La Maison De Christelle
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This is probably the view most people think about when the hear Honfleur. The reflection from the basin along the old buildings. Many artists have painted it.
We had some nice reflections and the addition of Christmas lights.
Photos from the 2 weeks.
A pretty romantic hotel - not where you want to spend 2 weeks with a dozen co-workers.
I had the honeymoon suite in the main building. The 4th floor was all mine. 2 rooms, 2 bathrooms, a nice view of the church in the square. Too bad I was there by myself.
... 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 ...
... cows graze in the field adjacent and reading my book. Then taking the girls for a walk through the village. The next day, we drove to a beautiful view spot at the 17th century, Chapelle de Notre-dame-de-Grâce. Overlooking <b>Honfluer</b>, a medieval port, and then into <b>Honfluer</b> Where we found easy parking around Vieux Port 4euro/day which gave us a few hours to meander around the ancient buildings, visiting the Lieutenance and ...
... having listened to the news perhaps I should change the analogy to that of Sainsbury's.) Trawlers, ferries, container ships and myriads of sailing boats were weaving in and out of each other on a glass like sea taking advantage of the incoming tide.
Driving down to the bottom of the cliffs we enjoyed a short walk along the promenade before deciding to wend our way back ...