Le Coquerel

Address: Saint-Simeon, Eure, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27560, France | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Simeon

Day 18-19: Paris

A travel blog entry by colindaines on Sep 06, 2015

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... busy St. Michel area for a bit to eat and by this time there were a few small showers about. Day 19: This morning dawned bright and sunny and we head off to Hillsong Paris which is just a few stations away on our local line. Totally unplanned but God is good. Met in theatre and sang all known songs in French, although English words also in small prints. Great experience. Aussie Brendan White, with French Wife Camille and family have ...

Je Suis Francais

A travel blog entry by khaira on Jul 21, 2015

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We spent the better part of Monday getting ready to leave London. We parceled souvenirs to the U.S., and packed our bags. By midday we decided to visit one more Museum. Since the choice was mine, I decided the Imperial War Museum would be interesting. Especially since the IWM is home to a large Holocaust Exhibition. We arrived by tube and spent all afternoon exploring all 5 floors. What I found most intriguing ...

Day 3 - Paris

A travel blog entry by bevdavies on May 30, 2015

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... could all use the exercise!! We went into the church again spectacular, but didn't feel the need to sit and pray! We then started walking back down thru the streets and felt very thirst and stopped at this cafe ......more wine and incredible salads listened to some live music playing on the corner so Pariee!! Proceed down to Boulevard de Rochechouart and got back on the bus. Passed the ...

Musee D'Orsay

A travel blog entry by lonnie.parker on Apr 09, 2015

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... heading over to O Chateau for the wine tasting. Walk there faster than expected so time for a cup of tea first. The tasting session is fully booked - mostly Americans - and goes for an hour. Mostly a talk about the wine regions of France - Loire, Burgundy, Bordeaux and Rhône. Taste 3 wines - a white, Muscadet from Loire (grapefruit and very nice says our tasting notes). A Malbec from Cahors (southwest) ...

Last Day in Paris

A travel blog entry by dani.searle1 on Oct 12, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

Well, unfortunately we leave this city at six in the morning. Not nearly enough time to explore but we have done the famous five along with three or four million other people. We are so in love with the food, as you know my great passion. I told Paul on our return I am only going to cook French! He laughed and said, right. And tomorrow when we eat tapas in Barcelona you will say, I am only going to cook Spanish! So be it, I shall be ...