Hôtel L'Aiguille Creuse
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The most important thing about today is the weather: SUNNY! with cool temps, a perfect day for our all-day trip to Honfleur. It sits near the mouth of the Seine as it empties into the English Channel (La Manche). It is billed as a terminally cute town, with narrow 17thC. houses lining the harbor. It was only an hour+ journey and we arrived by 11AM, found cheap parking as advised by our guidebook, and walking into town past the docked riverboats. The town consisted of the ...
... was lost - mon dieu. In 1863, Alexandre Le Grand, a wealthy industrialist, discovered the long lost recipe for Dom Bernardo Vincelli’s elixir. He named it Benedictine, started producing it and had the Palace built in honour of the monk and his liqueur.
We toured the Palace, which is now a museum covering the history and the crafting of the Benedictine liqueur, then had a quick tour through the ...
... windows were installed and bright colors were used inside to make them attractive.
We then went to a goat farm on our way to Etretat. The farm is run by Bernard and his wife and is situated on a high cliff overlooking the English channel. Bernard was a very amusing host and told us all about his farms and the challenges with raising the goats and making the cheeses. He makes thousands of pounds of cheese which he sells to stores ...
... I was feeling much more relaxed. Such beautiful countryside with field after field of Canola, other crops, ploughed fields, lots of cows, rustic rickety old farm buildings and sights of quaint French villages along the way. We travelled for about 50km along freeways (David was impressed with the 130km speed limit) before turning off to a village that Stephen (the B&B owner) had suggested. It was nice but my jacket was just not ...
We wanted to explore Etertat again as we thought it looked like lovely little town our first drive through. Beautiful and SUNY to start our day off and no wrong turns all the way there. The walk through the town was great cute little shops and markets to the very rocky beach. Of course the boys got wet but they enjoyed throwing the rocks into the ocean. It is not so lovely to sit on the ...
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