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... flowers are grouped by colour. Most are familiar perennials. It is a great place to eat lunch!
Monet's house is open for inspection and shows a Chinoiserie influence. It has commissioned reproductions stacked high on the wall of his studio. The large family kitchen has a wood stove the country relatives would die for!
A tunnel under the road takes us to the famed water lily pond where crowds mill ...
... One hundred spirals steps up gives us a panoramic view of the town.
And just when I thought we were sussing out dinner options, JA spots an optometrist. She has already checked out two others while I explored the cathedral but she is a girl with a fetish for individualistic frames! They are the windows to her unique personality... The poor guy about to close shop has no idea of the whirlwind about to hit.
JA works her way through every style of coloured ...
... other hand, am still struggling as a passenger on the 'wrong' side of the car going counterclockwise around roundabouts!... I am continually confusing my right and left now - something which never happens at home.
And what do we find at Les Andelys? MORE cute!
Tudor style houses, floodlit fort on the hill, river walks and a fine French cafe for dinner. What's more, the accommodation standards are back on track with a delightful room in a grand old home.
... the apples on the newly level grounds. The Americans must have needed the home and barns because, through it all, they survived and are very old.
We did some tasting. Dayna did some schmoozing and we left with some apple juice, some 4.5% Apple cider, some apple jelly and an apple brandy that has a real kick to it. All grown and produced on the farm. It is interesting to know that Normandy is the only province in France that dose ...
... t win! Arriving in Rouen though we had to get petrol to fill the car before returning, and the first station we found was unmanned and card only, which didn't take any of our cards. We found another and filled the car, only to take a wrong turn on leaving and needing to go round the block to get back on track. Got to the station which was an incredible maze of traffic in one way streets, and despite the GPS saying we were there, could find no Europcar office or ...