Hotel Dormy House
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minibar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and there are 100 restaurants of which you can enjoy a meal. Our bus returned at 12.30 , after lunch we explored the little port where we moored Crude ex-en-caul ,I am afraid to say not much to excites here.We did have option to stay to 3.30 at Honfleur, perhaps that would have been better. We now will rest the remainder of the day with our books. Another lovely day in Normany, tonight we said for Paris with one more stop ...
... was worth waiting for, we also had a very amusing waiter, he was like a whirling dervish in the tiny spaces between tables.
Our interest was caught at one point by a riderless horse cantering along the beach. We did see another lone rider going in the same direction and later came back with the riderless horse.
Lunch over, we visited the Paleospace Dinosaures de Normandie. We got the audio devices and went all the ...
... and strange arch formations that project out into the water. There is also a church on the top of the chalky cliffs that we could see from Bernard’s farm. We ducked into a cafe and had a hot chocolate and a cappuccino. It was very warming.
Then on to Honfleur where we were turned lose with euros and 2 1/2 hours free time. Since lunch in France takes two hours that was not a lot of time. But we found a delightful little ...
... I felt so awkward and embarrassed as they all sat dead still and stared, while the owner began to speak (very fast....gosh I didn't even pick up the bonjour at the beginning...haha). Our attempt at asking for coffee seemed to fall on deaf ears so I practically left David behind and dashed out the door as the man yelled au revoir. We continued on for another hour before arriving in the most lovely seaside town and we enjoyed ...
... in until I read it closely! Downstairs was a bar/lounge where we were told we could get a free coffee or tea and eat or sit. But I was anxious to get out and see the white cliffs and arches I'd seen in pictures, which are Etretat's unique attribute and have attracted artists for years. So we walked the one block to the beach where a gale force wind was blowing and clouds came and went, and decided to ascend the Falaise D'Amont to the east of the town where ...