Le Moulin du Bechet

Address: Impasse du Béchet, Croisy-sur-Eure, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27120, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Impasse du B├ęchet, Croisy-sur-Eure.
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      Travel Blogs from Croisy-sur-Eure

      Day 1 - from Amsterdam to Paris

      A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 07, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... br>
      It was time to move on towards Victors parents. First we picked up Victor's girlfriend and then drove to Victor's parents place just outside Paris, in Le Perray en Yvelines. Here we were awaited by Victors' parents and sister. We drank champagne to celebrate a succesfull first day, had a very nice dinner and most important: a very good time together! After dinner it was time to get some rest. Day 1 finished...tomorrow we go to Spain!
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      Monet's house & Giverny

      A travel blog entry by cooperjk55 on Jun 06, 2014

      22 photos

      ... in Giverny. It is the resting place for Monet. Our guide gave is a great history lesson into his life and genealogy! Once we arrived back into town it was a little crazy biking with the traffic. I (Cindy) almost got crushed by a bus. I was riding between it and a row of cars. Many people commented about it when we finally were safe and John (who was behind me) was amazed at my balancing ...

      Kinglish

      A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Feb 18, 2014

      ... the world powers had come together and just created a global language that we all would have to learn. Americans have it too easy now. We don't learn languages because we don't have to. Yes, the world is becoming more global. And yes, it's better if you learn more languages, but with this trajectory, it seems like most people will be able to communicate with one another in English fairly soon. Even I, someone who loves learning languages, find myself having to push past this ...

      It's All Uphill

      A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance on Jan 04, 2014

      8 comments, 1 photo

      ... extremely nice and patient) took me out for another lesson with the oldest child (Claire - 6) to the same spot. Partly because he was much calmer and partly because I'd already practiced quite a bit that day, I managed to move the car uphill without stalling each time. Every time I would manage to balance the clutch and the gas and release the parking brake at the same time, Denis would let out a triumphant "Alright!" Claire joined in after a few tries when ...

      Tales of the River bank

      A travel blog entry by jackospades on May 21, 2011

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... off the road and gets killed. Dangerous driving appears to be a national sport and if you want to make someone’s day, stop at a crossing and let the pedestrians cross. They are usually so shocked they almost pass out with surprise!

      Stefan adapted a small engine he had bought some time ago into a generator for when we moor in the wild. I bought an inverter so that we can run a fridge also without mains power as it was one of the things that I most ...