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

A new Aire!

A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 16, 2014

Well. We thought it was new for us but we have been there before parking right next to the river, Souille, which was close to flooding. The notices said that when it floods it is 'brutal' (actual word used on the notice) and should problems arise run and simply follow the evacuation signs to climb into the high parts of the stadium by the football pitch for safety - forget everything and run! We slept OK though as the water was receding. Sue on Skype again to the new ...

Castle country

A travel blog entry by tk2014 on May 12, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... To premise the story it's important to recognise that everywhere we have been has been above our expectations and the weather has been amazing so one city would always have to compare poorly. Unfortunately, that city is Tours. Although visiting Tours has been somewhat underwhelming, the town still appears to be very livable. It has a rich culture dating back to the 11th century mixed with modern conditions (such as a pedestrian shopping ...

Le Tour

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Jul 23, 2013

22 photos

... cash!
Got to our little studio apartment not far from the main part of Nice, which was seriously small in both floorspace and height - it was the top floor and you had to watch your head at times to make sure you didn't bump it. Felt like a giant! Was awesome to be able to cook again and wash clothes, it's amazing how you miss the little things. With everything organised on the home front, we were free to explore Nice, especially the Tour de France publicity tents ...

The wind doth blow, but the vessel is warm.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Nov 02, 2012

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... helped me get going but didnt last. the winds were back to 20 knots by 11:00 So a few locks later finds me tied up at Cusey. it has power but the water is turned off. That might get to be a problem as Red is running out. A word to the canal authourity. Rings are not a suitable replacment for bollards to the solo sailor. One must get off the boat and pass the line throu the ring then back to to a cleat before grabbing the next line. An utter ...

The aussie invasion

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Jun 30, 2012

... big enough to suit. We drove onward till just north of bordaux. yes thats right.  Naturaly we grabbed a couple of bottles of local plonk.3eur  And a bottle of cidre with a champagne cork for 3 eur.  Went well with the pork. AND BAGUETT. I am A fan of French baguettes.  Not the ****** ones we are told is a baguette in coles.  The real deal is never more than a couple of hours old. ...