All payments, registration forms and inquiries must be sent to Havas Voyages in France.The IPS offices in Kansas will not accept registration forms or payments, nor can they answer questions concerning Biennial 2002.
General Information : The 2002 IPS Biennial is being
sponsored by the Fous de Palmiers (the French Palm Society) in association with
the International Palm Society. See detailed itinerary for both Biennial and
Post Tour in this Supplement. There are some minor changes to the tentative
schedules that appeared in previous issues. A maximum of 150 attendees can
participate in the Biennial 2002. Registration will cease when we reach
this number. All prices quoted throughout are in Euros and any payments
must be made in Euros with any exchange and transfer charges to be paid by the
registrant. Credit Cards can be used (as indicated on the registration form),
with any associated exchange fees between the card holder and the issuing bank
for that credit card.
Biennial Dates : Attendees to the full Biennial need to arrive in Toulon Hyères on or before Friday, September 20, 2002. The Biennial officially starts on that Friday evening with an inaugural dinner. The Biennial ends after lunch on Friday, September 27, with transportation of attendees to the Nice airport. Note that the departure is from a different city from the arrival airport of Toulon Hyères (about 150 km or 93 miles apart by motorway. Post Tour attendees will depart from Nice that afternoon (September 27).
IPS Directors and Officers must arrive Hyères on or before Thursday, September 19, to attend the initial Board Meeting to be held all day Friday, September 20.
Hotels : Attendees have a choice of 3-star hotels (Mercure or Ibis in both Hyères les Palmiers and in Nice) or two 2-star hotels (Hotel du Parc or Hotel de l'Europe in Hyères les Palmiers, with 2-star hotels still to be selected in Nice). One pricing tier must be selected for the full biennial (i.e., not a different one for each city.)
Biennial hotel reservations will be made by Havas. Detailed information on the selected hotels will be forwarded to attendees after registration is completed. Final roommate designation will be done after you receive your registration packet, which will include hotel specifics and roommate requests.
Cost of Biennial covering from afternoon of Sept. 20 through the afternoon of Sept. 27 (except for IPS Directors whose duties will begin on the afternoon of Sept. 19th.)
Prices are divided into 2-star and 3-star accommodations. Rates for the full biennial are as follows:
Three-star (Mercure or Ibis hotels in both Hyères les Palmiers and in Nice):
* € 1100.00 per person, double occupancy,
* € 1350.00 per person, single occupancy,
Two-star (Hotel du Parc, Hotel de l'Europe in Hyères les Palmiers with hotels yet to be selected for Nice):
*€ 950.00 per person, double occupancy,
*€ 1115.00 per person, single occupancy,
Triple occupancy can also be provided through Havas, with a ten percent (10%) reduction in the rate for the third person). Contact Havas with any questions on this.
Children may be accommodated in parents' room by paying approximately 35% off the full price - details to be negotiated directly with Havas when booking.
The above rates include accommodations for the indicated dates, daily breakfasts and lunches and dinners per the itinerary, tours and transfers, guides, and limited public liability insurance. Not included are personal expenses such as laundry, telephone, gratuities, bar charges, and the "free night" meal not listed on itinerary, trip insurance, flight costs and international airport charges.
See the Registration Form for reduced rates if you do not need accommodations at all.
Biennial Partial Registration : Partial registration
is available in advance, priced on a pro-rata basis. That is, if you register
for three days of the seven day program, you pay approximately 3/7 of the corresponding
full rates. Further details to be negotiated directly through Havas.
Early Arrivals and Late Departures : Attendees may choose to arrive earlier or depart later than the above Biennial dates. The negotiated IPS room rates will apply at the hotels in Hyères les Palmiers immediately before the Biennial and at the hotels in Nice immediately following the Biennial. Such special arrangements are the attendee's responsibility and must be individually booked by you through the official agency, Havas. No commissions will be paid to travel agents with this discounted rate.
Hotel rates for these extra days (before and/or after the Biennial are :
Three-star (Mercure or Ibis) :
*48€ per person per night, double occupancy,
*84€ per night, single occupancy,
Two-star (Hotel du Parc or Hotel de l'Europe in Hyères les Palmiers, suitable other 2-star hotel in Nice:
*36€ per person per night, double occupancy,
*60€ per night, single occupancy.
These should be booked with Havas Voyages. Any related questions should also be directed to Havas.
Biennial and Post-Biennial Registration Forms and Payment Information are included as a tear-out page at the end of this supplement to Palms.
At least thirty percent (30%) of registration fees need to be paid with registration. Remaining amounts must be paid before August 18th, 2002.
Airfare to and from France : Attendees are responsible for booking and paying for their own transportation (flights and/or ground transportation to Toulon Hyères airport and return from Nice airport. The IPS recommends utilizing the contracted travel agent, Havas (see below) for their best negotiated airfares.
Itinerary for Biennial :
Thursday, September 19th
*Arrival of IPS Officers and Directors, with transport from the Toulon Hyères airport provided by members of the Association Fous de Palmiers.
*Check in at hotels in Hyères les Palmiers
*Dinner at the hotel.
Friday, September 20th
*Breakfast at the hotels
*IPS Board meeting for the officers and directors (all day)
*Lunch for directors at hotel
*Board meeting (continued)
*End of IPS Board meeting in late afternoon
This day will also see the arrival of the remaining Biennial attendees with transport from the Toulon Hyères airport provided by members of the Association Fous de Palmiers. They will check into the hotels in Hyères les Palmiers noted above.
Biennial 2002 Officially Begins
*Evening apéritif offered by the municipality, with welcoming speeches by local and national authorities.
*Inaugural Biennial dinner at restaurant La Palmeraie
*Return to hotels.
Saturday, September 21st
*Breakfast at hotel
*Departure for Rayol-Canadel
*Visit to Jardin du Rayol, Conservatoire du Littoral (Coastline Conservancy)
*Lunch in Sainte Clair at the seaside restaurant Flots Bleus
*Return to Hyères, rendezvous at meeting hall, Forum du Casino, for Conference sessions 1 & 2, each followed by questions and discussion.
*Dinner at Forum du Casino,
*Conference sessions 3 & 4, followed by questions and discussion.
Sunday, September 22nd
*Breakfast at hotel
*Transfer to port for boat trip to les
Îles d'Or (the Golden Isles)
*Departure for Porquerolles
*Visit the Jardin des Palmiers
*Lunch at Domaine de l'Ile (picnic under the pines)
*Conference Sessions 3 & 4, Grand Public de Francis Hallé
*Fous de Palmiers welcomes attendees with a complimentary dinner at La Londe
Monday, September 23rd
*Breakfast at hotel
*Attendees visit private gardens in Hyères
*Lunch at Forum du Casino
*Conference sessions 5, 6, and 7 at Forum du Casino
*Dinner at the J. M. Rey nurseries
Tuesday, September 24th
*Breakfast at hotels and check out
*Three groups make staggered visits of Hyères les Palmiers nurseries
*Lunch offered by the nurseries
*Visit of Jardin des Oiseaux (Bird Garden) in La Londe les Maures
*Departure for Nice (by the coast road from Antibes)
*Arrival in Nice and check-in at hotels
*Dinner at restaurant Le Legure
*Return to hotels (Nice)
Wednesday, September 25th
*Breakfast at hotel
*Transportation to Parc Phoenix along the Promenade des Anglais
*Departure for Cannes
*Walk on La Croisette
*Lunch on board the ship Ville de Cannes and a cruise of the bay.
*Visit to Villa Thuret garden in Antibes
*Conference Sessions 8 & 9, followed by questions.
*Return to Nice for a free evening
Thursday, September 26th
*Breakfast at hotel
*Departure for Saint Jean-Cap-Ferrat
*Visit the Villa les Cèdres garden and tour the Villa Rothschild
*Welcome from the Mayor of Beaulieu-sur-Mer and witness the planting of a palm-tree in the newly created palm garden.
*Lunch in the salons of the Casino
*Depart for Monaco and visit the famous cactus and succulent Jardin Exotique
*Conference Sessions 10 & 11, followed by questions.
*Dinner at the restaurant La Jarrerie in La Colle sur Loup
Friday, September 27th
*Breakfast at hotel
*Departure for Menton and visit the Villa Maria Serena garden
*Visit the Jardin de Val Rahmeh and the Natural History Museum in Menton.
*Farewell niçois lunch (cuisine of Nice) at Palais de l'Europe, speech by Alain Hervé, Founding President of Fous de Palmiers, and closure of the Biennial by the IPS President.
*End of Biennial 2002
JARDIN DU RAYOL
(Rayol-Canadel). Former private garden, now overseen by the Coastline Conservancy, it has been largely redesigned by the well-known European landscape architect, Gilles Clement. In this park devoted to Mediterranean plants, Clement has narrowed the perspectives, creating different climatic zones with endemic plants from countries such as Chile, Australia, South Africa and also California. So when it comes to palms one can see native Chamaerops humilis along with introduced Jubaea, Rhopalostylis, etc. The botanist Macquart-Moulin will guide us through this garden ending with an aperitif on the private beach below
(Island of Porquerolles). The mission of the Conservancy is to preserve all the historic varieties of Mediterranean fruit, including, of course, the date palm. In the 1980's, the USA decided to end in-vitro date palm culture, France, with its experience with North African oases, bought the US Phoenix dactylifera collection. France couldn't have found a better place to plant this collection. Mr. Boillot, botanist for the conservancy, will accompany us here.
JARDIN DES PALMIERS
(Island of Porquerolles). To finalize the last real estate development to be authorized on the island, the promoter included, as an integral part of his project, a garden of over 2 acres, devoted to a collection of palms and cycads. A small building, La Maison du Palmier (Palm House), is planned to house the library of Fous de Palmiers. In this garden we will plant together the Biennial 2002 Palm to commemorate the event.
JARDIN OLBIUS RIQUIER
(Hyères les Palmiers). Created during the nineteenth century by Geoffroy Saint Hilaire, at the time Director of the Jardin d'Acclimatation of Paris, this garden was the site of a large number of plant introductions. More than a century later many beautiful specimens of palms, agaves and Australian plants continue to flourish here. The city of Hyères has made an important effort, currently underway, to plant rare species and, in a few years, the rich collection of bygone days will be renewed. Pierre Quillier, botanist for the city, will escort us through this garden.
JARDIN DES OISEAUX (TROPICAL BIRD GARDEN )
(La Londe les Maures). The garden was created in 1989 on the site of the former arboretum in La Londe Les Maures. Its fifteen acres host remarkable flora, consisting of many different species of Eucalyptus and tropical plants. The collection is unique because of the rarity of the birds on view for the public. As an ornithological and botanical garden, this park plays an important role as an acclimatization and reproduction center and it maintains exceptional genetic stock. The garden participates in a number of international breeding programs and contributes to the protection of endangered species. It is a veritable bird paradise. Both Dupuyoo, father and son, will be happy to share their passion with us.
JARDIN EXOTIQUE DE MONACO
The foremost cactus and succulent collection on the Riviera, perched on cliffs high above the city of Monte Carlo and the Mediterranean.
PROMENADE DES ANGLAIS ABD PARC DE L'INDOCHINE
(Nice). The Parc de l'Indochine on Fabron Avenue is the work of landscape architect Octave Godard (1877-1958) executed for Mr. de Grimaldi. The southern portion has gigantic exotics as well as row plantings of palms. The famous Promenade des Anglais borders the Baie des Anges (Bay of Angels), a symbol of the city of Nice. The waterfront is lined with exotic vegetation, testimony to the mild climate of the Côte d'Azur.
(Nice). Created in 1989, this floral park covers over 18 acres at the western entrance to the city of Nice, near the airport. It is a garden of many facets: aquatic with the lake, Alpine rapids and fountains, floral with the garden of colors, and aromatic with gardens of herbs and roses. There is also a large display house complete with a waterfall and areas of varied climates, planted with an extensive collection of tropical vegetation.
(Cannes) This public park lines the seashore between the municipal casino to the west and the summer casino to the east. The promenade overlooks the sandy beach and Bay of Cannes and the Lerins Islands. Cannes is, of course, the home of the world famous Film Festival. The exotic vegetation, dominated by palms, indicates its mild climate.
JARDIN BOTANIQUE OF THE VILLA THURET
(Antibes). Designed in the style of the Second Empire, this garden was created by the botanist Gustav Thuret (1817-1875) and enriched by his successor, Charles Naudin (1815-1899). It covers about nine acres and contains more than 3,000 species of woody plants from both tropical and warm temperate zones. Since 1855 more than 60,000 species or varieties have been tested. The garden currently maintains important collections of palms, cycads, Eucalyptus and Pittosporum, to name just a few. Curator Catherine Ducatillion will be our guide.
JARDIN BOTANIQUE OF THE VILLA LES CEDRES
(Saint Jean-Cap Ferrat). Designed during the nineteenth century by the landscape architects, Frenchman Jules Vacherot and Englishman Harold Peto, for King Leopold II of Belgium, this private garden, covering more than 30 acres, faces the Alpine foothills to the north and is bordered by the sea to the east and west, giving it a tropical micro-climate. Beginning in 1922, and thanks to the passion of a family of collectors, the garden has been enriched with succulents, epiphytes, tree ferns and palms; it is surely the largest and finest collection of palms and cycads of the Riviera. Fous President and IPS Director Jacques Deleuze will oversee our visit.
(Menton). Former property of the Feraldo de Castro family, this 8-acre park is a vast olive grove, with 400 trees several hundred years old planted in terraces, overlooking the Bay of Menton. It is a vestige of groves that once lined the entire coastline.
(Menton). The villa was built for Ferdinand de Lesseps, builder of the Suez Canal, by an architect from the school of Charles Garner on a 5-acre site. The palm garden is situated above the lower corniche, adjacent to the French-Italian border. The home and its walkways are surrounded by subtropical plantings, primarily palms and cycads. The Director of the City Parks Department will answer our questions while guiding us.
JARDIN BOTANIQUE EXOTIQUE OF VAL RAHMEH
(Menton). Property of the French Natural History Museum, the garden assembles plants from Mediterranean climates, both warm and temperate. Garavan's mild microclimate permits the acclimation of numerous species, including tree ferns. There is a beautiful avenue lined with palms and, in the wild garden, a fountain designed by landscape architect Humphrey Waterfield (1908-1971).
General Information: The Post Tour is being sponsored by the local IPS Affiliated Society, Fous de Palmiers. Visits will include public and private botanical gardens, Association members' gardens and some local palm business concerns. We will be visiting the Southern Mediterranean coast, a famous vacation spot.
Dates, Post Tour: The Post Tour will begin on Friday, September 27th in Nice (at the completion of the IPS Biennial). It will end on October 5th, also at the Nice airport.
Cost of the Post Tour: The Post Tour is priced all inclusive (except perhaps for wine you drink). Registration Fee is:
*€ 1800.00 per person, double occupancy,
*€ 3600.00 per person, single occupancy, If you require single occupancy, you must pay for the entire room.
The registration fees above include accommodations, meals,
internal land and air transportation as described in the Post Tour itinerary,
as well as Society activities described in the itinerary.
Post Tour Hotels: The itinerary below provides some basic information on Post Tour hotels, but specific contact information on each of the hotels will be mailed to attendees with their registration packets.
Post Tour Partial Registration: Partial registration is not available. If attendees arrive late or depart early, no discount is offered.
Friday, September 27
At about 7:30 p.m., we fly out of Nice to Alicante, arriving at 11:30 p.m.. We then transfer to the hotel in Elche, about 20 minutes from the airport.
*We spend our first night in Spain at the Hotel Huerto del Cura in Elche.
Saturday, September 28
After breakfast in our hotel we visit the ancient palm grove of Elche, accompanied by F. P. Melendez, Director of the City Parks Department.
*Breakfast at hotel
*Depart at 9 a.m. for a visit to the palm site El Hondo south of Elche where traditional methods are used to work on date palm.
*Lunch at the Parc Municipal d'Elche (or at Huerto del Cura) and welcome by the Mayor of Elche.
*Explore the Parc Municipal d'Elche with the Technical Director
*Visit to the European Phoenix Research Station
*Late afternoon visit to the Botanical Garden Huerto del Cura (near the hotel)
*A presentation by Santiago Orts, "Palms of Elche, our human heritage"
*Dinner at the hotel Huerto del Cura in the restaurant Els Capellans.
Sunday, September 29
*Day excursion south to Cartagena's Calblanque Natural Park (and discussion on the native Chamærops humilis by Tomás Font, the President of the Spanish Palm Society.)
*Visit Chamærops humilis in its mountain and seaside habitats (with a professor from the University of Murcie).
*Lunch at Cap de Palos and walk to Mar Menor where you'll may swim or sunbathe
*We return to Elche for our evening flight (9:45 p.m. departure) from Alicante to Malaga via Madrid.
*Arrive at the Malaga airport and transfer to the hotel Parador Gibralfaro for the night (very late arrival).
Monday, September 30
*Breakfast at the hotel (a magnificent site dominating all of Malaga, between l'Alcazar and the Castle of Gibralfaro.
*Depart for the nearby Parc de la Concepcion, with a tour of this magnificent tropical park, guided by the Director.
*Leave for Marbella, where we will visit Gunther Brütt's interesting collection of palms and other exotic plants. Lunch (picnic, barbecue) will be served at Gunther's place. There will be adequate time to tour the garden and take a swim in the pool.
*Leave at 4:30 p.m., for visits across Malaga, traversing the Alameda Park.
*Visit the Gardens of the Alcazar and of Gibralfaro Castle.
*Cocktails and tasting of the wines of Malaga on the terraces of the Hotel Gibralfaro.
*Dinner at Gibralfaro and night in the hotel.
Tuesday, October 1
*An early morning departure from Malaga to Rome via Barcelona, with noontime arrival.
*Transfer to the hotel and lunch at the hotel.
*After lunch we will visit the Jardin Botanique and the Villa Doria Pamphili and take a tour of the city.
*Dinner and a visit of Rome by night.
Wednesday, October 2
*Leave at 8:30 a.m. for Palermo
*Visit Jardin Puccio, Villa Malfitano and Jardin Botanique; lunch and a tour of the city.
*Leave for Naples at 7:25 p.m.
*Transfer to the Naples hotel, with dinner at the hotel.
Thursday, October 3
*Visit the Botanic Garden
*Lunch and sightseeing along the Amalfi Coast (Côte Amalfitaine).
Friday, October 4
*Depart for Nice at 7:15 a.m. in the morning, arriving about 8:40 a.m., then depart by bus for Sanremo
*Visit the famous Hanbury Gardens.
*Visit several wonderful palm gardens in Sanremo, just beyond the French- Italian border on the Italian Riviera.
*Farewell dinner at the Casino of Sanremo.
*Return to the hotel in Nice for the evening.
Saturday, October 5
*End of the biennial post tour. Participants depart for destinations of their choice.
THE PALM GROVE OF ELCHE (Alicante)
One of two major palm groves of Europe (along with Bordighera in Italy) it was probably first established by Arabs centuries ago and has been renovated in recent times by the city of Elche. This oasis is truly exceptional for both the luxuriant growth and the density of date palms (Phoenix dactylifera). It is the center for production of bleached fronds for Palm Sunday and Passover celebrations.
HUERTO DEL CURA
(Elche). A private collection of palms planted by a dynasty of nurserymen, it includes practically every species that can be grown at this latitude. The gardens are supported by the world-famous nursery of the same name, Huerto del Cura. The collection includes an exceptional and rare Phoenix dactylifera with eight crowns.
(Malaga). Already an extensive botanical garden in the nineteenth century, this garden features palms that can be acclimated at this latitude. It is surely the largest collection of adult specimens of palms in Europe and includes almost 60 different species. The Managing Director is the author of the book in Spanish, Palmeras.
(Sicily). In the Puccio Garden, we will see palms that have never been tested elsewhere in Italy and, in some cases, anywhere else in Europe. The Whitaker Foundation has assembled a remarkable collection of rare palms in the garden of the Villa Malfitano. The botanical garden has recently created a new palmetum with numerous interesting species.
NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN
(Naples). This garden is renowned by three notable collections, palms, tree ferns and, most important, cycads. The garden was started in the nineteenth century and since then has been constantly expanded and renewed. Without a doubt, the cycad collection is the most prestigious in Europe.
ROME BOTANICAL GARDEN
(Rome). A few years ago this garden was the subject of an article in Principes. Here we will see remarkable trees, including rare palms like Nannorrhops ritchiana and Trachycarpus takil grown from seed collected by Beccari, the famed Italian palm botanist.
VILLA DORIA PAMPHILI
(Rome). The ultimate Jardin à l'Italienne.
(Vintimiglia). This vast garden in a magical spot on a hillside overlooking the sea was created in 1867 by the Hanbury brothers. It is a garden of plants of fascinating forms acclimated in an exceptionally warm location. Even in winter the garden is filled with rich colors.
(Sanremo, Italian Riviera) This beautiful park dates from 1889. It is a vast green oasis full of exotic vegetation, dominated by architectural elements including a villa and an ancient fountain. A remarkable collection of palms, including a splendid Trithrinax campestris, is grouped together in the Palmetum.
(Sanremo, Italian Riviera) The garden is all that remains of the splendid Villa Marsaglia following its demolition after the Second World War. It is one of the most interesting gardens of the city, thanks to the multitude of exotic species found here. The park is an integral part of the green spaces shared by neighboring hotels.
As noted throughout the Biennial and Post Tour documentation, all registration fees are payable only in Euros (€), the European Currency.
As of press time for this issue, a US$ was worth 1€08
(1 €uro08cents or 1.08€). This example rate is given only
for informational purposes, as the exchange rate will fluctuate, perhaps
HOW TO GET MORE INFORMATION:
Havas Voyages in Hyères les Palmiers is responsible for all Biennial and Post-Biennial bookings.
Please contact Madame Christiane ESTEVAN as indicated below regarding registration information, payment, schedules, air travel arrangements, reservations for extra hotel nights, refunds, questions on the itinerary or individual needs (food allergies, special dietary needs, disability access, etc.).
2, Avenue Jean-Jacques Perron,
83412 Hyères les Palmiers.
Contact : Madame Christiane ESTEVAN
Tel : +33 494 12 62 02
Fax : +33 494 65 68 18
[Add 011+ before all calls made from USA]
Email : email@example.com
Important! Please note! The IPS administrative offices in Kansas are not involved with Biennial 2002 arrangements. They cannot answer questions. Please do not contact them about this event!
If necessary, you may contact Jacques Deleuze or Steve Swinscoe of the Fous de Palmiers for additional queries that cannot be answered by Madame Estevan.
Currency Fluctuation and Payment Methods: All pricing
is in the European Currency, Euros (€) and all payments must be made in
Euros. Payments in US Dollars (US$) or other currencies will not be accepted.
Havas Voyages will take credit cards (as indicated on the registration form)
making the charge directly in Euros. Your issuing bank will convert that at
their own rates to your national currency, possibly also charging you a small
You may also pay by International Bank Draft or wire transfer to Havas in Euros, with all associated exchange fees and transfer fees to be paid by the person registering.
PASSPORTS AND VISAS: Participants are each responsible for ensuring that they have valid passports (and visas, if required) for their visit to France (or to France, Italy and Spain in the case of the Post Tour). Check with your travel agent about required documentation.
Disclaimer, Itinerary Changes: The Fous de Palmiers
and the International Palm Society have worked for more than two years in developing
the presented itinerary. However, unforeseen weather, economic or political
factors could necessitate changes in the plans or itinerary. Therefore, no absolute
guarantee can be given that the itinerary and its activities as presented will
be followed precisely.
Insurance: Neither the IPS, Fous de Palmier, nor Havas Voyages offer health or accident insurance, trip insurance, or life insurance as part of these events. It is recommended that attendees pursue their individual insurance needs with their own insurance agents. Havas Voyages may be able to help with trip cancellation insurance for a separate fee.
Children Accompanying Adults: Although the Biennial and Post Tour itinerary are not designed for the satisfaction of children, it is possible for children to accompany adults on these events. There are reduced registration fees for children under 12 years of age. Please contact Madame Estevan of Havas Voyages for more on children rates.
Attendees need to fully complete both sides of the enclosed
Registration Form (last pages of this Supplement to Palms) and mail with payment
For those wishing to wire transfer their registration fees, the corresponding bank identification information is:
Account Name: Havas Voyages Clients
Bank Name: CIC - Lyonnaise de Banque
Bank Location (Swift Code): LB NICE
10096 00405 0405806068V 52
No registration payments are to be made to IPS officers or Palm Society personnel. All registration fees must be sent to Havas Voyages. Do not include combined payments for IPS dues, books, etc. with your registration fee payment. Such payments will be returned to Attendee. Payment should be for registration fees only !
*Attendees from all nations must provide payment in € Euros (not your national equivalent) to Havas Voyages, as indicated above. Payment may be by international bank draft, wire transfer or by credit card (see registration form).
*Note: Non-IPS Member attendees must pay a € 60 per registration (spouses and children excepted). See Registration Form.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Havas Voyages must receive all registration forms and payments by August 18, 2002. This is for both Biennial and Biennial Post Tour. Only the first 150 registrations for the Biennial and the first 50 registrations for the Post Tour will be accepted. These are the maximum numbers and space will be assigned on a "first registered, first in" basis.
REFUND POLICY: Strict refund policies described below apply to paid Registration Fees. This policy does not apply to any airline tickets or extra nights' lodging booked separately by attendee.
*Refunds requested on or before August 18, 2002. Full refund,
possibly less a small administration fee.
*No refunds allowed after August 18, 2002.
ALL IPS MEMBERS -