Le Clos Bourdet
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Today, Josh and I took a 3 hour journey, by train and bus, to visit Normandy.
Obviously today was a bit more sombre than previous days of our Paris holiday. We both really wanted to see Normandy, and it was definitely worth the long trip.
We expected to see Canadian memorials at Juno beach, but what really caught us off guard was driving by just regular city parks, and seeing Canadian flags flying ...
Our bed is very snugly and sometimes it is hard to crawl out of bed,however we did and once again on our way to explore yet another Normandy town. Honfleur is a harbour commune located on the southern bank of the Seine river ( pronounced sin) The picturesque and best preserved port of Normandy.Population of around 8,200 and is located close to the exit of Pont de Normandie. The port is characterised by its houses with slate ...
... of industry and large boats. IyIt was very windy but lots of people walking and lots of dogs, especially Jack Russels. On one side is the sea and on the other is beautiful garden called Jardin de Personalities. They feature famous people who were either born, lived or worked here.......in the form of "busts", such as Monet and Boudin. In fact, the latter is the name of our street.
... He married flowers according to their colours and left them to grow rather freely. This is well shown in the photos of the flowers tulips, forget-me-nots, iris, to name but a few.
In 1893, ten years after his arrival at Giverny, Monet bought the land across the road which was was crossed by a small brook, a tributary of the River Seine. Monet had the first small pond dug and later on the pond was enlarged to its present day size. The water garden is ...
... hatched chairs were lined in rows—they looked like the little yellow chair in many of Monet’s paintings. A large painting of Christ, painted and donated by one of the local artists hung on the wall. A wooden cupid-looking angel hung suspended in flight in the corner. Beautiful music played softly. It was idyllic and moving. We didn’t want to move, but just tried to imprint it in our minds to never forget.
We ended our trip to Giverny by walking along the ...