La Musardiere

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

      A travel blog entry by stanfield24 on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... of the many Cezannes, Renoirs and Gaugins - plus his own paintings - hanging in the same spot as CM apparently had them. Even the garden is somewhat of a museum - a restoration of an icon rather than anything particularly gob-smacking or innovative. All that said, it's everything I had expected & hoped for - and so very satisfied to have experienced ...

      Monet's House and Garden by Hamish

      A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... to look inside, where you would make your way through in a linear fashion. which included his painting studio as the premier attraction in the house. The garden has been kept very well by the people working there and is in excellent shape. There are many ponds containing the water lilies mentioned before as well as many other plants in the water, which were clearly his favourite. I walked over his Japanese bridge over the pond. There were also ground-grown flowers, ...

      Bayeux, Honfleur, Giverny, Paris

      A travel blog entry by belldallas on Jul 27, 2014

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      Tracy started the morning by visiting The Bayeux Tapestry, a "genuine work of propaganda" told on a 70 meter long woolen embroidered tapestry created in 1066. It recounts William Duke of Normandy's conquest of England. Then we drove an hour to a charming seaside village called Honfleur where we walked around the port, visited shops and had a bite of lunch. It was perfect for a quick stop, and then back in the car to head to Giverny. An hour ...

      Armistice Day

      A travel blog entry by jackospades on Nov 11, 2010

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      ... a good account of how the war affected those living in the Pyrenees and was very surprised at the difference between the occupied zone in the north and the 'free' or Vichy run zone in the south. There were even concentration camps along the coast near Banyuls for the Spanish fleeing Franco and French Jews. The book is hard going at times, but very interesting and does make you think about what life would have been like in the UK under German ...

      A perfect Parisian day

      A travel blog entry by amyhuva on Jan 30, 2008

      ... both cold and miserable, but they are pretty spectacular even in the rain. From Versailles I took the train back to Paris and had a long lunch in a cafe near the Musee D'Orsay in order to dry out and warm up and then went through the Musee which is in an old railway station and really beautiful. I reveled for several hours in many Degas, Picasso, Monet, Manet, Seurat etc before seeing the weather clear up, so with my chance of clear skies made quick tracks to ...