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R. N.-D. de Recouvrance, Orleans, Loire Valley, Centre, 45000, France | Hotel

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French Impressionism

A travel blog entry by joelplotnek


... Japanese foot bridges and famous water lilies by passing under the road by a foot tunnel. The gardeners' boats, which serve a practical purpose allowing the lake to be cleaned, add a nice touch, especially with the gardener standing up in the boat collecting dead water lilies, which provided a nice contrast for the 1001 pictures I snapped. We walked around the lake twice as the sun finally came out and changed the light and shade of the garden. One American woman came ...

Paris - the last hoorah

A travel blog entry by rhogrefe


... we are keen to squeeze in some rest days as well.
Needless to say, we didn't get it all done, but gave it a good bash.
We kicked of with Notre Dame, a spectacular church situated on the Citie, which is a small island (2 actually) on the Seine right in the heart of Paris. This island is the place of the first real Parisians. Inside the church its quiet modest compared to its external appearance, but still quite impressive. We opted out ...

Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans

A travel blog entry by royle


Bruce told me a bit of the history of the hundred years wars between France and England and that one of the major characters during this time was Joan of Arc who led the french army to victory over the English in several key battles. This allowed the coronation of Charles VII for the french crown. She was subsequently captured by Burgundians, sold to the English who paid a Bishop to try and convict her as a heretic and sentenced her to be burnt her at the stake, Joan was ...


A travel blog entry by mike_angela


... everyone. Gillian smiled as we delivered breakfast in bed to her again this morning, "I could really get used to this!" We met Angela's godmother, Christina, and her husband, Adrian, around 10 am at our hotel. We haven't seen them for 13 years when we last we visited them in London. We had breakfast at a corner cafe La Turrene Royal (not too impressed as the food was so-so, overpriced, and there was only 1 server who couldn't manage all ...


A travel blog entry by levi.w.francis


... Nazi Germany. We were picked up at a nearby hotel, and with 6 other people, took a 2.5 hr. drive there. We learned about the beaches that were stormed (mainly Utah and Omaha, but also Juno, Sword, and Gold), sat inside actual German bunkers, and actually got to stand on the beach and get the same perspective allied soldiers would have had. It was a powerful experience. We also visited the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, were allied soldiers that died in the ...


This hotel, located on R. N.-D. de Recouvrance, Orleans, is near Une Journee au Cirque, Elysee Palace, Le Bonhomme de Bois, and Anne Sémonin Atelier de Beauté.
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