Chateau Les Bruyeres
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This was the last continental leg of our big drive home from Mallorca. WeŽd never heard of it, but it was the standard two hours from our last stop in the Chateau, and looked nice, so we went for it. Went via Deauville, and were glad we hadnŽt stayed there-nice long beach, but not much else....so we were pleasantly surprised by this place. Very picturesque, with Norman ...
... makes me think very early Tudor with a dash of late Gothic influence. That means I see lots of heavy timber framed buildings with huge fat timber beams, they have bricks between the beams then plastered over. Gothic? I see some very steep skinny steeples like Notre Dame, there you have it. Had a nice little boat ride around the Honfleur basin, pretty big basin though, we came across a 150 berth cruise boat that had travelled down the Seine River from Paris into ...
... Tracey could not cope any longer. She turned into a hyperactive three year old way past her bed time. Finally, with the bikes locked in about 10.30pm, we went into action mode to find the best possey for an attempted few hours sleep. We found a nice little bunker room with aeroplane style seating and set up camp. Before long others started to filter in, but as they did, they frantically started pulling the seat cushions off. For a very small moment I had the urge to not ...
... Garden of the Missing, which were engraved tablets honoring the missing in action. We get back to Caen and grab a bite to eat. We decide to go back the way we came into the city, but come to find out the bus number we want only goes one way from that stop. That overall doesn't make any sense at all, but whatever. We can catch another bus from the train station, so back on the tram to go back to the train station. We get back to the train station ...
... Liseaux and her family attended church when she was growing up. It is a Norman gothic style cathedral, built during the 12th and 13th centuries. We saw the side chapel where the Martin family attended daily Mass and where Therese received her calling. The main altar was donated by Therese's father, Mr. Martin. Of particular interest was seeing the confessional, located in a side chapel near the entrance, where Therese made her first confession.
After leaving the cathedral, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility