Ibis Rouen Parc Des Expos Zenith
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... th century ,but unlike most other towns the walls that were constructed around the cities is still in good condition and the town centre is protected from bad weather and is much quieter from the road noise which is outside the wall. This town is very old and steeps with history. We went on a walking tour of the town and later enjoyed looking at the market place and Window ...
... where her relatives actually of the period of time hid 220 Jews. Our walk took us to the to of the mountain where the wall had been constructed by now stand a lovely small church. We were treated to a organ recital by very good organist who had driven down from Paris to play for us. He has several organs n his collection this being one. He ,mainly Plays in Notre Dome . At 2 pm we set sail for Avignon , along the way we had a short stop ...
... set sail for Viviers where we will spend tomorrow. I then watched a cooking demonstration on how to make crepes , we each had a small glass of Grand-Marnier do as the French do when they cook Chef on sip then a little cooking then another sip and more cooking. It was fun to watch our top chefs cook and then we sampled Very enjoyable. Tonight dinner and maybe a little dancing or just to ...
... It was hard to move forward, or sideways. We decided to do the water lily side of the gardens first. Not as many people on that side - but still enough that Louise was getting cranky at people interfering with her "shots". As predicted, Louise was on fast forward; darting from one flower to another like a bumble bee.
Helen and Connor were, perhaps, not as excited by the gardens as Louise was. "Not completely wowed" I believe Helen ...
... Monets inspiration for his world renown "Water Lily" artworks began. Crossing over the famous Japanese bridge and taking in the marvels of this beautiful garden. We then proceeded to his home- a sweet French style cottage with an extremely large dining room, lounge room and over 10 bedrooms. Why so many rooms? Fun fact: Oscar Claude Monet married his wife Janet and had 2 boys. There happened to be a banker in town who loved Monets artwork and invited Monet ...