Ibis Rouen Parc Des Expos Zenith
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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What a magnificent golf course, lovely memories of this place and its in immaculate condition, lucky Linda only walked round with Tia as I won again..! Note, must come back and play here again...! Played it 10 years ago with Dan and Mark, might have been the time Bears weren't the only creatures to *hit in the wood, hey Dan?!!! And I played this also 25 years ago with the Amex Guys from Pyecombe Golf Club... Fond ...
Today was unbelievable. We woke up way early so we had plenty of time to go to Monet's house and gardens, starting the day off eating various pastries on a bank down the street from his house. I had no idea what an accomplished gardener he was, and I can see why his paintings were so picturesque--because he made his surroundings that ...
... with every conceivable type of food you can imagine. On our last night there was a Lumiere Show on the wall of the cathedral a 11 pm. It was very entertaining the way they used computer animation in conjunction with the intricate shapes of the church facade. We are ready to leave the city and need to get out of here and go for a good hike. Hopefully that will be ...
... from a distance. The gardens are fantastic, elaborate fountains round every corner, gold glinting in the sunshine with the water combining to make such a spectacle, no flowers all greenery, shrubs and trees which you would think could look boring but so well done and perfectly groomed, could have happily spent the day just wandered about, again time is an issue and we have to move on all too quickly. I think we were probably lucky to ...
... like the horse! I thought she could do everything...as it should be!
It was a fun relaxing day. We look forward to going to the Musee' d'Orsay soon!
Claude Monet noticed the village of Giverny while looking out of a