Quality Hotel la Berteliere
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... took 18 months to build this fortress and was finished in 1197.
After walking down from the fortress, we all gathered and rode a short distance to an apple farm. We had a delightful visit there with the owner and his wife who had a 150 acre farm which they were trying to make sustainable and well as profitable. He raised cider apples and canola. He makes the French drink cidre which is a sparkling apple juice, Pomo, which is ...
ROUEN, MAY 31, 2015
Today we are in Rouen and it is Mother’s Day in France. This holiday was started by Petin who was the head of the Vichy government in WWII. For this reason it is not widely celebrated.
It is raining again after our beautiful day yesterday. We head out for Jumiege. Our short bus ride gives us the opportunity to learn some of the early history of this part of Normandy. ...
... been a traffic accident and our bus got held up for half an hour so that took time out of our day. It eventually arrived and we were on our way, the countryside around Versailles is very pretty and the village is as picturesque as you would imagine with lovely tree lined avenues, two sets of trees on each side of the road with walkways between, really pretty. Your first glimpse of Versailles and it is magnificent, sparkles gold in the sunshine, ...
... spire. We went to visit an ossuary that was used during the time of the Black Plague. The buildings surrounded a gorgeous courtyard. The ornamental carving is very macabre with skulls and crossbones. This was also the site if my almost tragedy. I stepped off a stone step and my body moved forward and my shoe and leg remained behind. I hobbled for the rest of the day but all was well. Rouen was also where Joan ...
... buildings lean into each other and hover over narrow lanes -- it was like time travel back to the Middle Ages.
We visited Rouen's amazing Notre-Dame Cathedral, which has beautiful stained glass and architecture. Inside we saw the tomb of Rollo, the first Duke of Normandy (933). A nearby tomb contains the heart of Ric*************heart (died 1199). Debbie and I will be the only ones who can relate to this!
Later in the ...