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... green Japanese bridge for photos. The water lillies are just finishing their season.
To include at least one chateau in our trip, we head east to Vernon, home of La Roche-Guyon Castle. It is noteworthy for being backed up onto and into the chalky cliffs along the Seine. The earliest part dates from mediaeval times, with 14th and 18th century additions plus troglodyte caves dug into the cliffs! These include ...
... She uncovers some glittered sunglasses, another grey more subtedly glittered pair and some by a lingerie designer featuring little ribbon detailing on the arms. Easily worth over AU$400 on average back home, her excitement is uncontainable when we discover they are each just €50 end of stock specials. Heck! At that rate I choose a pair for myself as well!
Add some great savoury crepes for dinner and a problem-free trip home and we declare it a 15,600 step tiring but fine ...
Seems to be that a month of travel always includes one ****** day. Yesterday was it for me.
This morning, my little camera seems to have come to life by being charged... No, it wasn't flat but the power has somehow kick-started it. Lost the photos on the memory card but at least they had been safely copied to the iPad previously.
We check out of the very average small hotel in Arromanches-sur-Mer where every menu in town last night offered very average dishes for ...
... wine. It is too wet, so the region is famous for its cider, instead.
We were back in Bayeux for a quick lunch, and then we headed to our timeshare home back at Connelles, south of Rouen. It was a two hour drive.
We stopped in our village at a little market for some sandwich meats in a meat market, some fruit in a fruit and veggie shop and added a baguette that we had already picked up in a bread store. Dinner. God is Great!
... we had to go around a big one way block and look again and saw a tiny sign for returning rental cars at the narrow entrance to an underground car park. By this time we had missed our train to Paris, and it was still difficult finding our way up to the concourse, printing off our prepaid tickets, and looking up the next train - by now only about 15 minutes away, but running late. Onto the platform with a throng of travellers, it arrived about 5 minutes late and I'm ...