Hotel Le Dandy
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Dandy Rouen
We loved the charming slightly nautical decor of the room. We had a great view onto the street. The owner of the hotel was very friendly and gave us restaurant recommendations for dinner. The only problem was that the Internet connection did not work in the room - only the lobby.
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Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the memorial was built between 1928 and 1932 and is the largest British battle memorial in the world. It was inaugurated by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) in the presence of Albert Lebrun, President of France, on 1 August 1932. The unveiling ceremony was attended by Lutyens.
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... for the days ahead rather than total big bags we were off to La Rochelle which is an area in the South West of France. It has a history of being English and French and fought for its independence also. It has been a fishing village since the 12th century and is heavily based around the old port which is highlighted by the three towers. The trip was about 2 hours based mainly on two lanes going one way rather than the typical three with similar scenery of trees and ...
... lots of other well-known painters of the time, but also paintings by French artists we're not generally familiar with. There was one whole room devoted to pastels and Nancy again took us inside her artist's mind as she described the techniques and interesting attributes of the paintings. By this time we had reached our art museum limit and were all getting a bit hungry..
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