Campanile Rouen Parc Expo
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A bit of a hectic start today trying to find our way to the right train station by 8.00 with several train changes to get there. Made it with 2 mins to spare!! The gardens were absolutely stunning! How beautiful and serene it must have been in Monet's day, to meander under the arbours or sit on the Japanese bridge and just be. After lunch at a nearby ...
... rooms, hung in the manner
chosen by the master himself; the gardens were replanted as they once
were. The house became a popular tourist attraction (the Claude Monet Foundation), particularly in the summer when the flowers are in bloom.
The other main attraction of the village is ...
... river cruise ships thee was another one of those beaches set up for kids. And can you believe it it actually was just opening. So another round on the boats, and a rope climbing type course was a great way to fill an hour. Quinn was amazing on the ropes no surprise as she is a good climber. The young people are always quote nice to children it is just as they get older and ...
... friends! The rides were fairly lame mostly get on a helicopter, duck, plane etc and go around in a circle. We did go on a fun water slide type ride and shot at some pirates which was kind of fun. The horses were a bit with Quinn as we got to ride on them around a track, plus they had some good playgrounds and some sort of ball shooting park. The rules seemed very hazy and Quinn was not allowed on several rides when we clearly ...
... garden with a huge variety of flowers from roses through to gladioli, chrysanthemums, lillies, delphiniums, daisies, impatiens and others I couldn't identify but admired anyway. The Japanese garden with its iconic bridge was across the road and a path wound around it where we duly shuffled with the multitude. A gardener in a boat retrieving dead reeds was the centre of thousands of photos! Back to the house itself which typified Monet's love of colour with ...