Fasthotel Rouen Sud Louviers/Val de Reuil
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... pictures cannot convey the simple beauty of Monet’s garden in Giverny. It was a truly memorable day spent with Catherine and Dave meandering the paths overflowing with irises, roses, poppies, and blooms of exquisite color and beauty under the changing skies going from gray clouds to brilliant blue dotted with towering puffs ...
VERNON, JUNE 2, 2015
This morning we are in Vernon, a little French town on the Seine that is very close to Giverny where we are going this morning. It is overcast but not raining and warmer about 68-70 degrees. It is a short ride to Giverny where we have an early private entrance before it is opened to the public. We will have it to ourselves for about an hour. We walk from the bus to the entrance to the gardens. We start out in ...
... took 18 months to build this fortress and was finished in 1197.
After walking down from the fortress, we all gathered and rode a short distance to an apple farm. We had a delightful visit there with the owner and his wife who had a 150 acre farm which they were trying to make sustainable and well as profitable. He raised cider apples and canola. He makes the French drink cidre which is a sparkling apple juice, Pomo, which is ...
... him his daughter in marriage, and he must convert to Christianity. The chief, Rolo accepted and became the first Duke of Normandy. This area did not become French until the 13th century.
Jumiege was finished in the 11th century. It is one of the any abbeys along the Seine but it is perhaps the most famous. It was the largest structure of its kind at the time. It was before the development of ...
... and water recycling systems, which were way ahead of their time, the connections with Napoleons Bonaparte and a wonderful golden grand piano from the early 1700's on which the sweet Russian tour guide played Fur Elise with gusto!
This afternoon we had a special treat. Sandrine is friends with the people who live in the house of the painter Pierre Bonnard, by the Seine river. She arranged for us to visit for coffee and to look around ...