La Residence Normande
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Spanish, & Japanese) but of course Lars and I already knew most of it from the Monet books we've read. The walk to the house weaved through his flower gardens, which were incredible. Even in early September, everything was in bloom and bees were busy pollinating. Walking through the pink house was surreal. The walls were covered with Japanese prints, which Monet loved. His studio ...
... br> I need not have worried.
German lady moved, Workman 1, lit up a cigarette, sat on the towbar of the shredder and smoked. Workman 2, got his sandwiches out and proceeded to munch away. Workman 3, the driver, disappeared in the pickup and, returned, about 15 minutes later with coffees and more food.
About two hours later, just before we left, work commenced.
Council workers in France are clearly ...
... broken my camera, and have some photos on my phone, but can't get them on to my iPad at this stage.Today they are making amazing jewellery from these buttons, some of the women went crazy buying things, but I just think of Paua shell tacky NZ stuff. Believe it or not at the back of the shop there were some pretty awful Paua shell things for sale, made in NZ. They also make domino sets out of bones.
... t afford to pay pensions to them all. Cigarette smoking was just catching on in France due to the American soldiers' habits. So, the French government started cigarette franchises and only disabled vets could get them. In each village or local vicinity, each vet had a monopoly! That is the only store where you can get tobacco products, even today. The Tobac shop. Over the decades, they have had to take on some government ...
... 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 ...