B&B Hotel Evreux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 & ...
... a beautiful church over 1000 years old. It was special to hear the organ music before Easter Monday mass. This afternoon was spent at Giverny - Monet's garden and home. Can't express just how good the food and service have been so far!! The French do pastries & desserts so ...
... of character (and very steep stairs). We decided to have dinner at home with an early night. After a long sleep and cruisy morning we spent the day exploring and beautiful town of Rouen. The buildings and cobble stone streets are amazing! We wondered through shops then met Jenny who showed us through the cathedral and where joan of arc was burnt, I also lit a candle for pa at the cathedral. Mother nature even turned on ...
... the bible, rick steves says that people who deal with tourists all the time get sick of them and can have poor attitudes towards them. Maybe merchants and people in general in places like Bayeux and Rouen deal with tourists less and are therefore more receptive towards them. Usually when the french have figured out I'm a tourist (if the jacket doesn't give it away instantly, which it usually does), they react with a smile and curiosity
-The french work a ...
... there were 650 Germans guarding the area). From Pointe du Hoc, we drove down to Omaha Beach.which is about six miles long; of course, today, it is a recreation area. Depending on the tide, the landing beach presented the American forces with difficulties. The Germans had mined the channel, the beaches, and any open area where the soldiers could get to the high ground. In addition, there were various metal and wood structures (mined) that would create obstacles for any tanks ...