Campanile Le Havre Est - Gonfreville
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Today was the first of two days to get to Dieppe. We had a nominal route of 80 km and an extended one of 100 km. We had a group of six who did the extended route--Dave, Linda, Don, Sue, Carole and me as Tail End Charlie.
We had a terrific ride in some great varieties of weather. Started in windy and blustery conditions, then some sunshine …
... all of which were build after the entire town was burnt down in 14th century.The construction of these homes are really something to see, it almost looks like they built one place and then kept adding another and another all joined together all different shapes and sizes and a mixture of materials.The majority are build from the wooden external supports with the limestone mixture in between, occasionally there are some ...
... walked down to the centre of town again for another look around all the stalls and to look for a restaurant for lunch. We had passed one which was near the bottom of our road but thought we'd prefer to be nearer the centre but it was not to be, so we went back to the first.
We still had to wait 30 minutes so sat on the prom and watched people on the beach. Some kid had left it's little pull along case parked right up against ...
... Abbey chapel and the gift shop. The other was in a large room that might have passed for a ballroom except it being a religious place. Not sure the point of these balls. Also, as you come up to the ticket office,there was a gold covered “dragon claw” over one wall. If you didn’t look up, you’d miss it. And as you came up the steps after getting your ticket, to the first abbey and the information room, there was a large bird head ...
We then took the bus from Caen to Douvres as we planned to walk to nearby German bunkers. We had very basic directions as to how to get to them and once we got out of the town and around the farmers fields we found that our directions were even more basic than we expected. We were to look for a forested area a few kilometres away from a certain town, but there were many small treed areas and no clear way to get to them. Our ...