Balladins Rouen Val-de-Reuil
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... Inside length: 137m
West front length: 62m
Central knae height: 28m
Maximum height of spire from the ground: 151m
Weight of the cast iron spire: approx 99 metric tons
Wrought iron has obviously played an important role in this city's history. I never made it the museum but upon reading about it, there are whole sections dedicated to wrought iron, its manufacture, development and use.
... the laneways for 45 minutes proudly showing off some of what Rouen has to offer with commentary in French and then thankfully English. In reality the trip should only take 30 minutes but there is a little waiting as cars reverse out of alleys, drivers stop to ask directions and the now familiar site of waiting for people as they drag reluctant dogs around with them. I've never seen so many people with dogs . . . .on the street, in shops and in ...
... I've not seen anyone sitting outside a restaurant smoking . . . this pleases me no end. They, too, tell me about the light show.
A crowd of easily three hundred people gathered at the front of the Cathedral no doubt all told my waiters and hotel staff. I was expecting a few laser lights flashing around for a few minutes, instead I saw one of the most stunning visual presentations I ...
After another breakfast bag we hit the road, making our way further north towards Rouen. This was quite a scenic drive as we drove through lots of small villages, forests and passed rivers. On arrival in Rouen we parked next to the Notre Dame (they're seriously in every town, this one had about 3 cathedrals that looked very similar and really threw off my sense of direction). This one was even ...
... some things to send home with us. While she was doing that I found the Gumboot section! After looking up and down for a while we both finally decided to get some Solognac Thermal Gumboots! They have a warm liner in them and are closer to Ugg boots but with full rubber outsides! With this stuff all gathered (and a few extra cans of cooking gas) we headed back out into Paris! Fifteen more minutes or so and we had made it to Chambelland, which wasn't the easiest to find, but ...