Hotel Du Havre

2 rue Guy de Maupassant, Yvetot, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76190 , France | Hotel
 

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Falaise extraordinaire

A travel blog entry by susannarachel

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... the pebble beach - signs everywhere telling people to not even take one pebble! I was so tempted, but didn't. I did pick up pieces of the rock from up on the cliffs though, I will have to look up the geology one day. They were sort of greyish rough on the outside, and inside hard and glassy, almost like thunder eggs. The cliffs were bands of sandstone with this in layers, some pale, some pinkish, some black, and down in the town houses were made using the ...

Two idiots abroad

A travel blog entry by travels.with.br

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... and went to bed. When we woke in the morning, still alive, we moved a chair to discover the door locking button!

Thursday drove into Saint Valery sur Somme to the aire and found a very nice spot. Drama came on Friday morning when a giant German (the mh not the man) could work out how to get out of the site. You had 10 minutes to leave once you had paid and if your wheels were not in exactly the right place the barrier wouldn't open. Thus ensued ...

Honfleur

A travel blog entry by meboggs

Such a cute little seaside town. It was storybook cute. We ambled around and looked in the churches and little stores and found a place for Sunday lunch. It was lovely to sit by the seaside and enjoy the atmosphere and company. Honfleur is known for it's seafood and most of us ordered the local delicacy of muscles and fries with an appetizer of prawns. Daniel had been looking ...

Rouen

A travel blog entry by meboggs

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Our first stop of the day was the cute little village of Rouen. It feels as If everywhere we go has been ripped right out of a picture book. It is not the plastic, artificial reality of Disney but the decayed beauty of reality and I can not get enough if it. The cities are built around these grand cathedrals that the peoples lives revolved completely around. It is impossible to find a spot where you can not find ...

Talking

A travel blog entry by buckgw

... We talked about the tides in Le Havre - the web tells us it varies around 6metres, not as big as Port Hedland's tides.
the french word Nacre - Mother of pearl.
This entry written 17 june, so I can't remember all the details. ...

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