Campanile Rouen Sud-Cleon Elbeuf
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We awoke t be in Avignon and low and behold once again we had a vessel attach to outside our window. River cruising has become so popular that mown the river boats have to moor to each other at times and then the guests walk through the vessel closest to the dock to get to land, the first time this happened it was ,a bit off putting but we have adjusted to it. Avignon also dates back ...
... from the ravages of the Hundred Years' War and the "Black death". Within the wall, the city developed a style that has been preserved through the village. We walked through this wonderful village, only 4000 people live here, all streets lead to the too of the mountain where when you reach to top a most magnificent view is there to meet you. A most picturesque ,cobblestones beautiful area, This village is very quite only 3 shops. A ...
At the end of day. "You have used all your data" appeared on my phone." Sooo we have to figure out another way to share our current great adventure. Our wonderful and not yet mentioned new best friends "The Aussies" Chris and Deb have been communicating via a Blog. Bob not ever having had an original thought went ahead and snatched another great idea. So our Blog is ...
... mean children but ladies and men dressed up obviously going to work. And I don't mean motor scooters, but ones that kids have that you put one foot on and push. Most peculiar but efficient I guess.
So, we arrived in Vernon, a town of about 25,000 people and about 5 km from Giverny. They provide a shuttle at the train station but we could not take as, THE HERMITAGE, where we were staying was about 3 km from Giverny and the bus ...
... the Cathedral at 7.30, followed by what sounded like a siren. After we had had our coffee we got on our bikes and rode to find Bayeux war cemetery where 4144 commonwealth soldiers died during world war 2, 338 are unidentified and 500 are of other nationalities, mostly Greman. Rich and I did see some graves with small flags at the gravestone for a few Australians, 3 New Zealand and a South African. It was a very well kept and touching place to visit. Every single grave had flowers ...