Monet Seen from the Sky in Rouen
Sunday June 06th 2010, 11:34 am
Filed under: art/culture/design,events,Haute-Normandie,news

monet in rouen, france, world's biggest live painting
To open the festival dedicated to Impressionism in Rouen, 1,250 people held large fragments of a reproduction of a Claude Monet masterpiece (La Cathédrale de Rouen, effet de soleil, fin de journée) above their heads yesterday in an attempt to create the world’s biggest live Impressionist painting. Neat! Watch the video by clicking on the image.

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L’iroise, Seafood in Vitré
Sunday June 06th 2010, 10:09 am
Filed under: food and drinks,restaurants,tips,travel tip

seafood restaurant in vitre france, l'iroise
Discovering adorable inhabitants didn’t stop in the old town of Vitré. We ate lunch at L’Iroise, a bistro specializing in seafood, which is just at the entrance of the old town in Vitré. The restaurant is run by a sweet Breton couple (photo below) that focuses on uncomplicated, flavorful and beautiful dishes. Between the three of us, here’s what we had. Everything was excellent, including the home-made pâte de fruit served with coffee!

1, place Saint-Yves
35500 Vitre France

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