Monet's Place, Giverny, France
Outside the nearby Museum of Impressionists, the clever landscape designers and architects have a series of hedged garden 'rooms'. You walk along a gravel path like a long corridor and left and right of you are revealed lovely little gardens. Each one is themed by one of the primary colours, red, blue or yellow - or by no colour for black and white. The hedges wall them in and you see them in the door like gaps in the tall hedge. At the end of the path is a tall hillside where Monet used to paint wildflowers and lovely women with parasols..