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EEMA Deauville 2018
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Welcome on the official web site of the future EEMA Conference that will be hold in 2018 in France. Our goal is to prepare a wonderful conference where you will have the pleasure to appreciate the “French touch”. French people love to meet with friends, exchange ideas, remake the world while sharing the best food and wines, show you around their historical heritage and their culture … District 1640 (Normandy) has been chosen to lead the project.
Friday 14th to Monday 17th 2018 the whole annual conference is hold in hotel Le Normandy, in town, near the shopping center as well as the beach boardwalk.
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EEMA Deauville 2018
Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th September, we propose to some of you to enjoy the short Pre-tour in Paris and Versailles and a dinner-cruise on the Seine river. Friday morning we will collect you at the hotel and take you to Giverny to visit Claude Monet’s house and gardens that inspired him his famous paintings “Nympheas”. After a light lunch and a visit in “Impressionisms Museum” to introduce you to Impressionist tradition in Normandy, we will arrive in Deauville’s hotel Le Normandy where we will be ready for registration for both the hotel and the conference
Monday 17th to Friday 21st, departure for a Post Tour to discover the landing beaches of WWII, Mont Saint Michel, Saint Malo and the Renaissance castles of the Loire valley. Friday we will visit Chartres, the world cradle of stain glass windows since the XIIth century, before dropping you, either in Paris center or in CDG airport.