Kyriad Rouen Centre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... pictures cannot convey the simple beauty of Monet’s garden in Giverny. It was a truly memorable day spent with Catherine and Dave meandering the paths overflowing with irises, roses, poppies, and blooms of exquisite color and beauty under the changing skies going from gray clouds to brilliant blue dotted with towering puffs ...
... Most of the gardens are planted with perennials with irises and roses predominating. All of the flowers are beautiful. Many are planted like Monet’s palette with blocks of all one color flower. After wandering through this beautiful garden, we then went into Monet’s house which is decorated pretty much as it was when he lived there. It is a pretty little house. It is not grand, but more like a cottage. My ...
... mixed with apple juice and apple brandy, and apple jelly. We got to taste the apple cider which I didn’t care for and the apple brandy (calvados) which was good. They have to call theirs apple brandy not calvados because they are not in the calvados district (like champagne). As you can tell from the photos they also had beautiful flowers everywhere. It was a lovely visit and then we returned to the ship for lunch and an ice cream ...
... figures on plain backgrounds to shaded lifelike figures with detailed backgrounds as the Renaissance got closer. I won't look at pre-Renaissance art the same way again.
At one point we left the exhibit and entered a large bright interior courtyard with a beautiful statue and flowers and three huge paintings. We especially enjoyed having Nancy point out the artists' techniques. Since she's a wonderful artist in pastels, she gave us a glimpse ...
... and Kate did get pretty tired of the “scenic” route that the navigation decided to take us on. Fortunately no car sickness though! As we came around the final bend and first had a chance to see Rocamadour we were immediately very pleased that we made the drive. In a seemingly impossible feat of engineering it looks as though an entire small town and several large churches were carved right into the side of the cliff overlooking a beautiful green ...