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The scenic town of Les Andelys is located on the banks of the Seine. It was once the hub of Franco-English relations during the Middle Ages and one can visit the ruins of the Chateau Gaillard whose hillside location affords a wonderful view of the path of the Seine as it loops north i... more

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Giverny is a name synonymous worldwide with artist Claude Monet who came to live in the village in 1883. The magic of a visit to Giverny is the gardens, a multicolored tapestry of flowers, meandering paths shaded by trellises of roses, and the enchanting oasis of the water garden, who... more

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Charming Normandy timbered town not far from Paris.... more

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Rich in history, Rouen is termed the “museum city,” but it is also famous for its magnificent cathedral and its connection with Joan of Arc and the Dauphin. Don’t let the size of the city or its industrial outskirts intimidate you—it is easy to navigate to the charming heart o... more

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Near Vernon and Monet's home at Giverny is the scenic village of Vernonette. Located on the edge of the river Seine, straddling the river is the remains of a picturesque 12th-century bridge and an ancient timbered dungeon (a great picnic spot!).... more

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