Campanile Honfleur La Riviere Saint Sauveur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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What a magnificent golf course, lovely memories of this place and its in immaculate condition, lucky Linda only walked round with Tia as I won again..! Note, must come back and play here again...! Played it 10 years ago with Dan and Mark, might have been the time Bears weren't the only creatures to *hit in the wood, hey Dan?!!! And I played this also 25 years ago with the Amex Guys from Pyecombe Golf Club... Fond ...
... 24kms from our destination, if we use the toll road or more than double that if we don't. We change our mind about toll roads. We should have know, this is France, and of course they have toll booths staffed with people. We pull up at the booth, hand over the appropriate amount of euro and are in Le Havre and at our hotel within 30 mins. Too easy. My first day of driving on the wrong side of the car, on the wrong side of the road! We do ...
Etretat was recommended by my plastic surgeon, who was recently there. IT WAS A ZOO in town, took us over 20 minutes to find a parking spot and that was a 10 minute walk into town. Once we got there however it was right on a beach (gravel not sand). The town and boardwalk were sandwiched between two high towering white cliffs. As you can see from the pictures, it was jaw dropping scenic. ...
... Saw another massive cathedral with the tomb of Ric*************heart he is not actually in the tomb but his heart was once there. Went through a little book/gift shop to look at some painting on the wall and on the way out Stephen and I decided to buy the obligatory fridge magnet, as the guide went past I said don't wait for us we will catch up, well there was a guide who is permanently travelling with another group who were in the same bus as ...
... the gardens were magnificent. The pictures speak 1,000 words! There are probably 3 main parts to the gardens; the main garden, which slopes downwards towards the road, the water garden over the road and the house which overlooks it all. Each is equally captivating.
The flower garden called Clos Normand, in front of the house, is about one hectacre and has flower beds full of perspectives, symmetries and colours. Claude Monet did not like organised nor ...