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This was the last continental leg of our big drive home from Mallorca. WeŽd never heard of it, but it was the standard two hours from our last stop in the Chateau, and looked nice, so we went for it. Went via Deauville, and were glad we hadnŽt stayed there-nice long beach, but not much else....so we were pleasantly surprised by this place. Very picturesque, with Norman ...
... could also see the burrows in the face cliff where Germans would have been placed as spotters for incoming British sea and aircraft. We noted that if you wished to, your could walk around the base of the cliffs at dead low tide to the next bay, you would have to crawl through a tunnel in the base of the big arch and then you were on the secluded beach. If you left your return trek too late, the tide will trap you. For these circumstances the authorities have affixed a ...
... makes me think very early Tudor with a dash of late Gothic influence. That means I see lots of heavy timber framed buildings with huge fat timber beams, they have bricks between the beams then plastered over. Gothic? I see some very steep skinny steeples like Notre Dame, there you have it. Had a nice little boat ride around the Honfleur basin, pretty big basin though, we came across a 150 berth cruise boat that had travelled down the Seine River from Paris into ...
... served with wartime boiled potatoes. We took an impromptu excursion around the centre of Rouen curtesy of the precocious SatNav versus the legendary Robinson sense of direction. Just at the moment we arrived in le rush hour the satnav decided to run out of power and the ginger compass went to sleep. With a little help from Steve Jobs we made it out of the River Seine and cruised on to Honfleur to the very French Hôtel ...
We made the trek to Honfleur from Paris on Thursday, stopping in Caen first to see the Peace Museum. Caen is in Normandy just to the south and east of some of the infamous beaches of D-Day. This was a place Brian always wanted to go to to honor his dad who was on a minesweeper on June 6, 1944, the second ship to leave the UK on the way to France for that battle.
We did not see the beaches this visit but we spent ...
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