Balladins Rouen-Franqueville St Pierre Superior
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... course so who knows what it might be! Today was no exception. Our appetizer was a nice salad with a "patty" of chopped raw beef marinated in some kind of dressing and those little green things, kippers or something like that. I thought it was tasty, Dayna didn't think much of it (the raw meat, you know, can cause salmonella, or worse). However, the main course was a good recovery. I ...
... interesting and beautifully sited on the cliffs overlooking the Seine River.
We are finding that the GPS is absolutely required to find our way around this area and today was no exception. The French don't break their backs to advertise their beautiful historical and cultural sites and signage is a little sketchy.
Our next stop was the village ...
... taking care of parking ticket fines. Interesting!
With the reformed offender back behind the wheel, we headed off to the beaches to show Dayna a few of the D-Day sites including the American Cemetery at Omaha Beach and the battle site at Pointe du Hoc. Both I had seen yesterday, but today was a mostly sunny day as opposed to yesterday, which was rainy and windy.
On our way back to town, we stopped at a cider farm and ...
We woke up in France this morning, which is the first time ever for me! (Dayna and Amy spent a week in Paris 18 years ago!) The hotel offered a French breakfast, that should have been a hint but we bit. For the meager sum of about $8.00 American each we got a French screwing. It was better than bread and water, but not much. We'll remember to go down the street in the ...
... in his garden has well & truly gone with crowds jostling for prime photo position on the Japanese bridge. But still - it is fabulous to see the garden behind the paintings - especially the waterlillies of course. Monet lived here for the second half of his life - roughly 40 years and his house has been restored to as it was in his time - ...