Les Bords de Seine Hotel-Restaurant

Address: 21 rue du Docteur Duval, La Roche-Guyon, Île-de-France, 95780, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21 rue du Docteur Duval, La Roche-Guyon, is near Claude Monet's House and Gardens, American Museum (Musee d'Art Americain), and Chateau de La Roche-Guyon.
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        • Free parking

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        Travel Blogs from La Roche-Guyon

        Happy Bastille Day!!

        A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 14, 2015

        1 photo

        ... and told us a bit about the building which is always helpful. It was cool to learn about the front facade and its meaning going from bottom to top. It was designed to make people look towards heaven. We decided to head back to the Eiffel Tower. We kinda went off track a little bit and it worked out great. We ended up finding a supermarket, bakery and a bottle shop. All basics covered. We had to sit around for about three hours or so but it was fun ...

        Southern Somme Battlefields

        A travel blog entry by kengill52 on May 06, 2015

        16 photos

        ... for this purpose. Our last stop of the day was at the Lochnagar crater. This is one of two craters detonated on the first day of the Somme Campaign and is the sole survivor. The other crater was filled in by French farmers eager for more farm land. The crater is huge, being created by the detonation of 27 tons of buried explosive. Spectacular? Yes. Effective? No. 26,000 British troops would perish on that fateful day. We made it back to Amiens ...

        The ANZAC element of our trip

        A travel blog entry by colgaz on Apr 24, 2015

        11 comments, 14 photos

        ... than walk. Our transport was the 3.40 am bus,.. a 22 seater that was to do a number of shuttle runs to the memorial. The weather prediction was for a day with showers. As we left our campsite , the rain ( call it a monotonous drizzle rather than rain) started,.. and it was cold. There were something like 120 buses (of varying size) ferrying 'devotees' to the service from all points of the compass, and the foot traffic was also pretty heavy,.. at 3.45 am! ...

        The Road to Paris

        A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Sep 01, 2014

        4 photos

        Sunday morning and a relaxing day was called for, in part because we had power, good connections for our phones and warmish day. We thought that we should tackle the blog and see if we could master it. Later on Stephen went for a cycle down to St Martin and Vernon, the streets were quiet and the cark parks empty. The French seem to take Sunday seriously, not a bad thing and great for cycling. He found a small patisserie at the bottom of the hill ...

        We have arrived!

        A travel blog entry by dannjess on Jul 27, 2014

        44 photos

        ... was respected.

        Jens Voigt's farewell

        Chavanel (IAM Cycling) was the first attacker as the race really
        started on the Champs-Elysées. Jens Voigt (Trek) was the next one and it
        look like a lap of honour for the soon-to-be retired rider at the age
        of 43. The German veteran won ...