Fasthotel Rouen Sud Louviers/Val de Reuil
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... be realistic and recognise that building of such age are bound to look a little aged but this one just looks grubby.
I found this to be rather cold and bleak and looking 'unloved'. Surprising considering the great pride which the community obviously take in their cathedral with it being used as the centre piece of the light show every evening.
Anyway, the hisotry of this cathedral dates back to around A.D. 260 when St Mellon
... just drinking in the story of this unique young lady .
Outside the church, located in Market Square, a 30 metre cross marks the place where Joan of Arc was burnt alive on 30th May, 1431. She was nineteen years old.
With ignorance, I must confess that, until prior to my visit to Rouen, my knowledge of Joan of Arc has been gleaned from childhood stories. It is quite an extraordinary story even by today's standards where there is so much ...
Through tiny, narrow cobbled streets i finally reached the Mecure. At 7.4m I was hungry and a tad tired . . . the Mecure has no restaurant and apparently there is a great light show on at the Notre Dame Cathedral at 9.30pm.
the Cathedral, I discover is no more than 75 metres from my hotel and there are restaurants on the other side so off I go.
Probably the ...
After another breakfast bag we hit the road, making our way further north towards Rouen. This was quite a scenic drive as we drove through lots of small villages, forests and passed rivers. On arrival in Rouen we parked next to the Notre Dame (they're seriously in every town, this one had about 3 cathedrals that looked very similar and really threw off my sense of direction). This one was even ...
... Tomatoes and Artichokes. After one bite she couldn't believe how good the bread was! We then moved onto a little bit of sweet stuff - a Chocolate Fondant for Emma and a Pain au Sucre Bis for me (which was a sugar bread with chocolate and confit orange inside) - amazing on all accounts! We got up (aware that Andy hadn't put enough coins in to the parking meter) and ordered a heap of bread and pastries to take with us! While it wasn't the cheapest, it was a very memorable ...