Travel Blogs from Honfleur, France

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Monet's Garden & Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

Monet's Garden & Honfleur

A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron

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... ; I finally worked out how to start the cruise control. Took me 100Kms and a few stops.   If you come to France and are near Honfleur it is a must. So quaint. As picturesque as any village I have been before and with such history. There is a large ...

A stunning place to fiddle with Scooby, Honfleur, France travel blog

A stunning place to fiddle with Scooby

A travel blog entry by darrenhough74

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From Rouen we drove to Honfleur, which is a tiny harbour town on the Normandy coast.  So so cute!!!!  We wandered around checking out the wee boutique shops and eating galeti - yum!  Nothing for dinner and as it was Sunday only one little ...

Apple cider land, Honfleur, France travel blog

Apple cider land

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel

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... knock all his papers on the floor with a bagette. The office was also a good source of free camping books for all over France. Drove into Honfleur and found a pay and display car park 5 minutes walk from the harbour. It is a lovely place to walk around, ...

Sad to leave Paris, Honfleur, France travel blog

Sad to leave Paris

A travel blog entry by jandmtravel

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... . He just used his credit card in a slot - quick and easy. Once we got closer to our camp ground on the outskirts of Honfleur and we had turned off the motorway the scenery got much more interesting. Large fields of barley, rape, a few cattle, and lovely ...

Loving Normandy, Honfleur, France travel blog

Loving Normandy

A travel blog entry by alijstock

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... stake in the central square (only a small plaque commemorating the sight).  Achieving both of these objectives we drove on to Honfleur.  After finding an adorable bed & breakfast built in an old monastery, we hit the road to Etretat, a town ...

New Boyfriend + Cheese = Happy Erin, Honfleur and Paris, France travel blog

New Boyfriend + Cheese = Happy Erin

A travel blog entry by erinreine

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... little cafe in industrial Le Havre. My GQ Man - Pity you can't see the child's airplane ride he's sitting on! Nevermind, Honfleur was absolutely gorgeous. I think the sea air made us a bit lazy because we slept and ate a lot, but there wasn't ...

Honfleur Harbor, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur Harbor

A travel blog entry by mylifesjourney

We arrived in Honfleur from Le Havre where the yacht is anchored. We'll drive through Normandy and hook up with the yacht in Cherbourg. Honfleur is an old fishing town on the south bank of the mouth of the Seine in the English Channel. The harbor is a ...

Honfleur - so much history, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur - so much history

A travel blog entry by jannettek

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... area, is unusual in that it was built from timber by shipwrights. It is the largest wooden church with a separate bell-tower in FranceHonfleur was fun,  but we had one more place to see before finding our camp spot for the night.   ...

Sunday evening and the trip to Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

Sunday evening and the trip to Honfleur

A travel blog entry by qegs_normandy

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They have already visited the fishing port on Honfleur and are on the way to Calais, but here are some more photos of yesterday's ...

Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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... City, which also has a marker at Place Royale, which you can see in my Quebec City blog Known as a "gite" (zhit) in France, the Bed & Breakfast places are very nice and better than any hotel, relatively cheap, and the nice lady always makes a perfect ...

France, Genneville,Sainte Martin, near Honfleur, France travel blog

France

A travel blog entry by chooks

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We arrived at Saskia's and Pieter's little cottage at about 9 pm. The ferry trip was only 1.5 hr. and smooth after that a lot more driving then we realised but we made it. Saskia is my niece and only 12 years younger then me and we get on very well with ...

Staying away from the tourists, Honfleur, France travel blog

Staying away from the tourists

A travel blog entry by stef5353

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... the car to bed for the day. Nearly forgot to mention about sampling the new purchase.  25.03. Just walking around Honfleur enjoying the scenery, taking photos and doing a bit of shopping. Talk about shopping! We bought 4 chicken legs (coq ...

The long way to Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

The long way to Honfleur

A travel blog entry by stef5353

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... on a holiday! Not happy Jan! Thank Christ for red wine when you get to the destination! By the time we arrived in Honfleur we were starving. The restaurant down the road from where we're staying is serving a large plate of mussels for 10A$. 1/2 ...

WW1 and WW2 memorials, Honfleur, France travel blog

WW1 and WW2 memorials

A travel blog entry by 3bythree

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We made the trek to Honfleur from Paris on Thursday, stopping in Caen first to see the Peace Museum. Caen is in Normandy just to the south and east of some of the infamous beaches of D-Day. This was a place Brian always wanted to go to to honor his dad ...

A brief stopover in Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

A brief stopover in Honfleur

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning

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Left Caen to day and headed up to Honfleur, about 60km north of Caen. Honfleur is a small port town on the mouth of the Seine river. We're only spending one night here before we head up to Calais to catch a ferry across to the UK (if the weather gods are ...

Macaroons and cobblestones, Honfleur, France travel blog

Macaroons and cobblestones

A travel blog entry by sirencall183

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... confusion reigned and the next morning the cars were staggered up the street!         Morning market in Honfleur filled me with a sense of elation-it just felt to be a truly authentic French experience. We did end up with a kilo ...

Nice to get to know you, Normandy, Honfleur, France travel blog

Nice to get to know you, Normandy

A travel blog entry by emily.emiley

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... coffee and drink it all in huge cups!  Ack, I miss my latte stand a little less now.  :)  We wandered around Honfleur last night looking for a light dinner (good luck) and then crashed early after our long day. Today, we lounged around for ...

Hope you like stained glass!, Honfleur, France travel blog

Hope you like stained glass!

A travel blog entry by emily.emiley

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... and answered more questions.  We posed for a couple of pictures, because why not?  We wound our way back down to Honfleur, where we packed up our suitcases to get ready for our last destination: Paris!  One last dinner in town (enjoy that ...

Honfleur, Deauville et Pegasus Bridge, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur, Deauville et Pegasus Bridge

A travel blog entry by johanne_laval

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... plaît de ne pas la juger trop vite, mais mon amour de Johanne nous a fait faire un acte criminel en arrivant à Honfleur, contre mon gré, évidemment !! (ouffffffff ...) On voit un petit train rempli de touristes allemands. genre de "trolley" qui fait ...

Honfleur, Trouville, Deauville & Jumeiges, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur, Trouville, Deauville & Jumeiges

A travel blog entry by tandc2007

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... car park that has a 30 min max time limit, means we only spend a short time wandering the streets and harbour area of Honfleur – which is a pity, because the small amount we do see is very attractive, historic and interesting, and if the weather had ...

Last Day in Normandy, Honfleur, France travel blog

Last Day in Normandy

A travel blog entry by sethsokol

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... with upscale communities: giant houses, casinos, hotels, etc. It was spectacular, but also increasingly challenging for a cyclists with narrow hilly roads and lots of traffic.I arrived late to Honfleur and camped in the rain-soaked campgrounds ...

Goodbye to Paris, Honfleur, France travel blog

Goodbye to Paris

A travel blog entry by cintony

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... all around us were covered in white white snow! Amazing. We headed off the main highway and onto country roads towards Honfleur. Passed through many tiny little towns and villages, constantly reminding Tony to keep on the correct side of the road! We ...

Driving to Normandy., Honfleur, France travel blog

Driving to Normandy.

A travel blog entry by bigdhaas

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... picked up our rental car and drove north to Normandy, stopping to see a few things along the way: Giverny, where Claude Monet did his water lily paintings. Rouen, where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake. Honfleur. Fancy dinner at La Tortue (The Turtle). ...

Charming and Sobering Normandy, Honfleur, France travel blog

Charming and Sobering Normandy

A travel blog entry by bergerhof

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Today we went from the charming town of Honfleur, names after the Norseman, Hon, when he found refuge ("fleur") in Normandy - why?   look it up!   Had a bountiful luncheon on the water.  Then we drove to Caen for an afternoon at ...

Très charmant village., Honfleur, France travel blog

Très charmant village.

A travel blog entry by tiramillas

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... de Caudebec-en-Caux dans l'aller, et rétournant par Pont-Audemer, on se souviendra dans un autre post. Nous sommes retournés à Honfleur presque à 17 heures, qui est une heure de plus que prévu; mais nous ne pourront pas encore présagier le exquise ...

Our second camping site of the tour, Honfleur, France travel blog

Our second camping site of the tour

A travel blog entry by nikaries

We didn't really wnat to spend our second night in France free camping, so we got a spot in a campervan park just outside of Honfluer for two nights.  We walked into town and bought some fresh ...

One of the Best Days, Honfleur, France travel blog

One of the Best Days

A travel blog entry by fymkim

... water lily pond and the Japanese bridge...And his house...All beautiful and well kept.   We then headed on our way to Honfleur, a place that S's family friend recommended we visit.  We bypassed Rouen since we had a long drive ahead of us and the ...

Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur

A travel blog entry by elodie50a

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Day 4, Honfleur, France travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by ivormarion

... or blitzened yet and it’s ten to seven in the evening. We drove all the way down the coast from Morlay to Honfleur today, crossing the Seine at Pont de Tancerville and not the huge Pont de Normandie. It’s the long way round but prettier and ...

Honfleur, Honfleur, France travel blog

Honfleur

A travel blog entry by europe-in-a-t4

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