They came to France to cruise the Rhone River through Provence on a private, luxurious river boat. It was to be a voyage of discovery, a cruise through the heartland of the French countryside, with visits to the river villages and towns that inspired the great artists of the19th century. The travelers would discover the delights of Provencal cooking, tour the hills of Lyon, see an ancient Papal Palace, and walk the ancient cobbled streets of beautiful Arles, where Vincent Van Gogh painted so many of his masterpieces of Impressionism. Along the way, the passengers also discover each other, as they share the stories of their lives and dreams. At the end of the voyage, they realize the retirement years can be a time of a joyful self-discovery for those who seek it.