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HOTEL BELAIR SORRENTO. HOTEL BELAIR

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Hotel Belair Sorrento. New Myrtle Beach Hotels



Hotel Belair Sorrento





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    hotel belair
  • The Hotel Bel-Air is a boutique hotel located in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, California. The hotel is owned by Hassanal Bolkiah, the current Sultan of Brunei. It is part of the Dorchester Collection group of international luxury hotels.





    sorrento
  • a seaside settlement of 1500 people, near the western tip of the Mornington Peninsula. The original settlement at the Sorrento site was known as Sullivan's Bay. Sorrento is an extremely popular destination for day and weekend trips as well as the Christmas holidays.

  • Sorrento (Neapolitan: Surriente) is a small town in Campania, southern Italy, with some 16,500 inhabitants. It is a popular tourist destination which can be reached easily from Naples and Pompeii, as it lies at the south-eastern end of the Circumvesuviana rail line.

  • Sorrento is a town in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 1,227 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Statistical Area.











Vicky & Matthew- Engagement/Pre-wedding shoot in Sorrento




Vicky & Matthew- Engagement/Pre-wedding shoot in Sorrento





Shooting location: Hotel Belair , Sorrento city centre











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HOTEL JAEGERHOF ZERMATT : HOTEL JAEGERHOF

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Hotel Jaegerhof Zermatt : Del Mar Hotels



Hotel Jaegerhof Zermatt





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    zermatt
  • An Alpine ski resort and mountaineering center near the Matterhorn, in southern Switzerland

  • Zermatt is a municipality in the district of Visp in the German-speaking section of the canton of Valais in Switzerland. It has a population of about 5,800 inhabitants.





    hotel
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite

  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services











Matterhorn / Mont Cervin (VS/I - 4`478m) bei Zermatt , Kanton Wallis , Schweiz




Matterhorn / Mont Cervin (VS/I - 4`478m) bei Zermatt , Kanton Wallis , Schweiz





Aussicht vom Gornergrat bei Zermatt (VS - 3`130m - 9x) im Kanton Wallis in der Schweiz :

Hinten sehr schon in der Mitte das Matterhorn / Mont Cervin / Monte Cervino (VS / I - 4`478m)
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The Matterhorn (German) / Mont Cervin (French) / Monte Cervino (Italien) (VS / I - 4`478m) is a Mountain in Switzerland in the Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy!

The famous view shoes the Matterhorn from Zermatt in the Kanton Wallis, Switzerland, Europe!
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Matterhorn / Mont Cervin / Monte Cervino (VS / I - 4`478m)

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Hohe 4'478 m u. M.

Lage Grenze Kanton Wallis (Schweiz) / Provinz Aosta (Italien)

Gebirge Walliser Alpen

Erstbesteigung 14. Juli 1865 durch Edward Whymper

Normalweg Hornligrat (Nordostgrat) von Hornlihutte III+ (ZS)


Das Matterhorn (walliserdeutsch ds'Hore, italienisch Monte Cervino oder Cervino, franzosisch Mont Cervin oder Le Cervin) ist mit 4478 Metern Hohe einer der hochsten Berge der Alpen.

Es steht in den Walliser Alpen zwischen Zermatt und Breuil-Cervinia.

Die Ost-, Nord- und Westwand liegen auf schweizerischem, die Sudwand auf italienischem Staatsgebiet.

Wegen seiner markanten Gestalt und seiner Besteigungsgeschichte ist es einer der bekanntesten Berge der Welt. Fur die Schweiz ist das Matterhorn das Wahrzeichen schlechthin sowie die meistfotografierte Touristenattraktion.

Der markante dreieckige Gipfelkopf diente der bekannten Schokoladenfirma Tobler als Muster fur ihre „Toblerone“. 1959 wurde im Disneyland eine Nachbildung des Matterhorns im Ma?stab 1:100 eroffnet.


Geschichte des Namens

1581 wurde das Matterhorn erstmals als Mont Cervin erwahnt, spater auch als Monte Silvio und Monte Servino.

Aus dem Jahr 1682 ist der Name Matterhorn erstmals uberliefert. Der deutsche Name Matterhorn leitet sich vermutlich von der „Matte“ ab, also der grasbewachsenen Talweitung unterhalb der Gornerschlucht, die heute fast komplett vom Dorf Zermatt („zur Matt“) bedeckt ist. In der Lokalbevolkerung wird der Berg auch ds'Hore (= das Horn, Zermatter Dialekt) oder ds'Horu (= das Horn, Oberwalliser Dialekt) genannt.


G e o l o g i e

Das Matterhorn gehort zur Dent-Blanche-Decke des Unter-Ostalpins, also einem weit nach Westen auf die penninischen Decken der Westalpen aufgeschobenen Trummerstuck einer ostalpinen Decke.

Die Basis des Matterhorns, also bis zur Hornlihutte, bis auf den Matterhorngletscher und den Furgggrat, ist penninisch, also westalpin. Das Horn selber gehort zur Dent-Blanche-Decke – und zwar der untere Teil bis zur „Schulter“ zur Arolla-Serie und der oberste Teil zur Valpelline-Serie der Dent-Blanche-Decke.


Bergsteiger und Besteigungen

Seit 1857 wurden mehrere erfolglose Versuche gemacht, das Matterhorn zu besteigen, zumeist von der italienischen Seite her.

Der Englander Edward Whymper sturzte dabei einmal uber etwa 60 Meter ab. 1862 erstieg John Tyndall mit den Fuhrer Bennen, Anton Walter, Jean-Jacques und Jean-Antoine Carrel erstmals die Sudwestschulter, den heutigen Pic Tyndall.

Der Fortsetzung des Aufstiegs entlang dem Liongrat erschien ihnen unmoglich. Whymper erschien der Liongrat auch weiterhin als nicht machbar. Er versuchte daher, seinen Freund Jean-Antoine Carrel zu einer Besteigung von der Zermatter Seite zu uberreden.

Dieser beharrte darauf, von Italien her aufsteigen zu wollen. Im Juli 1865 erfuhr Whymper zufallig von einem Gastwirt in Breuil, dass sich Carrel - ohne Whymper zu benachrichtigen - wieder zum Liongrat aufgemacht hatte.

Whymper fuhlte sich getauscht und eilte nach Zermatt, um dort eine Gruppe fur einen sofortigen Versuch uber den Hornligrat zusammenzustellen.

Am 14. Juli 1865 gelang der 7er-Seilschaft Whympers die Erstbesteigung. Die Gruppe stieg uber den Hornligrat auf die Schulter, und weiter oben, im Bereich der heutigen Fixseile, wich sie in die Nordwand aus. Edward Whymper erreichte als erster den Gipfel.

Ihm folgten der Bergfuhrer Michel Croz (aus Chamonix), Reverend Charles Hudson, Lord Francis Douglas, D. Robert Hadow (alle aus England), sowie die Zermatter Bergfuhrer Peter Taugwalder Vater und Peter Taugwalder Sohn.

Carrel und seine Gruppe entdeckten sie weit unterhalb am Pic Tyndall. Beim Abstieg der Erstbesteiger sturzten die vorderen vier der Seilschaft (Croz, Hadow, Hudson und Douglas) noch oberhalb der sog. „Schulter“ uber die Nordwand todlich ab.

Drei der Toten wurden einige Tage spater auf dem Matterhorngletscher geborgen, die Leiche von Lord Francis Douglas wurde nie gefunden.

Drei Tage spater gelang auch Carrel der A











Matterhorn / Mont Cervin bei Zermatt , Kanton Wallis , Schweiz




Matterhorn / Mont Cervin bei Zermatt , Kanton Wallis , Schweiz





Das Matterhorn / Mont Cervin / Monte Cervino (VS / I - 4`478m) bei Zermatt, einer der formschonsten Berge die ich kenne!
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Matterhorn / Mont Cervin / Monte Cervino (VS / I - 4`478m)

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Hohe 4'478 m u. M.

Lage Grenze Kanton Wallis (Schweiz) / Provinz Aosta (Italien)

Gebirge Walliser Alpen

Erstbesteigung 14. Juli 1865 durch Edward Whymper

Normalweg Hornligrat (Nordostgrat) von Hornlihutte III+ (ZS)


Das Matterhorn (walliserdeutsch ds'Hore, italienisch Monte Cervino oder Cervino, franzosisch Mont Cervin oder Le Cervin) ist mit 4478 Metern Hohe einer der hochsten Berge der Alpen.

Es steht in den Walliser Alpen zwischen Zermatt und Breuil-Cervinia.

Die Ost-, Nord- und Westwand liegen auf schweizerischem, die Sudwand auf italienischem Staatsgebiet.

Wegen seiner markanten Gestalt und seiner Besteigungsgeschichte ist es einer der bekanntesten Berge der Welt. Fur die Schweiz ist das Matterhorn das Wahrzeichen schlechthin sowie die meistfotografierte Touristenattraktion.

Der markante dreieckige Gipfelkopf diente der bekannten Schokoladenfirma Tobler als Muster fur ihre „Toblerone“. 1959 wurde im Disneyland eine Nachbildung des Matterhorns im Ma?stab 1:100 eroffnet.


Geschichte des Namens

1581 wurde das Matterhorn erstmals als Mont Cervin erwahnt, spater auch als Monte Silvio und Monte Servino.

Aus dem Jahr 1682 ist der Name Matterhorn erstmals uberliefert. Der deutsche Name Matterhorn leitet sich vermutlich von der „Matte“ ab, also der grasbewachsenen Talweitung unterhalb der Gornerschlucht, die heute fast komplett vom Dorf Zermatt („zur Matt“) bedeckt ist. In der Lokalbevolkerung wird der Berg auch ds'Hore (= das Horn, Zermatter Dialekt) oder ds'Horu (= das Horn, Oberwalliser Dialekt) genannt.


G e o l o g i e

Das Matterhorn gehort zur Dent-Blanche-Decke des Unter-Ostalpins, also einem weit nach Westen auf die penninischen Decken der Westalpen aufgeschobenen Trummerstuck einer ostalpinen Decke.

Die Basis des Matterhorns, also bis zur Hornlihutte, bis auf den Matterhorngletscher und den Furgggrat, ist penninisch, also westalpin. Das Horn selber gehort zur Dent-Blanche-Decke – und zwar der untere Teil bis zur „Schulter“ zur Arolla-Serie und der oberste Teil zur Valpelline-Serie der Dent-Blanche-Decke.


Bergsteiger und Besteigungen

Seit 1857 wurden mehrere erfolglose Versuche gemacht, das Matterhorn zu besteigen, zumeist von der italienischen Seite her.

Der Englander Edward Whymper sturzte dabei einmal uber etwa 60 Meter ab. 1862 erstieg John Tyndall mit den Fuhrer Bennen, Anton Walter, Jean-Jacques und Jean-Antoine Carrel erstmals die Sudwestschulter, den heutigen Pic Tyndall.

Der Fortsetzung des Aufstiegs entlang dem Liongrat erschien ihnen unmoglich. Whymper erschien der Liongrat auch weiterhin als nicht machbar. Er versuchte daher, seinen Freund Jean-Antoine Carrel zu einer Besteigung von der Zermatter Seite zu uberreden.

Dieser beharrte darauf, von Italien her aufsteigen zu wollen. Im Juli 1865 erfuhr Whymper zufallig von einem Gastwirt in Breuil, dass sich Carrel - ohne Whymper zu benachrichtigen - wieder zum Liongrat aufgemacht hatte.

Whymper fuhlte sich getauscht und eilte nach Zermatt, um dort eine Gruppe fur einen sofortigen Versuch uber den Hornligrat zusammenzustellen.

Am 14. Juli 1865 gelang der 7er-Seilschaft Whympers die Erstbesteigung. Die Gruppe stieg uber den Hornligrat auf die Schulter, und weiter oben, im Bereich der heutigen Fixseile, wich sie in die Nordwand aus. Edward Whymper erreichte als erster den Gipfel.

Ihm folgten der Bergfuhrer Michel Croz (aus Chamonix), Reverend Charles Hudson, Lord Francis Douglas, D. Robert Hadow (alle aus England), sowie die Zermatter Bergfuhrer Peter Taugwalder Vater und Peter Taugwalder Sohn.

Carrel und seine Gruppe entdeckten sie weit unterhalb am Pic Tyndall. Beim Abstieg der Erstbesteiger sturzten die vorderen vier der Seilschaft (Croz, Hadow, Hudson und Douglas) noch oberhalb der sog. „Schulter“ uber die Nordwand todlich ab.

Drei der Toten wurden einige Tage spater auf dem Matterhorngletscher geborgen, die Leiche von Lord Francis Douglas wurde nie gefunden.

Drei Tage spater gelang auch Carrel der Aufstieg, indem er vom Nordende der italienischen Schulter durch die oberste Westwand auf den Zmuttgrat traversierte (sog. Galleria Carrel) und die Besteigung uber diesen abschloss.

Insgesamt 371 mal und zum letzten Mal mit 89 Jahren bestieg der Bergfuhrer Ulrich Inderbinen das Matterhorn.

Der am weitaus haufigsten begangene Aufstiegsweg ist der Hornligrat von Zermatt aus (Nordostgrat, ZS+). Weitere Aufstiegsrouten gibt es am Sudwestgrat ub









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HOTEL ROYAL HAMMAMET - HOTEL ROYAL

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Hotel royal hammamet - Family hotels in rome.



Hotel Royal Hammamet





hotel royal hammamet






    hammamet
  • Hammamet may refer to: *Hammamet, Algeria, a town and commune in Algiers Province, Algeria *Hammamet, Tunisia, a coastal town on the northern edge of the Gulf of Hammamet *Gulf of Hammamet, a large gulf in northeastern Tunisia





    hotel
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication





    royal
  • A member of a royal family, esp. in England

  • a sail set next above the topgallant on a royal mast

  • A paper size, now standardized at 636 ? 480 mm

  • A book size, now standardized at 234 ? 156 mm

  • of or relating to or indicative of or issued or performed by a king or queen or other monarch; "the royal party"; "the royal crest"; "by royal decree"; "a royal visit"

  • established or chartered or authorized by royalty; "the Royal Society"











HAMMAMET




HAMMAMET





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Tunisian Cat taken with iPhone camera




Tunisian Cat taken with iPhone camera





At Le Royal Hotel@Hammamet Yasumine, in Tunisia









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HOTELS BY HONOLULU AIRPORT : HONOLULU AIRPORT

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HOTELS BY HONOLULU AIRPORT : IN MOTEL ROOM : HOTEL LE ROYAL LYON.



Hotels By Honolulu Airport





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    honolulu airport
  • Honolulu International Airport is the principal aviation gateway of the City & County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii and is identified as one of the busiest airports in the United States, with traffic now exceeding 21 million passengers a year and rising.





    hotels
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • HOTELS (ISSN-1047-2975) is a trade publication serving the information needs of the worldwide hospitality industry.

  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • Hotel is a dimensional real estate game created by Milton Bradley in 1986. It is similar to Square Mile and Prize Property. In Hotel the players are building resort hotels and attempting to drive their competitors into bankruptcy.











Autograph from Don Ho ~ I was Shocked, but I was Wrong




Autograph from Don Ho ~ I was Shocked, but I was Wrong









NOTE to Group Admins: Please don't delete for obscenity until you have read the whole story. Then, if you still want to, that is fine. :0)

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I was only nineteen years old in 1967, and I daresay more naive than many nineteen year old young ladies today. I had gone from California to Hawaii on a vacation by myself, and let it be known I wanted to see Don Ho, the Hawaiian singer. He was very popular for the song "Tiny Bubbles" at the time. The bus driver who took me from the airport in Honolulu to Waikiki Beach to my hotel, seemed to keep passing my hotel area and delivering everyone but me to their respective hotels. I asked a few times when we would get to mine, and he replied, “No worries; we’ll get there.”

When we arrived at mine and he got my luggage out of the back, and handed it to me, he called my by my first name, which surprised me. No one in Hawaii knew me. It turned out it was an old ploy; he had gotten my name off of my luggage tags. I was the only one left on the bus; so he had to have it right.

He began flirting with me and saying he knew Don Ho personally, and could take me to his show, but also get me in afterwards to the lounge where Don Ho liked to hang out. He said he and Don Ho were friends. I was impressed, but I told him I had a boyfriend back home. He said he would just get me into the show, nothing else. He was true to his word.

After the show, I joined a few women up by the microphone area, and asked Don Ho for an autograph. About 10 or 12 other women also were gathered around trying to get one from him. No one had thought to have a pen with them. I liked to write, even back then, so I usually carried a pen. I called out that I had one, and he took it and used it for every one but me. He got to me, and I had nothing I could think of on which to write. In desperation, I thought of my shopping bag from a nearby store, and held it up, with the item still in it.
He wrote his autograph, and handed the bag and the pen back to me. I was a little in awe and embarrassed and mumbled thank-you. I hung my head a bit, and started to walk away.
He grabbed my shoulder, gently but very firmly and whirled me around and said, “Wait, where are you going?” Before I knew what was happening, he laid a great big French kiss on me. I was speechless.

When I got outside of the building where the show was, I read the autograph he wrote. I was shocked. My nickname was Dee Dee, which I had told him, and he signed it Love, Don Ho, but why in the world, would he write such a nasty thing to me along with the rest? I was after all, a sweet young thing, and I was not only shocked, but bewildered and a little hurt.

Later, I found out that his slogan was “Suck 'em up!” That was what he said often during a show when he wanted the crowd to drink more. It had been a large crowd, and I had no money for lots of drinks, and either didn’t hear him say that often enough to cement it in my mind as a slogan, or didn’t understand him when he said it. I was relieved to find out it was only a silly, slang slogan.
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DONALD TAI LOY HO
1930 ~ 2007
REST IN PEACE












Doe & "Aloha Fruit Basket"




Doe & "Aloha Fruit Basket"





Corey and I arrived on the beautiful "Garden Island" of Kaua'i (as it is so nicknamed) on the late afternoon of Monday, March 26th after a somewhat exhaustively extended trip consisting of one layover in Kahului on the island of Maui plus(!) a stopover in Honolulu on Oahu. Luckily, our luggage even arrived BEFORE we did (a first!!!) and was waiting for us by the baggage carousel when we got off the plane in Lihue, Kauai.

The SUPER hospitable AND locally-based owner of the condo that we stayed at in Kapa'a (on the east shore of Kaua'i)--Jo Ann--left us a basket full of delicious fresh fruits from the island (mangos, papayas, bananas, etc.). We even wondered if she might have picked them off her property! She and her family live in Lihue (where the airport is) and just LOVE their condo that they have named "J.C.'s Hale Kipa." The pride they have in it certainly shows in the way they have decorated it with homey island touches. It's not sterily spartan like a hotel room or other condos we have stayed in before. Since she and husband both have the first initial "J" and their last name is Carvalho, "J.C." is used and "Hale Kipa" is Hawaiian for "guest house."

We actually ran into Jo Ann HERSELF cleaning up the condo in anticipation of our stay (ANOTHER first for us--the owners of the previous condos we have stayed in while vacationing on the Big Island of Hawaii have been mainland residents who hire local caretakers and cleaning people to maintain the condos). Her granddaighter Jasmine was also there taking a dip in the pool which was located right off our lanai. As we got to sit back and talk to her making her aquaintance, she gave us some local tips on where to go and eat on the island and was a really fun lady to chat with. Mahalo ("thank you") for "showing us the Aloha" Jo Ann!!!









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HOTELS IN ROUEN - HOTELS IN

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Hotels in rouen - Mirage hotel las vegas deals - Cheap hotel maastricht.



Hotels In Rouen





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    hotels
  • Hotel is a dimensional real estate game created by Milton Bradley in 1986. It is similar to Square Mile and Prize Property. In Hotel the players are building resort hotels and attempting to drive their competitors into bankruptcy.

  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • HOTELS (ISSN-1047-2975) is a trade publication serving the information needs of the worldwide hospitality industry.

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication





    rouen
  • A port on the Seine River in northwestern France; pop. 105,000. Joan of Arc was tried and burned at the stake here in 1431

  • Rouen is the historic capital city of Normandy, in northern France on the River Seine, and currently the capital of the Haute-Normandie (Upper Normandy) region.

  • The Rouen Duck is a heavyweight breed of domesticated duck raised primarily for decoration or as general purpose ducks, since they are not prolific egg layers. The breed originated in France sometime before the 19th century.

  • A city that was left in shambles after World War II: Rouen.











Morning, An Overcast Day, Rouen




Morning, An Overcast Day, Rouen





Camille Pissarro (French, 1830–1903)

Title
Morning, An Overcast Day, Rouen

Date
1896

Medium
Oil on canvas

Dimensions
21 3/8 x 25 5/8 in. (54.3 x 65.1 cm)

Credit Line
Bequest of Gregoire Tarnopol, 1979, and Gift of Alexander Tarnopol, 1980

Accession Number
1980.21.1

While visiting Rouen in spring and fall 1896, Pissarro wrote of his interest in the "motif of the iron bridge on a rainy day, with much traffic, carriages, pedestrians, workers on the quays, boats, smoke, mist in the distance, the whole scene fraught with animation and life." The present canvas is one of several views of the Boieldieu Bridge, or Grand Pont, that Pissarro painted from a room in the Hotel d'Angleterre. Its title, "Matin, Temps Gris, Rouen," is thought to be Pissarro's own. Pissarro painted many of his city views of the 1890s and early 1900s from the windows of hotel rooms; he had developed an eye ailment that gradually prevented him from working outdoors.











Bayeux (France) - Hotel d'Argouges - built 1734




Bayeux (France) - Hotel d'Argouges - built 1734





From Rouen we travelled to the beautiful town of Bayeux (130 kms) - home of the famous Bayeux tapestry.

We stayed 2 nights in the Hotel d'Argouges, built in 1734 by Duc d'Argouges.

The Hotel grounds were ablaze with colourful flower gardens and hanging baskets.

The common areas in the hotel were filled with antiques. Our room, whilst large, was a little austere however it was quiet and comfortable. The hotel was within walking distance of all the major attractions of the town.









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