Hotel La Coupe d'Or
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... rather than navigate. The first part of the route took me through the port area-- Le Havre being the biggest port container facility in France. It looked much like a cargo port might. I knew this wouldn't be the most scenic part, but I figured it would be interesting, and it was. Less "interesting" were the semis passing me along the road-- in the rain, with no light-- but to their credit, they were unfailingly courteous about passing me. I felt like ...
Our last 4 nights on route to Paris were spent in Honfleur. This was one of my dad's favourite places on his last trip to France, and I can see why. It was a great place to end our French regional sojourn. Honfleur is a charming maritime town, centred around the Vieux basin (old harbour), with its sailing ships and colourful buildings. We also happened to be there on the weekend of a shrimp festival!
The Saturday morning market around the old harbour ...
... exciting - there were people all gathered there to take photos & even the police drove on the footpath to see this so I'm not the only one to get excited by this. Next we drive to Etretat which is a beautiful beachside town with tall white cliffs the same as the white cliffs of Dover. This was a lovely little town with pebbles for sand on the beach. 25/9/2014 Thursday It was another big day today as we went to Le Mont Saint Michel. We drove for 2 hours ...
... so much more when you do without... I struggled finding the other museums so spent all my time at the Basilica. It is majestic just from the outside - and the countryside is just rolling green hills, trees all over. My hike was so enjoyable, even found a short cut through the Arboretum. Now this church was built after Therese Martin was awarded sainthood, so it was not built until 1925. A bit different architecture and the inside was ...
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We settled back into a little London stint, mostly in order to recharge, but also because we didn't want to say goodbye to our friends or our comforts. We stayed a little longer than expected, trying to squeeze in an extra Saturday night with our friends. Our last Hooraah started with a windy but lovely cycle along the Thames, until we made our way back to the Dalston street food markets where all the cool ...