Hotel De La Tour
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... and boy was it hot out there, after munching our way through a baguette it was back on the road for another couple of hours. This autoroute is empty, lorries can't drive on Sunday's but think it's going cost another arm and leg in tolls!!!! Already stumped up €16 for a short one! Finally off the autoroute,that's another €56! Oh no popped on one for 1 junction ...
... 7pm (sometimes 7.30) and even the traffic lights take forever to change. Caravans and rides for a country fair outside our B&B have changed little over three days - and they don't start until next month! An Aussie circus would have had their tent up, down and moved on by then!
So we travel over more country roads that resemble Monet paintings with their rolls of hay and green pastures. Interestingly, the ...
... the English and the French. It's site, however, offers stunning views up and down the Seine Valley.
A couple of passenger river cruise boats are docked nearby and a cargo boat passes by. We eat our lunch with the white swans to the sound of the river.
Then we surrender again to Naggy Maggy and her instructions for the drive into Rouen Cathedral. It's a one hour drive through small villages, mown fields and woodlands.
Rouen Notre DamÍ Cathedral ...
... for the toilet and back on the bus to meet the boat which has sailed further on without us. Another four course meal, this is getting ridiculous, then we adjourned to the lounge for a drink, a little dance for some of us, and lots of dancing for my mother. The crew then put on a show, which I lasted about ten minutes of before heading downstairs, the rest watched it all with mum staying up dancing until they turned the music off, honestly she needs a ...
... He made up his mind to move there and rented a house and
the area surrounding it. In 1890 he had enough money to buy the house
and land outright and set out to create the magnificent gardens he
wanted to paint. Some of his most famous paintings were of his garden in