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... was a very interesting visit, and yes, we bought some jam. We now are off to see the house and garden of the Impressionist, Claude Monet (pronounced in French, "Clumonet"). Monet was one of the leading Impressionist artists which were prevalent in the last half of the nineteenth century (1850 - 1900). My sketchy understanding of the Impressionist Movement is that evolved with the start of the Industrial Revolution. Prior to the 1850s, most painters ...
1 oct -Rouen Busy looking around at shops. Lunch at the Vietnam cuisine the unique way of weighing your selection of dish .. Dinner at La mien, a nice shanghai la mien, entree were nice especially the seaweed and the mushroom ( Jamur kuping ) stir fry seafood noodle Not mentioning the handsome waiter that Cik Mey like so much ...
Morning breakfast at the hotel, quite a good spread of breakfast, my favorite croissants always my choice.. Roaming around ancient city of Rouen, beautiful Gothic Cathedral, one of the highlights of Rouen. taking some pictures with iphone and Samsung mobile seemed not so satisfying. will use more sophisticated camera next visit...(promise myself) Visited ...
... of their medieval town as they have closed down their tourist information office and no literature. We found this out at the Hotel de Ville. After a couple of cold beers we set off again for our evening mooring at Creil. At 2.30 the temperature was 98F 36C in the shade and we were all melting. It was 106F 44.5C in the sun so we are drinking lots of water plus other coolants. Jamie's chocolate that he had bought melted but fortunately ...
... I've witnessed people stand in line for over an hour just for Burger King. Granted, these are a bit special because there's only one A&F/BK in France, so they garner a bit more attention. But there's also more Starbucks and McDonald's then I think I've seen in all of the US, and most importantly, everyone wants to speak English.
I know that English is not strictly an American language, and I'm also well aware that many languages are spoken within the United States. But ...