Transport around Monets garden France
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Any suggestions about public transport from Vernon Giverny station to the village of Gasny. Then a return trip from Gasny to Monets Garden.
Trouble with train times to Monets Garden - May
Hi Everyone,We are planning on catching the train from Saint-Lazare Train Station to Vernon and heading to Monets Garden. For some reason when I look for train times I can't find anything for Monday 21st May? Times are available on every other day of the month of May except for 21st. Just...
Afternoon in Paris for a male
With 3 nights & 2 days in Paris my wife is pending an afternoon on a tour to Givenchy to Monets garden. I plan on staying in Paris & maybe do something my wife wouldn't miss. What sites or experiences would be recommended for a Middle Aged guy who enjoys, food wine,technology, motorsports,etc?
Impressionist train to Giverny
I just read about this today -- a special train to Giverny (?, surely it goes to Vernon rather than Giverny). And actually there are numerous trains every day that go there and on to Rouen. At any rate, I thought I would share the info here:english.rfi.fr/visiting-france/20150418-impr…
Trips from Paris .
We have arrived in your beautiful city and need advice to get to Versailles;Monets Garden and Villers Brittaneau.Is it possible to combine on the one day.We are residing near Place d,Italie.Thanking you.
Monets' home tickets
Do you have to pre book to see Monets' home or can you just arrive at the gates and purchase tickets there?
Help with stations to get to Monets Garden
Please can someone help? We've landed in Paris exhausted but determined to see Monets Garden tomorrow, we have booked already. I am going around and around trying to find how to get on trains to get there we are staying on Rue du Theatre 75015 . There's Duplex and Bir Hakeim stations nearby but h...
Monet exhibition in Melbourne Australia
Just a heads up for all the Melbournites on the forum, the National Gallery of Victoria is having an exhibition of Monet's works relating to his garden at Giverny. From 10th May unti Sept 8th.Whether to sooth your Post-Paris-Depression, or to feed your Pre-Paris-Excitement, it's a must!I'...
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