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

Friggen Peripherique....

A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on Oct 11, 2015

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... 6, 1944 was a "no-go"? What would our world today be like? Luckily, we will never know as the world came together, for once, to fight evil and won. I wonder what would happen if that occurred today?

After a somber morning, we left the farmlands and headed back towards Paris. In a total contrast, our next stop was Monet's Home and Garden, where many of his famous paintings were created. The cloudy day had turned into a sunny ...

Morning in Lyon cruise to Vienne

A travel blog entry by daveandwendy on Oct 07, 2015

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... ride to the top of the town. We had a panaromatic view of the city and region. We also were able to see an ancient Roman Theater that was built around 40-50 AD. The theater is still used today for summer jazz concerts. Dave and I both found this town very pleasant and filled with many well preserved historical buildings.
Dave and I have met many interesting and fun people to share our trip with. We have been amazed how many people ...

Visit to Monet's House

A travel blog entry by janehudon on Sep 23, 2015

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... the garden to admire all its perspectives.
To get to the water garden you go through an underground passage (at the time of Monet it was necessary to cross the railway and the road). You will step on the Japanese bridge and explore all the hidden recesses of the water garden.
After Claude Monet's death in 1926, his son Michel inherited the house and garden of Giverny. He did not live there and it was Monet's step-daughter Blanche who took care of the ...

A dream come true

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 28, 2015

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... Our room is so spacious that the B and B room in Dublin would fit in the bathroom! It is surrounded by beautiful gardens and the whole countryside is bursting with spring glory. We continue to be entranced by the age of the buildings and the picturesque stone and feel as if we are living in a postcard beside the ever present River Seine.

Sandrine took one look at us last night and offered to book a restaurant and drive us there! ...


A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jul 14, 2014

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... early in the morning, it was only a short drive into Bergerac City and we soon found the bike shop and parking but it was only 8.30 and nothing opened until 9.30. We left both bikes chained to the railing outside the shop and had a walk into town. It was a gorgeous old place with narrow cobbled streets and crooked warped buildings. We found a statue of a big nosed musketeer looking chap taking pride and place for all to see but I have no idea who he was. Something to look up later. ...