Best Western Le Cheval Blanc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Le Cheval Blanc Honfleur
Wonderful location near everything, restaurants, shops and very friendly staff. Great recommendations on restaurants for the staff.
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The aire was full, as usual, with big vans. Few were less than 7 m and some were huge. You wonder how some of them get round small towns - maybe they don't. The joy of Smartie is that we can dump Monty in a suitable pitch and then scamper off to see the sights. You can't do that so easily with a coach sized motorhome and bikes. Plus they cost hugely on the autoroutes. The only problem with Fecamp ...
... wandering round the town - something never done before. It's a small provincial centre with adequate shops for the needs of the locals and one or two upmarket shops for the sailors who stopover in the marina.
The seafront was amazing - the height of the waves frightening, but the seagulls were having a wonderful time surfing the wind.
The tourist office was friendly and with free wifi. I always forget that reasonably sized towns have TO and usually ...
... but after lunch we had a bit of a flutter at Trouville’s casino, where we managed to win half of our lunch spend back! It was a beautiful day and the sun was shining for the weekend jazz festival. We watched a great little jazz band playing a few classics (including an encore of the theme from Monsters Inc) nearby the fish market, and took a walk along the beach promenade where everybody was out for a walk, flying a kite, or playing petanque.
... speech made by Paul Keating about Australians and war. But right now are we being taken into another war that's none of our business so our PM can look tough and as if he's part of the Anzac tradition, to get votes? 24/9/2014 Wednesday We decided to stay more local today & went over to Honfleur this morning where we went to the art gallery that featured Eugene Boudin who was the teacher of impressionist painters including Monet. We then went in the bell ...
We visited Honfleur a couple of years back and it is just as magical now as it was then.
We're staying a couple of days, relaxing and exploring the wonderful streets.
There's very few visitors in the inner basin - we're pretty much moored up in the same spot as last time.
We're hoping to head off in a few days heading west, but the wind is proving to be on the nose (as usual). We're thinking of taking the boat to Caen via the lock and canal.