Hotel La Licorne
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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... boats. We saw one boat unloading its catch, with a buyer weighing each type of fish in a tray before it was iced down and loaded into a truck. There were many types of fish, including rays and sand sharks. Do people eat those? The only notable landmark was a -surprise! - church, altho this one was a change from the usual ornate Gothic pile of stone. It was wood, 16thC., and looked Norse. We just walked and looked and took pictures till it was time for our boat cruise, which ...
... was lost - mon dieu. In 1863, Alexandre Le Grand, a wealthy industrialist, discovered the long lost recipe for Dom Bernardo Vincelli’s elixir. He named it Benedictine, started producing it and had the Palace built in honour of the monk and his liqueur.
We toured the Palace, which is now a museum covering the history and the crafting of the Benedictine liqueur, then had a quick tour through the ...
... Drinks, BBQ and reminiscing.
On Saturday we drove to the coast and did a bit of hiking (along the cliff top) and sightseeing. Very nice scenic area and a quaint Normandy coastal village (Etretat). Lots of tourists – mainly French I think. We were very lucky and got a top day weather wise – 30 degrees and no wind. Apparently this is rare for Normandy (both the temperature and having no ...
... the history. For us it was a morning pit stop for a walk, coffee and pastries over a relaxing couple of hours. The tour today was heading along the coast just north of where we were from Abbeville to Le Havre so we checked the timing chart and chose a place to head to and see them come through. The timing charts show you the path the bikes will take and where they will be depending on their speed. It gives timing for slow, average and fast and ...
... people always say that croissants and baguettes are so much better in France than in Canada, but it really is true. I am definitely being spoiled with inexpensive prices on amazing bakery items. After some more touring and a bit of souvenir shopping I made my way back to my house. I had already walked about 10 km according to my phone, and my feet were starting to ask me for a break. Walking through sand is far more exhausting ...