Manoir de la Brunetiere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... an elderly passenger asking if I'd help them with something. It's becoming almost expected. I always help them out the best that I can if for no other reason that I think it's quite cool when an 80+ person asks me if I can help them with their FaceTime or send a text message. How cool is that, really?? Tomorrow we're back to Southampton where a lot of passengers will be leaving us and a whole new bunch who we'll be crossing the Atlantic with. For us, a day of ...
... over being beaten.....second....collaboration..... when France surrendered, Hitler split it up into 3 regions.
One basically became Germany, the second, an area administered by Germany, the third...a Free France....Governed by the French...out of Vichy (ergo called Vichy France). It was evident they were puppets of Hitler and from a French perspective....there is shame in what happened....and to the collaborators and collaboration ...
... was really something to be there. I too it in and the sun was setting so it was time to find me hotel and some food.
The ride is so cool...windy roads....lil villages....and eventually I found me way to me hotel...Hopped off...and wandered to a restaurant. Found a Creperie....OMG!!!!! Was it ever good.....some drinks and time to find the hotel bar to relax.....needless to say I staggered to me room and sleep was pretty easy to find. What a ...
... quarters from 16th century and amazingly preserved pottery, costumes, household effects and so much from the early days. It was all catalogued so well and so interesting. There are so many restaurants,tourist shops and tourists. After tea we went for a walk around the town and the markets. It is a very pretty ...
... reaching Honfleur we came across a beautiful port town with lots of boats, shops and tourists but very pretty. The streets are all cobblestones and very narrow and had difficulty getting to our unit. We were very lucky I'm finding a parking space right near. The unit was quaint, typically French and had cooking facilities. We decided to go to the supermarket and buy fresh vegies and breakfast food so we would be self sufficient for the couple of days we were ...