Chateau de Villequier

Address: Villequier le Haut, Honfleur, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 76490, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Villequier le Haut, Honfleur.
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Travel Blogs from Honfleur

Day 18 Friday 6th November

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 06, 2015

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... did manage to find one or two things to bring home. Must keep that economy going. One of the highlights of Avignon is the popes Palace.The biggest castle ou have ever seen We were able to go on at our if wanted , as there 200 steps n loved we bib not try this as Kens knee is only just holding up. Another ,attraction is the Avignon bridge, this bridge when construction had 12 ...

Day 17 Thursday 5th November

A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 05, 2015

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Overnight we have travelled to Viviers a little village dating back to 5 th century well known for many ones hiding the Jews from the Germans. Viviers the bishop of Alba decided to settle in Viviers, which became the capital of Vivarais. From the 12 th to the 13 th century, Viviers was a part of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1307 it was united with the kingdom of France.the population felt the need to reinforce the fortifications so as to ...


A travel blog entry by sandybird on Sep 16, 2015

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Wednesday 16th Sep Albert to Honfleur. Our final morning with David was very moving. First we went to Warlen British Cemetery where Robyn read the citation for the awarding of a VC to a NZ soldier buried here and then at Vraucourt Cemetery we found the grave and headstone for the third brother whose family history started the night at the Mening Gate in Ieper (Ypres) at the start of our Tour with David. RG Howell-Price was the youngest of the brothers and as a ...

OAPs cruise Part 2

A travel blog entry by sue.susan on May 14, 2015

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... the Ascension, a public holiday. We enjoyed walking around admiring the town and all the boats that were tied up in the marina. We took the little tourist train around for an overview although the commentary wasn't in English we saw many parts of t he town and went up to an old chapel overlooking the town where a sung mass was being celebrated. There were man beautiful mansions and small farms up in that area as well as great views down over ...

The basin

A travel blog entry by nahury1 on Dec 07, 2014

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This is probably the view most people think about when the hear Honfleur. The reflection from the basin along the old buildings. Many artists have painted it.

We had some nice reflections and the addition of Christmas lights.
Photos from the 2 weeks.

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