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... train travel this trip - hope it's not an omen for the Trans-Siberian Railway trip!!!!!!
It all turned out well and we arrived safely in Vernon which is the station nearest Giverny. We then had to catch a shuttle bus to take us the rest of the way and we lined up with our American friends as well as an Aussie couple who told us the story of the stuck door as it was in the carriage they were in. We all held our breath when there was a problem with ...
... a lot of Cezannes I rather liked. The furnishings were interesting, the rooms all still as they had been, not a large house but so light and simple and lovely views of the garden of course. No photos allowed inside. We spent an hour or so there and had to head back for Rouen, this time deciding to take the tollway, as much faster. Which it was, and in fact only one section was toll, for which we'd saved more than enough coins, and there was a person in the toll ...
... 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 ...
... but I haven’t bought a white top for ages.
Mary and I then took the Metro and picked up our City Vision bus tour to
Giverny to Monet’s Garden and house. What magnificent countryside Paris has –
very green and lush. It does seem like a wealthy country. The bus tour was very
Claude Monet’s house ...
... English king that spoke only French and left his kingdom in the hands of his brother while he went off to crusade against the infidel. There were a number of attractive sites ( the Joan d'Arc monument/church not being one of them) it's just that the city looked tired and unloved, and nobody, including us, seemed to want to spend much time in it. We had lunch and decided that we have seen enough so we decided to get the car and drive on. After the usual ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking