Formule 1 Evreux Sud
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... a theatre, cool stores for oranges and a pigeoniere. It is a good balance of grand state rooms and curious outbuildings. Plus stairs... Molta scala!!!
A detour home finds dinner - after three more opticians in search of pink frames!
Now where is that Nurofen? Our knees and hips are complaining after so many steep steps and cobblestones . Neither of us is clearly up to the standard of Ercole of Vernazza!
This morning we meet Steve and Sue from Tasmania over breakfast. We had noticed them last night as we enjoyed our dinner out. Apparently their duck was not - confirming that the "Menu Touriste" is NEVER the way to go.
We arrange to carpool and take them with us to Rouen in the afternoon. In the morning, JA marches me up the hill behind the village to Chateau Gaillard, Ric*************heart's base in the 14th and 15th centuries. Only ruins remain after years of ...
... tourists. We set out along the coastal road to Honfleur and travel through Gold, Omaha, Juno and Sword beaches where allied forces landed to defeat the German forces advancing on England.
The most impressive aspect is the vast lengths of floating pontons constructed by Royal Engineers in various UK ports, towed across the English Channel and assembled out from the beaches to serve as floating jetties. They were brough into the beaches at low tide so that vast ...
... driving from one extreme end of Normandy to the other end, a job that took the American GI's two months to do in 1944. But, then, they had those darn pushy Germans mucking things up. We, on the other hand, were driving, once again, on the right and had four lane highways!
Dayna has little interest is war history and I am going to spend a whole day on a D-Day tour ...
... as we power east to Paris. Some of the way we are alongside the Seine (as both Rouen and Giverny are), mostly through towns, and it's not a TGV, more like an inter urban, going very fast but certainly feels like it, rocking and rolling! It's still grey and overcast, and I'm getting tired of my limited warmer clothes and could have left the shorts at home! We'll arrive at Paris St Lazare about quarter to 7. Looking forward to a good dinner, and a good sleep in St Germain des ...