Hotel Du Grand Cerf
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Originally today, I was travelling to Lisieux to visit the area where St Therese, the Little Flower, grew up. There is not a regular train to Lisieux from Rouen and you 'take your chances' when trying to book. Once I arrived in Rouen I attempted to book but the first available train was Thursday . . . I leave on Thursday morning so . . . no Liseux.
I took a more leisurely tour of the Notre Dame Cathedral and then was able to visit a couple of other ...
... forward looking youth and the progress of women in both the political and military movements. This story took place in the fifteenth century.
I am cheating . . . stealing some words from a little pamphlet I paid 50c for at the church. 'Too often, Joan of Arc is depicted as a warrior, thus admired by some, reviled by others. It was certainly her military campaign which allowed her to achieve her political objective. In appreciating the military ...
A very, very long day sitting in trains! The journey from Lourdes, returning to Paris is 6 hours with less than an hour to cross from one side of Paris to other to catch my train to Rouen. I nearly didn't make it but thankfully the train was slightly delayed. Another hour before I finally reach my destination.
French taxi drivers never seem very excited when you approach them - almost an ...
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 ...
... a coffee when we heard a thudding. We looked out of the window and 2 horse and trap (trotters) were speeding down the beach. Awesome time and place to do so. When we were ready we set off for a walk to go and find the American war memorial that had 9387 graves in which 307 were unknown. It took some finding but we did eventually get there. The path we took which was just off the beach lead us past a large bunker that still housed an anti tank gun, we walked up a cliff for a look ...