La Musardiere

Address: 123, rue Claude Monet, Giverny, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27620, France | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Giverny

      Medieval and Impressionist

      A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 08, 2014

      31 photos

      ... pots, chopping block, cabinets, and counters, everything's!

      The grounds consisted mostly of gardens and, of course, the lily pond where he did some of his most famous works. His studio has been restored to the times he was there (1886-1926). He would be sad to know that the studio, which is huge, is now being used as the gift shop. But, I would ...

      Monet's House and Garden by Hamish

      A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 10, 2014

      17 photos

      ... started drawing characters when he was a small school boy around the age 8-10. He sold them and made some money. Some of his famous paintings were of Lilly Pads and his Japanese garden. He liked using lots of colour in his paintings. When he got older his eye sight became bad because of cataracts and he painted in darker colours. He had one cataract removed and after that he could see how dark and grey his recent paintings were that he destroyed most of them. There was ...

      Give me more of Giverny!

      A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Jul 31, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      All the rain from yesterday has disappeared; Giverny really is the perfect French village, narrow lanes, stone walls, gardens that are a riot of colors and plants all competing with each other to be more important. English gardens had all been so ordered and contained whereas the French appear in disarray but it has a wonderful effect. ...

      Paris to Conflan

      A travel blog entry by debz2653 on Oct 03, 2011

      13 photos

      ... leaving Versailles we rode through more heavy traffic, up & down more hills in the hot afternoon sun. The long 2km uphill was too much with many walking most of it, which was just as hard as riding. At the top and around the corner there was an amazing viewpoint, then it was through the park in front of another palace to a shop nearby where we all stocked up on water. We headed out of Saint Germaine en ...

      The Battle of Versailles

      A travel blog entry by patti-k on Aug 15, 2010

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... of wills, using my box-outs from b-ball days to create obstacles, yet the Asian snake still found a way to insinuate into the next room, always ahead of us.

      The opulence of the palace was fascinating none-the-less. The views from the windows over the gardens was breathtaking. Mom quickly took issue with the upkeep of the crystal chandeliers, noting their dustiness, and dull emittance of light ...