " I know who you are and what you are (meaning

Jewish). He told me he could save my life, then proceeded to name my father, mother, brother, sister, the grammar

school I had attended, even the name of a former girlfriend. He then said he lived on Ashland Avenue, next to the girl

I was dating pre-war. He had lived on the next street -- Claremont Avenue in Buffalo, New York. He said he

remembered being in class with my older sister, and then he informed me that I had been his newspaper boy!! He had

come to Germany to be with his grandmother, and stayed. He again said he would help me, and he put a question

mark on my records next to religion.

After solitaire at Dulag Luft, I like all others were packed into a boxcar for a 3

day transport to Stalag Luft I. Our train was strafed by Allied fighters because

the Germans did not put POW markings on the train. We were also left in the

marshalling yards in Berlin during a bombing raid.

Later in Stalag Luft #1, on January 19, 1945, I was separated from the main

compound of prisoners because I was Jewish. I know the reason we were not

killed was because of the courageous speeches of Col. Zemke and Col. Spicer,

who warned the German commander that if any American officers were

harmed, they would be held responsible. Col. Spicer was put in solitaire and

sentenced to death for his speech. He survived until the end of the war.

When I finally got home after VE Day, I went to where this German traitor

lived, but his parents had moved.

After the Dulag Luft (interrogation), I later found myself with my co-pilot Bill

Manierre in a large room. Bill pointed out a beat up and dirty POW who was

staring at us. Did I know who it was? I looked at the man and said 'no'. Bill

said, 'he must know you' and I replied, 'I can't figure out who he is.'

Suddenly Bill exclaimed, "My God! THAT'S MY BROTHER." His brother

immediately recognized Bill, and they met and embraced.


The Germans were flabbergasted when they found out this was

happening. Major Cy Manierre was a West Point graduate who

had been dropped into France, and was working with the French

Underground when captured and tortured. He told Bill and me to

repeat his story, that he was a member of the Air Corps, had been

shot down and picked up by the French Underground. If the

Germans knew the truth, he could have been shot as a spy. They

believed him, and he was sent to the same camp as Bill and I. Their

mother received two telegrams on the same day, 1:00 AM, 1:00 PM

on both sons - Missing in Action. "fact is greater than fiction."

Stovroff is now a volunteer National Service Officer at West Palm

Beach VA Center, working only with ex-POWs to help get pensions

and compensations. He has met six ex-POWs that were in his

camp. And stranger than fiction, his next door neighbor in Florida was in the same barracks as Stovroff when he was

in Stalag Luft #1 "segregated". This man's family owned KATZ DELICATESSEN in New York whose slogan was "Send

a Salami to a Soldier In the Army."

VETS HELPING HEROES

Determined to pay it forward, after retiring from a long career in sales,

Irwin, volunteered at the West Palm Beach, FL VA Hospital. In 2007 he

learned that veterans with PTSD were suffering for years with nightmares,

panic attacks, flashbacks, mood disorders and quite often addictions; and that

the VA was not paying for service dogs. Despite his own PTSD and the

personal challenges, Irwin worked feverously to found Vets Helping Heroes, a

nonprofit dedicated to providing assistance dogs for active duty military and

retired personnel veterans recovering from the physical and psychological challenges they suffered

as a result of their service to our country.

Vets Helping Heroes has a versatile and active board of directors comprised of high ranking

business professional in the fields of Law, Computers, Healthcare, Non-profit, Film Production,

Sales and more. This dynamic team enables us the best advantage to achieve our goals. In addition,

many of our board members are retired military with first-hand knowledge and experience of the

plight of the injured that we seek to help.

Irwin Stovroff Visits Normandy 70 Years Later

Irwin became the American Veteran Air Force "Rock Star" of

Normandy and I grew muscles pushing him around in his aluminum

wheel chair. Irwin's Doris and my wife, Barbara were thrilled to see

the joy Irwin experienced during the entire trip.

We spent 3 days in Paris showing Irwin the best sites and food

followed by a great Tauck river boat cruise to Normandy with other

stops along the way. The high light of our journey was spending 2

days in Normandy with Jean-Pierre Paviot and family as they drove

us to all the sites and arranged many of our visits.

Irwin wore his French Legion of Honor medal and was instantly

recognized as a hero to the French populations as well as Americans

& others where ever we went and was thus surrounded with swarms

of people to honor his service to their country and thanked him for

helping to save France from the Nazi's.

Vets Helpings Heroes General information

How to apply, how you can help, donation inquiries etc.

Phone: 561-953-5250

vhhinfo@vetshelpingheroes.org


OUR SUPPORT

In honor of the soldiers, sailors, marines

and airmen of the United States armed

forces who liberated our home country,

France, on June 6, 1944, D-Day Memory

Tour (JPP HOLDINGS, LLC) donates a portion of its

profits to Vets Helping Heroes, a 501(c)(3)

charity whose sole mission is to provide

properly-trained Service Dogs to wounded

Veterans of the United States Armed

Forces. In a very real way, your D-Day

Memorial Tour will help to improve the lives

of wounded U.S. Vets.

www.VetsHelpingHeroes.org

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