B&B Hotel Evreux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Louis XIV, XV, XVI) and the Orleans. At the chapel at Dreus all the Orleans are buried including the first of that line Louis Phillip. It is a beautiful chapel with beautiful stained glass windows made by the Sevres factory. The statues on the tombs are beautifully carved. It is set on a high hill overlooking a small French village.
We then went to the Abbey des VAux de Cernay. This is now a hotel ...
... great artists finding inspiration here.
Local picnickers decorate the table with huge peonies along with their bread, cheese, wine all with local cows, fields of poppies, and a cobalt sky as a backdrop.
Our day in Giverny: What a lovely lovely day-made even more special because it was shared with Catherine and ...
... this part of the garden. There is a little boat in the pond that is very similar to the one that Monet used. He actually painted from the boat to get different perspectives of the pond.
After walking through the pond garden we walked thru the tunnel under the road to the gardens that are immediately outside of Monet’s house. The gardens are always in full bloom because there is a staff of about 12 gardeners that are ...
... at the same time but Phillip returned first and started taking over William’ lands. When Richard returned in 1194, he was determined to stop Phillip’s expansion. Phillip was headquartered in Paris. Richard's lands were mainly in Normandy. He picked this site in Les Andelys to build a fortress because it had a strategic advantage which was that is had long views of the Seine both in the direction of Paris and toward the ...
... it was closed and there would be no pancakes! It was cold and getting dark and we were a long way from the centre of town and any other restaurants and not really sure what to do. We had no choice but to call Sandrine and ask her to ring a taxi, but she insisted on coming to get us and helping us find somewhere else to eat. We had a lovely meal in the end (chose lamb as agneau was the only word I recognised on the menu!,) but our dramas ...