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CONFLANS STE. HONORE
Today we are in Conflans Ste. Honore. This is where many of the barges gather before they go down the Seine In the 1800’s it was a site of gathering of the boatmen. We took the short drive to the town of Auvers sur Oise. It was to this town that Vincent Van Gogh came in 1890. He arrived on the train and quickly found a room that was over a ...
... famed bridges.
We walked through Monets’s house with his light-filled studio overlooking the garden, his wonderful dining room, and homey kitchen. ...
... We had smoked salmon served with soft yellow peppers, tomatoes and a mustard sauce. Very generous serving and wonderful. I chose chicken which came roasted with cachews and a ginger sauce and lar had a fillet cooked med-rare to perfection. We were so pleased, i had another glass of wine and Lar a second beer, Leffe, of course. Took a taxi home as rain was threatening........and so to bed
History of Hermitage:
Skip this if you wish. This place is just ...
... is of a grandfather with about a four year old boy in a wheelbarrow standing on the roadway as we passed. A little red wagon substitute in the small village. The next day, we headed to Auvers-sur-Oise to visit the town where Vincent Van Gogh spent the last three months of his life. Unlike Monet, Van Gogh was poor. To begin with, he was considered bi-polar at best and plum crazy at the other end. He never was able to have a steady job and relied on his ...
... in a sealed wrapper.
We arrived at Creil and then moved further along to a mooring near the only tap (5 people on board and very hot boat, so water is needed). John had to string all 3 of our hoses to reach the tap, even though we were second boat away from the tap. The kids chilled out on the bank side under a tree, Isi went for a rest while Dawn and John went to find the train station for times and tickets etc. for their ...