Hôtel François d'Ô
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... beautiful dark skin and curly hair, who was carrying around her little pink hand bag, and definately had daddy wrapped around her little finger!!The next day we got up reasonably early for a pretty full day of sight seeing. We started out by going to Bayuex to see the Bayuex Tapistry. I had been making jokes about being a fan of tapastries at most of the museums that we had visited (don't get me wrong, they are incredible) so Simone thought I was joking about that too. Once ...
We managed to all get up at a decent hour this morning, grab a cup of offee and croissant, and head over to pick up Tante Suzanne to go to Honfleur, which is a beautiful little town on the Normand coast. It's not surprising that the artists enjoy hanging out in such a picturesque little village with a lovely marina. We found a nice little cafe by the water to grab a bite of lunch (La Chaloupe), and Sarafina was a lovely little waitress. We enjoyed some galettes, mussels, Normand ...
... spewed out at the cash registers and then heading to their dreary grey parking lot.
A bit of a come-down but it has to be done!
The end of this part of our gap year will be at Wold's End in Chipping Camden with no Internet connection for a couple of weeks.
I'll be doing a new blog for the Russian trip so if you don't hear form me via blog or email - it's because of the lack of internet service.
... covered under that if it isn't under warranty.
I managed to just catch the train I needed to get myself into Caen to meet Sarina, but it was raining very heavily by now! We still had the same issues with the shuttles, as they seem to be coming every 30 minutes, not the 15 they are supposed too, so decided to walk to the village from the dressage venue. Let me tell you, it was a long way when you ...
We started up our day (Chloe and Carlin were late waking up) with breakfast and a relaxing late departure. But before we left Mr. Stanley Fields (our WWII Veteran) decided to give each if us a generous gift which we appreciate very much.
We took a tour bus to the women's Abbey in central Caen. The veterans had a formal lunch (which was late starting). There we visited the beautiful grounds and the church attached. Then ...