Le Coquerel

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

Life on the Feniks barge

A travel blog entry by kerney on May 31, 2015

24 photos

... Mikaela is from Rome, Italy however they both now reside in Amsterdam. Sunday 31 May we motored to the end of Basin de Villette and entered the first of 8 locks to get the barge down to the level of the Seine, where we would travel through the heart of Paris, past many icons including Notre Dame, Hotel de Ville, Museė de Orsay, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. We stopped out of the Paris old district and rode the bikes for 2 hours to the ...

Day 7 - The Marais District and the Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by mvershel on Apr 19, 2015

... I want to take, then change the camera to manual focus and it will stay on that focus. I also learned about shooting motion pictures at the Arc de Triomphe with the cars flying by making cool lighting streaks on the picture. And I had the opportunity to take pictures of the sparkling Tour Eiffel, which I hope turned out well! All in all, I loved my evening Photography Tour and I am so happy that David recommended that I take ...

Notre Dame & Sainte Chappelle Concert

A travel blog entry by dogarita on Nov 12, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Je suis desole (I am sorry) that I haven't been keeping up on my blog. I didn't leave the apartment all day Sunday because I was so tired and needed to rest. It's an unusual feeling to be able to do whatever I want - when I want. I can sleep in the day and stay up all night. Actually, I do that at home sometimes too - smile Today, I kept a promise to three special families when I visited Notre Dame. You know who you are! It ...

OK, folks, this is the last blog for this trip!

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 07, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... build these things and they were building them everywhere at about the same time, the 1200's. We looked around and visited the cloisters next to the Cathedral. Then it was time to head over to Reims. We dropped off the luggage and went over to the Museum of Surrender, which is where the Germans signed the surrender papers that ended WWII. They have kept the room exactly as it was when the papers were ...

Bienvenue Paris!

A travel blog entry by amievangabel on Aug 08, 2014

1 photo

... coffee. Next, even though I knew it would blow my cover, I couldn't resist taking the little tourist train across from Monoprix (it is actually on wheels but looks like a little train at the zoo) on a tour of Monmartre and Sacre Couer. The "conductor" was very friendly and we spoke in both French and English. More than once he called me "une mademoiselle Jolie". While I may not be passing for a Parisian, I am passing for a mademoiselle as ...