Auberge du Gros Marronnier

Address: 3 place de l'Eglise , Senlisse, Yvelines, Ile-de-France, 78720 , France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3 place de l'Eglise , Senlisse.
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Travel Blogs from Senlisse

Rediscovering Houat

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Jul 02, 2015

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Port Haliguan - Houat
On 2nd July we decided it was time to leave Lorient and sail to Port Haliguan. We woke to thunder and lightening and heavy rain but we needed to leave the marina by 10am at the latest so the the tide would be with us. Thankfully the rain stopped as we left the pontoon but as we were leaving the port of Lorient the wind suddenly gusted and increased dramatically. I was on the helm with just the main up I asked David to put ...

A lazy weekend

A travel blog entry by tuross11 on May 17, 2015

... for an ice cream yum yum. Had my favorite Pistachio and vanilla. Arrived back home and all three of us had a siesta. Having a light supper this evening and I think an early bedtime might be in order. Sunday: Woke late, breakfasted on eggs, baguette and coffee and the Caro and I are off to the market in St Martin de la Brasque, a village close by. ...

TWH - Week 3 part II

A travel blog entry by jrdlcr on May 17, 2014

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... campsite near Mondsee, and sampled the local specialties in their restaurant.

After a night of torrential rain, we woke to fine weather. Salzberg today. Went to the park and ride at the exhibition centre, and were met by hundreds of people dressed in white. It was a Sunday which should have been a clue; it was the first of three special healing sessions, explained to us by a helpful Austrian lady who ...

Le Tour

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jul 23, 2013

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... the agenda and Croatia was going to get the flick. Liz drove Dan to a couple of wineries for a taste test (a bit awkward because of the language barrier with the old ducks running the show) and we checked out the town and the lavender farm and distillery, where Lizzie got some sweet gardening tips. Hired a canoe for a paddle down the river, watching eagles soaring and swooping above, the canyon walls on each side and a couple of little rapids. Was great fun, even with ...

Found the french countryside, LOTS of it

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 31, 2012

... it seems no two locks are the same. some have the bollards in completely different places. Some the switch is on the other side. Some you have to pass the radar switch fast or it doesnt see you so you have to back up a hundred meters and pass it again. Some the remote control clicker needs several goes. But as there is no one else on the river, i have time. I passed a boat going downstream early this morning. So all the locks have been left empty ...