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

Another departure cliche . . . hmmm. At a loss.

A travel blog entry by melindam on Jun 07, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

We are off for the summer in France tomorrow. Euros purchased, RV and apartment reservations complete, phone service suspended and phones ready for European SIMs, one carry-on bag each packed (with an empty duffel inside ready to return full), passports, sunhats, journals, and our Oyster card packed.

The Oyster card is for London's Tube. I don't mean to brag (actually, I'm bragging like mad), but I'm going to be a MineCon 2015 agent the first weekend in July. I ...

Another busy, wonderful day!! Sunday,family day!

A travel blog entry by kwolf319 on Sep 14, 2014

1 photo

Sorry I have been remiss in writing. So much to do, it wears me out! Today we started by walking across the Seine River to catch a 'jump on and off' bus' In front of the Musee Orsay. We toured the city with good audio explanations of history, witnessed almost continuous traffic jams and were very grateful we were not driving. Steve was ready to take the next train to the country! We ...

2000 yr old river town.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 21, 2012

3 photos

... the correct words for next time. Turns out, Same as I have been using, which usualy causes confusion. I think it was when he changed to english. For english, "we are downstream means we are, well, downstream of the lock.  But in translation it means we are heading downstream. Montant means you are downstream wanting to go up the mountain. Avant means the opposite. if you think its confusing here. Try it on a VHF that makes it sound like they are talking ...

The Arse of France

A travel blog entry by kayyendole on May 31, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

Here we are in the **** of France!!!!!!!
Did I mis-pronounciate that? Actually not ...we really are in the Ars en Rae on the I'lle de Re.
We have to say it is lovely here. A small island where there is peace and quiet; something we cherish. It may not be the same in the real holiday season but we already feel it's a place worth coming back to.
Apart from our campsite which is metres away from the sea we have looked at Ars En Re which is delightful .. Les ...

Short and Steep

A travel blog entry by mjc63 on Jul 20, 2011

1 comment, 14 photos

... the climb to the top is only 4.4kms. Never have the statistics of a climb so poorly reflected the effort required to climb it. This short climb was easily the steepest sustained climb we had done. One kilometer in particular was all between 11 and 14%!
Tommy reached the top first followed by myself and Jeff. We all enjoyed the climb despite it being so steep. Our stop for the day was still 27kms away but now at least it was all down hill.
The last 10kms into St ...