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

Leaving Carcassone Arriving Lyon

A travel blog entry by lusan on Sep 19, 2014

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... make matters worse we are chased down thedirty Lyonesee street by gypsies yelling at us "English you give us money"Keep your head down and walk as fast as you can they are quite drunk.


And so off we go very early the next morning to pick up our car fromthe parkingg station it is Euro 35.00 to leave it all day and only E6.00for overnightt It means we are out for 12 hours every day we are here.










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Travels with Harry the Hurricane Week 2

A travel blog entry by jrdlcr on May 12, 2014

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... my way through 21. To say the gears were crunching was an understatement.

Moved on to Pilsensee. Very pretty site on side of the lake, with perfect Bavarian backdrop of wooded hills and distant mountains. Cycled again - to Herrsching, past some very expensive looking lakeside properties. Spent the afternoon doing household chores - washing clothes and car cleaning. Site is a bit exposed so a bit draughty when the wind blows and boy, does it ...

Just basque-ing in the sun.

A travel blog entry by brae88 on Jul 13, 2013

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... and thought a siesta would brighten the mood, except that we slept all through the night and missed some of the main acts of the festival. I spent the next few nights in Bilbao with the lovely Amy. We explored the old city and had a delicious dinner. Bilbao is famous for its architecture and sculptures and it didn't disapoint. I really enjoyed the city, it was very different to any other cities I have visited. From there, I booked myself into a single room in Madrid. ...

Red aground, sort of.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 24, 2012

... How many of us can say that? Today was cold yes. It topped 19c in the middle of the day but as soon as we turned the corner it dropped back again. 16c Winter has arriveth. In the lower rhone the trees were a dirty yellow showing signs of dropping leaves. Up here they have turned a beutiful bright gold and burgandy red shot through with the white of the spruce trees. Half the trees are bare already. Just the hint of the cosy smell of a log fire somewhere and add to that, ...

Ever North...

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 11, 2012

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... surrounding the town.
And all this was done with not a D9, a backhoe or a front-end-loader in sight...Amazing. It was a cute little place, but apart from its very shape, nothing too much else special that we could see. There were in various places, later additions done in the 1800s which, by comparison looked almost new.
From this photo you can get some idea of how squeezy the roads get at times...Recently I noticed a couple of little abrasions on the back side of the ...