Chateau de Grossoeuvre

Address: Grande Rue, Grossoeuvre, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27220, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Grande Rue, Grossoeuvre.
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Travel Blogs from Grossoeuvre

Easter Monday

A travel blog entry by mccritec on Apr 06, 2015

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... a beautiful church over 1000 years old. It was special to hear the organ music before Easter Monday mass. This afternoon was spent at Giverny - Monet's garden and home. Can't express just how good the food and service have been so far!! The French do pastries & desserts so ...

Day 1 - from Amsterdam to Paris

A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 07, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... a mini golf course on it's roof rack and brought 1000 balls and clubs for practice swings in the desert. Amazing! The oldest car of the challenge is 26 years old and Arthur wished them some additional luck. He also mentioned one of the participants of last years contacted the organization mentioning he had a helicopter and would fly above the highway to make some videos. Yes....he has a helicopter. Crazy but cool!

At 11:00 the ...

Starting Down the Seine

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... site of where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake. I knew the outcome, but knew little of the stroy. Seems Joan was around eighteen (some considered her a little off her track), when she approached the King of France and said she would retake the territory that the Normans had taken from France. He gave her a horse, a sword, and some men and away she went. She was pretty successful until she was captured and subsequently burned at the stake. Across from the ...

The Road to Paris

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Sep 01, 2014

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... home a couple of goodies which complemented a nice dinner.

Sydney branch recommended that we visit La Roche Guyon castle, built into the face of a cliff and where Rommel hunkered down during WW2. The place is amazing, unfortunately missing most of its art and furnishings. We climbed to the top and were rewarded by a sky high view of the Seine and surrounding country side. We enjoyed a late picnic lunch by the river, a beautiful clear ...


A travel blog entry by yakero on May 04, 2014

After a wonderful breakfast at the Marriott ambassador we rode the shuttle to the Eiffel Tower port. There we took a boat tour along the Seine viewing many beautiful monuments and buildings. We continued to our ship the River Baroness where we settled into our very tiny room, #104. Great location quite close to the restaurant and registration ...