Le Coquerel

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

Septime and Musee Rodin

A travel blog entry by kellynsmith on Jul 16, 2014

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... that Evan ate his sweetbreads! I was just hopping that he wouldn't tell Evan what they actually were... Third couse: albacore tuna, currents, green beans, and zucchini. I love tuna so this was a winner! Evan thought it tasted like steak (another one of his faves) so he liked it too. The currents helped balace out the richness of the tuna. Okay, we were getting full... Fourth course: duck breast (the best I've had), roasted onion, sliced ...

Sunday June 15th Paris Day 3

A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jun 15, 2014

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... much about Rachel at all!. Ali is in a flat where one of the girls only eats frozen food (we later found a freezer-market where all they sell is pre-prepared meals). The French do not cook, do not exercise but still look slim. Ali has got a job over the summer as a receptionist for 'fat wheel tours' an American tour company and as she had just started was spending her induction period doing different tours of Paris. She was doing a Segway tour the next ...

Monna Lisa and a bunch of other cool stuff

A travel blog entry by hdianefraser on May 23, 2014

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Walked forever and asked a hundred people (okay, 12 people) for directions to the subway station. Ended up finally finding it. Took the subway to Champs-Élysées. Did some shopping, had lunch and saw the Arc of Triump. Went to the Louvre. It's the second largest museum in the world...it's massive. It was a bit of a ...

A (not so) relaxing day

A travel blog entry by thetraceys on Apr 15, 2014

9 photos

... for 5 minutes on the hour each hour until about 10pm, it was over. We boarded the bus and set off around the monuments of Paris. Alex and I sat on the right side of the bus, Adam on the left. As we went around the city, the guide told us a brief history about the monuments we could see. Unfortunately for me, almost all of them were on the left side of the bus. Adam got a great view, and as he had my iPhone, he captured some images which I can share with you here. ...

Butte aux Cailles, Saint-Ouen, Montmartre

A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Oct 14, 2013

2 comments, 35 photos

... stop and then found our way over to the flea market area. As we approached the area, I thought we had made a mistake in going there. The first part we came to was an underpass and there was junk strewn all over. Then there were narrow roads with tables of various stuff. It was a very rough area and I couldn't get out of there fast enough. The next area we came to had more permanent booths with various antiques and collectibles. This area wasn't too ...