hotelF1 Rouen Louviers Le Vaudreuil

Address: 123 rue Bernard Chedeville, Le Vaudreuil, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27100, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 123 rue Bernard Chedeville, Le Vaudreuil, is near Aitre St-Maclou and Chateau de Bizy.
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Travel Blogs from Le Vaudreuil

Day 18 Friday 6th November

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 06, 2015

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... has now only 4. As the economy is not good in France a lot of renovation is having to wait This afternoon is rest time and tonight after dinner we will be entertained by a tenor. Our cabin has a little enclosed verandah with has the ability to have the window down which is approximately half way, so it is very pleasant to sit and enjoy the fresh air and surrounds whilst in our own ...

Day 17 Thursday 5th November

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 05, 2015

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... where her relatives actually of the period of time hid 220 Jews. Our walk took us to the to of the mountain where the wall had been constructed by now stand a lovely small church. We were treated to a organ recital by very good organist who had driven down from Paris to play for us. He has several organs n his collection this being one. He ,mainly Plays in Notre Dome . At 2 pm we set sail for Avignon , along the way we had a short stop ...

Day 16 Wednesday 4th November

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 04, 2015

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Tournon-Tain Two very interesting Rhone towns sit facing each other with records dating back to the Middle Ages. Tain-L'Hermitage sits on the left bank of the Rhone at the bottom of the Hermitage hills. Tour on sits on the right bank of the Rhone clustered around its massive castle , originally the main protection of the town. much of the wall is most of the towers are no longer ...

From Caen to Rouen, France

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 26, 2015

... a raspberry tart, too. No snack place in the US would have such a marvelous selection of pastries! One good/bad thing about visiting this part of France is that they get a lot of English visitors, so everyone dealing with tourists speaks English. It's convenient, but I don't get to practice my French too much. Isabelle was pleased that I was willing and able to speak French with her. We took some scenic routes on the way to Rouen, passing thru the ...

A dream come true

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 28, 2015

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... Hunger and exhaustion won in the end and we exited through the inevitable gift shop, picking up a couple of presents for our artistic grandchildren. Lunch in the village cafe and then a long wander home along Rue du Claude Monet, dropping in to galleries that line the road, looking at the church and grave of Monet (we didn't realise he was actually buried here), lighting a candle in the church and praying for our families, feeling lucky ...