Le Coquerel

Address: Saint-Simeon, Eure, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27560, France | Ranch
 
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      Not a great conclusion to our trip

      A travel blog entry by thecamino on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... 8364;10. Sold, after today, i didn't take much convincing. So tomorrow, taking it easy. I spent three months most of which included a walk where I put my faith in my fellow human being to do 1000 ks and never came across this. It took about 5 seconds to bust that up. I know It was just an opportunistic thng so i will be ok tomorrow, but right now when i felt that push in my back i wish i had of turned around and head butted them or at least broken a few of their ...

      Second flight to PARIS!

      A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 05, 2014

      4 comments, 10 photos

      Ok...didn't sleep at all on this one. Emily did. Great company she was... She slept 4 hours! I gave up and finally watched The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. I'd read the books and knew the movie couldn't match them... But was ok. Ate so much food on the plane. I enjoyed the meals And the Chunky Kit-Kats ... 3 of them. In my defence, I'd like to say that we were a long time getting here. And if Emily decides to ...

      Bones and more Bones!

      A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 19, 2014

      9 photos

      ... bones! After walking about .50 km, you reach the catacombs where they placed people's bones after the cemetery ran out of room (c. 1800s). Originally, they just piled the bones down there, but a man who oversaw the ossuary decided to give them proper funeral rites and thus, used the skulls and bones in an almost decorative manner. Approximately 6 million people's bones are there! The floor was quite slippery as there was water dripping from ...

      Tour of Paris

      A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin on Jun 21, 2014

      11 photos

      ... his iPad. We walked ourselves silly, and so were very glad we'd booked the hotel restaurant for dinner. In Paris, the locals all eat late, around 9pm, so they put we foreigners in early at 7.30! Also the lifts are the smallest I've seen - they will only fit 4 people and if 1 or 2 are overweight (not mentioning any names), an alarm rings and it won't work until someone gets out. Can be embarrassing, unless you both hop in with a small Asian person - there are lots of them staying ...

      I Love Paris in the Springtime!!!

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 01, 2014

      8 photos

      ... yellow flowers on it and was raised in that region in abundance. Grape seed. It's yellow contrasted nicely with the other bright green fields. Sandy and I were discussing words that described the landscape around here and words like pastoral, idyllic and arcadian came to mind.

      Got in to Paris and said "au revour" (see you soon) to our friend Bart or do you say Sheldon?
      Headed to a taxi for a 10 minute ride to ...