Auberge Manoir de Saint Herem

Address: 29 Grande Rue, Barbizon, Île-de-France, 77630, France | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Barbizon

Paris, Kate, Auctions and Shows!!!

A travel blog entry by benblay211bb on Sep 29, 2013

1 comment, 23 photos

... 60k!! This was for a filly foal by Cassal (Casinos dad!!)
out of a Cassini 1 mare.... unbelievable price for a foal. The top price wasn’t so high this year but
the average price was up more than usual.

The Young Horse Championships were something special. Kate
and I watched the 7 year old final over the 1.40m ‘up hill down dale’ track and
were pretty impressed. If you didn’t already know, Europe has some ...

Visiting Italy - Lake Como

A travel blog entry by christianmeyer on Sep 24, 2013

3 photos

... the mountain.

Then we drive down to Menaggio on Lake Como. Mum says that is where Goerge Clooney hangs out (not sure why but all ladies know about him).

We then go into an Italian restaurant and have Pizza and Crepe. I liked the Pizza. On the way home we try to take the longest road tunnel in the world but that was closed. So we went over the Gotthard Pass again.
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My First Show and Car Troubles

A travel blog entry by benblay211bb on Sep 01, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... arrived late; missing the 1m class meaning the green horses Tetiahora
and Unieme had to go straight into the 1.10m. They jumped like superstars and
were both clean. The other horses I rode were; Icarus, a 5 year old gelding
(who I rode last year) that was bought
at a Fences auction a few years back and a Chacco-Blue 7 year old mare in the
1.15m that is new to the stable. To quickly
sum up, I’ve been jumping all clear rounds except for one, ...

Glad to be back!!!

A travel blog entry by benblay211bb on Aug 18, 2013

2 photos

... and is run by Edouard Couperie, a very good friend of Vickis and great horseman in his own right. It’s also where she has bought horses like Kartoon De Breve, Visage, Infatuation and Ricardo D, so it’s pretty much an international dealing yard and they get people from everywhere coming to try horses( there was even a guy that arrived in a helicopter last year).

This is my second stint over here as Vicki lined a ...

We finally see Ayers Rock

A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Jan 08, 2013

... on in amazement as first one, then two more trolleys loaded high with suitcases were pushed past to be delivered to a lady waiting patiently. It was like a Royal baggage train. The rest of the family then turned up and it was baggage for the grandparents, two sons with wives and two children, but still heaps of baggage to be lugging about. When the train arrived they were at the wrong carriage so were scurrying to move all their baggage. They were still ...