Coeur De City Rouen Cathedrale
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... for us Saturday. This morning in Rouen we toured old historic area... City full of many spires, & where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in 1431. The afternoon we hiked to the top of Ric************* Hearts castle! BTW.... It's over 70 degrees & ...
... Weird to me, but amazing! This afternoon we did an extra tour to Honfleur, a seaside resort fishing village. Sitting in the sun on the wharf was great!! Back on board we're having a special lecture by Nigel Stewart, an expert on the Normandy Landings, where we travel ...
Excited about sunny weather! We left Paris at 11:30 last night and woke up to wonderful river scenery. The Gold Coast area of Normandy has magnificent homes on the Seine. Due to high water we have sailed faster and are arriving in Vernon 2 hours early. Our boat docked right in town so ...
After an incredibly long flight from Singapore (sitting next to a man who coughed the whole way) and 3 trains later, we arrived in Rouen. Jenny was there to meet us at the station and it was so good to see her! As our accommodation wasnt ready we went to Jennys apartment to have a rest and shower. When we arrived at our accommodation we were geeted by Mathilde who helped me lug my case upstairs! The apartment is small but cute ...
... Michael was happy too as the gallery had a large selection of paintings from the Dutch school, including some delightful Breughels. He was finished first of course and as usual set off to explore the town. The main street is wide and modern with the usual collection of stores (though even there the buildings are attractive and mostly old) and then suddenly you are into the historic centre.
Here the streets become a maze of narrow cobbled alleys, ...