Campanile Rouen Parc Expo
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... it out and see what the game plan is going to be. Good thing we did. The plan is more complicated than an NFL game plan. It all involves finding the parking area . . . glad we stopped in. Our marriage may not have survived this exercise without a day of practice!
Finally, back to the car and out of the city before the rush hour. A stop at our favorite bread shop and then a ...
... interesting and beautifully sited on the cliffs overlooking the Seine River.
We are finding that the GPS is absolutely required to find our way around this area and today was no exception. The French don't break their backs to advertise their beautiful historical and cultural sites and signage is a little sketchy.
Our next stop was the village ...
... to her paperwork. With that completed, the parking fine was paid and she was released on her own recognizance. For her good conduct, the policeman gave her a city police patch to cherish . . . and to remind her the eyes of justice never sleep in Bayeux, France!
An interesting side note. At the end of World War One, the French government had a very real problem. There were a mess of veterans missing arms and legs. The ...
... I, then, navigated Dayna to Utah Beach which was the beach where Americans landed nearly unopposed (compared to bloody Omaha). I'm glad I saw that because my tour won't go to that beach; plus, since we live in Utah, it has special meaning.
Our last stop was the town of Bayeux. It was the first real town that the allies captured and it is the "headquarters" ...
The pilgrimage to Monet's garden in Giverny sums up so much about Paris - expensive, cumbersome, crowded but ultimately richly rewarding. Bumbled our way via metro to St Lazard, then overground train to Vernon and finally bus to Giverny - about 80km north-west of Paris. Hard to complain about tourists when you're one yourself however whatever zen Claude ...