Mercure Rouen Champ de Mars
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... machine on the bus but that was quickly solved and we set off for Giverny.
It was a short trip (about 7 km) and we finally arrived. The gardens were magnificent - a huge area devoted to cottage garden style plants and then across a road - accessed by a tunnel - the water lily pond and Chinese bridge from one's most famous paintings. It was absolutely gorgeous, surprisingly peaceful, despite the many people there. There were winding paths that ...
... door and got a terrible fright when fixing my hair and the wardrobe slowly began to move - just Jonathan emerging from the toilet!). The decorations were all his own work, and the remodelled furniture, he liked making interiors, he said, had been doing it since giving up being a fingerprint expert and going to identify bodies after the Indonesian tsunami, the only other time he'd met Australians, and thought Australians were alright. Especially for spending 24 hours on ...
... huge cost with the promise of a passage to a better life in the UK only to be stranded in a foreign country with nothing. On the other hand the poor residents of Calais must be sick and tired of living surrounded by dozens of hungry and desperate people.
Murdered in our beds ( well we could gave been)
So, on to our first campsite via our first toll road. I had heard the toll booths were tricky to negotiate in a mh (motorhome) but ...
Monet's Garden – 4th July
A slower start this morning – hanging around
our apartment in the Morais district. It’s really nice round here and people
are very friendly. We shopped for yummy cheeses and breads and I found a lovely
white top – Craig won’t ...
... was out on Trial and burned at the stake for heresy. She was 14 years old the same age if not younger than the boys on the trip. To have lead the army of the King and then be turned upon by "her own people". (France was not unified and the people that tried and killed her were against the King.) I was excited at lunch to go to this cute little restaurant behind the Joan of Arc Memorial. It looked post card perfect. ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed