Hotel Du Grand Cerf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The lock workers went on strike yesterday so we arrived in Rouen.. Unplanned overnight stay and as of 12 noon we found out the locks would reopen at 5 pm. We'll travel toward Paris this evening. Also heard air traffic controllers are on strike, so not sure what ...
... The lack of hot water in the showers just about rounded off the day and the fact that the girls can't sleep because they are in bed an hour early isn't helping anyone. Having seen the musical Annie a few times lately, and having heard the sound track much more than a few times there is one thing I have learnt and that is that the sun will come out tomorrow. In response to that all I have to say is, not in bloody France it ...
... as we walked. With each bite I took custard squelched from the side and icing sugar tickled my nose but I didn't care, I was high on patisserie. My name is Paul and I'm a patissaholic. We walked back to Sven, unsurprisingly with a spring in our step and joy in our heart, although Allegra was struggling a bit by the end. Dinner in the van and washing dishes outdoors in the dark ended the day. France, it is good to be ...
... for us with a glorious sunny day, only a bit chilly in the afternoon. Just before returning home Jenny took us to her favourite tea house where we had delicious cups of tea in cute teapots and jenny and amy had caramel crepes. Another night in the apartment now cooking our own dinner -lucky there is a supermarket down the road. Just about timeto sleep as tomorrow we already say goodbye to Jenny and catch the train back to Paris. ...
... and hens not to mention the cheese and assorted vegetables and brightly coloured clothes. We grabbed some pastries from a charcuterie all of which were good and then took a stop at the usual church and playground. No matter how small a town you drive through here and there are a lot of small towns they all seem to have a huge church in the centre of town. I have no idea how they support all these churches and if people still go, ...