La Vieille Tour
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... th century ,but unlike most other towns the walls that were constructed around the cities is still in good condition and the town centre is protected from bad weather and is much quieter from the road noise which is outside the wall. This town is very old and steeps with history. We went on a walking tour of the town and later enjoyed looking at the market place and Window ...
... for us, this was lovely to watch. This town is known for hiding the Jews and Pierre's mother hid a doctor in the ceiling of her kitchen for 2 years and he was never found by the Germans,afterwards he became the family Doctor. Interestingly this town of 4000 people has several doctors 4 of which are physiatrists . Another of the groups visited a guides home that has been in her family since the war,she was able to show the people ...
After breakfast we met our guide Ginnie for a city walk through Rouen. Fortunately our ship is docked right on Seine, a short walk into the centre of Rouen.
The Seine was key to Rouen’s development into one of France’s greatest ports down the centuries. Romans and Vikings gave prominence to this part of the Seine Valley. When Vikings settled and became Normans in the 10th century, Rouen became Normandy’s capital.English ...
... all our passports and a serious sum of cash behind in a black bag. This was all left under the mattress while we went out during the day yesterday, so since we enjoyed La Rochelle so much it was time for a revisit, we were very lucky we had not hit the highway. What was meant to be a drive of just under 4 hours was now going to be a drive of six hours – Oh well and very well accepted by all. We left La Rochelle this time at 12noon. Things were heading along smoothly until ...
... to get the CD of when we got back home.
We left the cathedral with the stunning Benedictus rattling around in my head, and headed out on a pedestrian street lined with the beautiful half-timbered buildings that fill the city center (many of them restorations after WWII bombing destroyed the originals) toward the square containing the Church of Joan of Arc in the place where Joan was executed in 1431. Frank and Nancy had gone for a very ...