Hotel De La Tour
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... with his own paintings including portraits of his wife and two sons.
You have to take a tunnel under the road to get to the Japanese garden where the water lilies grow. We took a few thousand photos as every step revealed a beautiful scene you wanted to take with you. Gretchen kept stopping to smell flowers and Lars kept pointing to every pretty flower. It was a really good ...
Today was one of the days I was really looking forward to, a visit to Monets Gardens in Giverny and because the Museum we were supposed to go to was closed we were scheduled to visit musee de la nacre.
We left Bayeux in mist and rain and travelled for about 2 hours, and suddenly the sun shone as we arrived. The two gardens are even more beautiful than his paintings, I could have stayed there forever. ...
I haven't mentioned the weather much, except the Mont St. Michel tempest, but it has been raining or trying to rain much of the time for all of our days in France. The only good weather was the late aft./eve of our beaches tour on Sunday. Today it rained constantly from 9 to 6, with a high of 60. Touring Rouen on foot in the rain wasn't so bad, but seeing Monet's garden with umbrellas was a pity. We are tired of having wet feet. Who knew that I should have brought ...
... to Orleans had 2 nights here in the shade much quieter played Rummikub with a French couple still hot, then on to Chartres had dinner in Creperie weather a bit cooler staying in Oissel for 2 nights before catching the ferry from Dieppe on Wednesday 8th July.
We have now booked our 3 months in Australia leave on the 13th October not sure what we will do in the mean time? By the time you get this blog I would think we will back. ...
The pilgrimage to Monet's garden in Giverny sums up so much about Paris - expensive, cumbersome, crowded but ultimately richly rewarding. Bumbled our way via metro to St Lazard, then overground train to Vernon and finally bus to Giverny - about 80km north-west of Paris. Hard to complain about tourists when you're one yourself however whatever zen Claude ...