Le Chateau des Lumieres
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... taken off my sweater at one. However the afternoon was much nicer as it was sunny and warm in Gonneville so we lazed outside drinking beer etc for the afternoon and evening. A pretty relaxing day overall a rarity on this trip. The next day we went back to Dieppe for the market and wow was it busy, a tone of people at the market and all kinds of scooter boys whipping around. Nothing too different at the market ...
... at the park for a bit, but the clouds actually seemed to get worse so we went down to the beach anyway. The kids and Aaron of course wanted to go into the water so ewe walked down to the sandy section and they went in. It was pretty chilly but the scenery was beautiful with the cliffs on all sides and huge beach stretching out. There are lots of little houses ...
... here maximum cost should be like 3euros. We took a scenic route home mostly because we missed the turn which often happens, but we drove through a nice forest which a kind of cool. And then can you believe it the sun came out we were so excited we headed to he backyard to soak up the vitamin D. Played some games, made some dinner etc.. Then some more sitting in the sun in the front now after dinner since we don't know when it will be ...
... locals buying fresh vegetables, fish and baguette. The market offered all kinds of things from food to clothing. Josh and I found a great boulangerie for lunch. I had a delicious vegetable pizza on a baguette and Josh and I shared a dessert called the 'religeuse' - pastry, whipped cream and chocolate mousse. It was awesome! On our way back from the market, we walked past a local sitting on a bench singing in French - holding a big bottle of wine. The first bottle ...
... price of menus as we walked around the town. The prices had certainly risen, but we were pleasantly surprised to find that Le Jardin, which had always been expensive in the past, had a Menu du Jour which was priced at €18 for two courses. I decided to treat Neil for doing all the driving, which also ensured no cooking for either of us when we returned to the ...