包衫寺的古蔓妮The most beautiful garden I ever seen! The day tour is nice, guide is French lady and who can speak in Mandarin, very elegant woman as is. The souv there in reasonable price. Unforgettable trip :)
TodemmyEtretta (Etretat) is a small coastal town in northwestern France. Located in the north of the English Channel, a seaside town of typical Normandy style, with a population of less than 2,000 people. The coast of Etletta stretches for several kilometers, facing the sea, a cliff cut straight by seawater and sea breeze, the cliff is special white gray, like a huge white wall. The cliffs are crafted, naturally, several "archs", "bridge", the sky, the sea, magnificent. The town of Etletta is famous for its natural beauty, like the nose of an elephant in the Aval Cliff, which attracts many literati and inkmen.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Étretat is a coastal town in the Upper Normandy region of France, often referred to as the Elephant Trunk Coast. On the seashore of Etretat, the three most famous sea gates are Porte dAval, Porte dAmont, and Manneporte. The sea cliffs and connected beaches here attracted 19th-century French landscape painter Boudin, realist painter Courbet, impressionist painter Monet and other artists. Swimming.
小月亮弯弯Rouen Art Museum-Monet's works + a French old lady who loves to copy oil paintings but the composition is wrong. Art museums in small cities should not be underestimated. The collections are quite rich.
MonkeyoOpposite the hotel is the Church of Joan of Arc. It is said that the exterior of the church resembles an inverted Viking boat. The building is topped with slate and copper scales. The interior of the church is decorated with cleverly designed glass windows. The sun shines through the beautiful stained glass, bright and quiet.
A well spent week-end with my girlfriend at Étretat known as " The Étretat Chalk Complex". It is a french city located in Normandie region in the North part of the country. It has breathtaking landscapes and it's best known for its chalk cliffs.
Later on we went to another city close to Étretat called Le Havre in North of France, 2 hours away from Paris. Another breathtaking moment from the sea that separates France and England known as the English channel. It is one of the busiest shipping lanes on the planet.
#etretat #lehavre #france #scenicspotguide #love #deliciousfood
Cathedral in Havre is, probably, the most interesting concept of rethinking of what is cathedral - it has so little in common with what we usually depictbas church. It was built in the mud 70-80 of XX century and was a part of the reconstruction of the city which was heavily demolished by war, at the place where this cathedral stands it was a usual cathedral but it was ruined during the world ear so government decided to build the new one.
#francetravel #havre #happynewyear
The stained glass at Notre Dame is famous for a reason. We were lucky enough to visit before the fire and are so glad we were that fortunate. We cannot decide which windows are our favorite. #givethanks #notredame
Le Havre - France: A small city located in Normandy region and it is not too far from Paris. For those who would like to visit Paris by cruise, there is a cruise port here. They have to take about 2 hours ride to get to Paris even by car or bus. 🛳🛳🛳
Giverny's Monet's house and garden
When I saw Monet's water lily and Nihonbashi in the art gallery, I was addicted to the fascinating light and shadow. I thought of what Monet actually saw? How did he capture the ever-changing colors of nature?
When I had the opportunity to visit France again, I came to Giverny, a town not far from Paris. Monet lived here for forty years until his death. There are a lot of tourists in the former residence. It is difficult to turn into this two-story building. I am really worried that it will collapse someday. The house leaves traces of the artist's life and restores the artist's creative space. There are various flowers in different seasons in the garden. Of course, the focus is on the water lily and the Japanese Bridge in the water garden.
Speaking of Elephant Trunk Hill, we must first talk about the French painter Monet, one of the founders of Impressionism, and also its representative. You should have heard of the famous "Sunrise Impression"?
Monet was born in Paris. At the age of 5, the family moved to Le Havre in the Normandy region. So when he grew up, Monet painted his hometown of Le Havre. Not only that, the Elephant Trunk Hill near Le Havre became a Monet dish.
With Monet's eyes on the country, the scenery in front of him becomes an oil painting.
Back to Elephant Trunk Hill, as the name suggests, is the mountain that looks like a nose. There are three elephant trunk mountains in the Elephant Trunk Mountain Scenic Area. Because it is also called Elephant Trunk Hill, it is a friendly scenic spot with the Elephant Trunk Hill in Guilin.
This restaurant, Giverny, is a restaurant frequented by Monet. It is highly recommended, and its interiors show its history. The important thing is that the food tastes great. Its oil-sealed duck, the meat is fresh and tender, and the dessert is quite good. And very attitude, you must eat the main course to order dessert, you have to order it first. French-funded restaurants are rarely so particular, and they are all done by the guests.
The room of this detective hotel is not large, the traces of furniture used for many years are obvious, slightly outdated, and the window is the Etretat under the setting sun. I looked around and found a serious problem. There seemed to be no bathroom in the room. Don't worry, the boss doesn't mean that there is a secret road. The original door with a round mirror and a windbreaker is the door of the bathroom. It is really not easy to see it on the spot.
Monet spent most of her money in the garden in front of her home and planted a variety of flowers. This garden is both his work and his work. Later, he planted a water lily in the excavation pond near the garden. Here he painted the series of water lily series, some of which were collected in the Orange Garden Art Museum in Paris. I remember it also in the National Gallery of England.