B&B Hotel Evreux
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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There is nothing to raise the spirits high like a blue sky morning, a good hot shower, a leisurely breakfast that includes apple tart and the promise of a good day trip.
Today we plug Monet's Garden into the GPS. Naggy Maggy seems to pick the shortest routes between two points, rather than the quickest. In fact, much in France is slow... The tourism office is closed 12-2pm for lunch, we can't get a hot meal in ...
... the most opulent one I have seen from the outside. Apparently though it was heavily bombed in WWII and much of the cleaned stonework is restoration. Inside it is dark and heavy. The windows are dark and sad, in need of cleaning. About 50% have been destroyed and replaced with opaque clear glass including a huge rose window. Such a loss.
JA and I follow a walking tour map and visit the site where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake. A large modern cross marks the spot but ...
... June 6th memorial day. The cinema plays a ten minute film of archival footage in the round and is an excellent synopsis of the battle on the western front.
A trip of about ninety minutes takes us further north up the coast to Honfleur, a former fishing village. It is now a tourist destination with CUTE as it's middle name... Seriously cute terraces along a waterfront. Seriously cute double decker merry-go-round. Extra cute shops selling fine artisan gifts and good ...
... moment keeps on giving. With the bikes now on their way we headed to Wellington Quarry, an area at played an active part in accommodating troops leading into the battle of Arras. We took a tour down into the quarry tunnels and saw first hand the conditions the troops endured. A great experience. It was now around 3pm and we wanted to get to Villers Bretonneux for the War Memorial dedicated to Australian soldiers who defended the ...
The pilgrimage to Monet's garden in Giverny sums up so much about Paris - expensive, cumbersome, crowded but ultimately richly rewarding. Bumbled our way via metro to St Lazard, then overground train to Vernon and finally bus to Giverny - about 80km north-west of Paris. Hard to complain about tourists when you're one yourself however whatever zen Claude ...