Hotel du Golf

1 Rue de la Prevenderie , Coignieres, Île-de-France, 78310 , France | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 1 Rue de la Prevenderie , Coignieres, is near Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte, France Miniature, Abbaye des Vaulx de Cernay, and Jean Monnet Home (Maison Jean-Monnet).
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Travel Blogs from Coignieres

Catacombs

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 05, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... all around us. The sun had come out and allowed us to move on from our haunting experience. It was time for more walking. I had read about another canal (we do know we are slightly obsessed with them, but they are so brilliant!) this one required many stops and changes on the tube. When we got there, we saw many youth, all sitting and talking with wine or beer in their hands, beside the unused canal. People walked their dogs and drunk at standing tables at bars. It was local ...

Tour de France...

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 27, 2014

13 photos

... was noon. It was about 28c. Nothing actually happens at the finish of the Tour de France until 6:30pm. So, we hunkered down under our umbrella and snacked on ham and cheese sandwiches Brad had made for us. The catch-22 was that although we came well supplied with water, there were NO bathrooms. None. We rationed our water carefully despite the heat. Brad decided to scout out the area a bit. Typical Paris, almost everything was closed. ...

Day 11 - Paris

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jul 01, 2014

33 photos

... attention spans, so it worked out well. In addition to Impressionist painting, we're also fans of sculptures, so we thought the Rodin Museum was also very cool. Auguste Rodin was a French sculptor that is well known for several of his sculptures. The one we recognized immediately was "The Thinker" which I'm sure most people have seen in their lifetimes. The museum, which is housed in a beautiful Parisian home in the middle of the city, was very unique and a nice change of ...

J'arrive en Paris

A travel blog entry by alanna21 on May 31, 2014

... As I contined along the Seine I admired the Louvre from the outside, another grand building. My first glimpse of the Eiffel tower I gasped, just a little bit, likely because it was confirmation that I was actually in Paris. I walked to the tower enjoying the views on the way. At this point I'd been wandering for 5 hours in my crochet toms, needless to say "Mes pieds sont tres fatigue". I figured out how to get back to my ...

Pointe Du Hoc, Omaha, Utah and More

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 04, 2014

... with economic sanctions, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor." It made is sound as if we were the aggressor in the fight. Talk about a slanted view of history. And then I about lost it when they condemned the US for using the atomic bomb. They didn't talk about how many American lives we saved by those two bombs. I guess it is a Peace museum, but you don't have to write history to make it come out the way you want it. I was disappointed in ...