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

Day 4 Beaujolais Wine Region

A travel blog entry by victoriatravels on Jul 06, 2015

... twister has not helped it. Anyways we then moved into Pictionary which was loads of fun!! We ended up going to bed at about 12 30 or so. So much for an early night and packing our bags.

By now Jess had been having a blocked nose and sore throat. I wanted to avoid anything nasty and upped the cal c vita intake. Which didn’t work as I woke up with a blocked nose. I hoped it was nothing and would go away though. I was very ...

Lovely fishing port

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Jun 18, 2015

23 photos

Audierne to Guilvinec
After a calm night at anchor in the bay at Audierne after our channel crossing we decided to revisit Gilvinec, leaving our anchorage at 4pm, we had a brilliant sail, with the wind behind us. To start off we motor sailed with just the main up but it wasn't long before we turned the engine off and put the genoa up and just relaxed, the sea was flat and the wind wasn't at all cold.
When we arrived we were delighted to see the pontoon was ...

Loire Valley, Eiffel Tower & Paris

A travel blog entry by 2014vivien-mal on Aug 23, 2014

30 photos

... quite a task for the day, as he was speaking three languages, French, English and Spanish/Portuguese and did an excellent job keeping everybody informed
Next Chateau was Chenonceau (my favourite) with a gallery built over the River Cher with the story of the wife (Catherine de'Medici) and the mistress (Diane de Poiters) competing for supremacy in running the household. The Chateau is quite a long walk through the forest on the ...

On the Cote D'Azur, French Riviera

A travel blog entry by cindi-glen on Sep 27, 2013

2 comments, 25 photos

... not speak English, so we type "peanut butter" into our tablet translator app. It translates, and he takes a thoughtful moment, and then does the international hand gesture of spreading something with a knife. "Oui !", we say, and he takes us over to the International Foods aisle ( ! ) and locates a small jar, made with peanuts from the USA. That's hilarious, and I did not think to look there myself. It IS an international food to the ...

We think we are in couvort?

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Nov 10, 2012

We are out. Finaly finnished the Marne Soane canal. 114 locks at an average of 12 locks per day. Our best were around 9 minutes a lock. Most of that time is spent waiting for it to fill or empty. We passed through Vitry la Francoise. the workshop our firends had told us would help with Klaus is closed as its saturday. As the coupling is holding I decided that it was dumb to waste three days there waiting ...