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... what our choice would be. Along the quayside, motorhomes were ranked alongside each other, settling for an evening and night.
Fabulous meal at a quayside restaurant. Wet and windy weather just held off long enough to walk to the restaurant and back.
The storm came in about midnight. Wind and lashing rain. But we were cosy and comfortable.
Amazing how many motorhomes were lined up in the morning.
What a full day today! Was up at 6 30, and running by 7. It's a great time of day, sooo cold and the light was just beginning to shine through. There is a stillness as you pound the pavement, whatching your breath routinely appear before you. It's so silent (as most normal people are in bed!!). Did a spot of yoga when I got back, before I had a shower ...
... old and beautiful construction. There is a toll of €3.50 one way but I think it is cheaper in the other direction.
Honfleur is only about 25 minutes from the port but we head first for a panorama to have views back across the Seine to our ship then down to Honfleur. On the way we stop at a beautiful hotel, St Ferme,which has an authentic old Normandy style house in the grounds with a reed thatch roof and an old apple ...
Today we are off on our first trip, pre booked with Le Havre taxis we are off to Monet's garden at Giverny and to visit Rouen. Unfortunately we haven't slept well, there are strange banging and crashing noises around our cabin,maybe it was docking but we hope for a better night tonight.
We meet Francis, our taxi driver, at 8am just outside the terminal building and off we set for our hour and a half drive to Giverny.
We have pre booked tickets on ...
ARRAS, AMIENS, HONFLEUR
We decided today that we would journey to Honfleur, via Amiens to see their magnificent cathedral. It is the largest Gothic Church in Europe, and it was spectacular.
The organ itself within the church was built in the 14th century, and the stalls and stained glass windows stunning. They are also famous for having the relic of a part of John ...