Hotel Dormy House
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... altho it was seldom really needed. Frank and I were both surprised at their lack of interest in dining, given Annelle's interest in food and cookery. Turns out Bruce doesn't really like to eat out at home, and is also quite interested in saving money. They are heading on to Berlin in the morning, altho Annelle and I agreed that we wouldn't mind just going home. Wth all the travel, so many places and sights, it feels like we've been gone a long time. It''s been 21/2 weeks for ...
... a gale) at the Fecamp Harbour, then spent a couple of hours touring the Benedictine Palais and Liqueur Distillery. This is the place where Benedictine monks invented numerous elixirs between the 12th and 17th centuries. One such monk, Dom Bernardo Vincelli, crafted an elixir recipe which became famous throughout the region and was produced by the monks for three hundred years up until the French Revolution when ...
NORMANDY MAY 29, 2015
Today we started out in LeHavre. It was leveled by allied bombing in WWII in preparation for the D-Day landings. Virtually nothing of the old town survived. All the buildings that are present are since WWII. Since there were no houses for people, that was the first order of business. They had no building materials but they did have the chalk cliffs to make cement. So all the dwellings were formed out of poured concrete. ...
We enjoyed another delicious breakfast, I especially appreciated the cherry yogurt and I was very pleased to have had a good nights sleep, despite the bed and scratchy sheets! Although I think sleeping in my leggings and long sleeved T.shirt helped! Haha.
We set off around 9 to a lovely sunny morning but oooooo it was cold - around 10 degrees with a freezing wind chill factor!
We were quite enjoying the driving now and ...
... on the shingle beach by the arch - the one on this side called the Porte D'Amont, like its cliff. (Porte is door, or opening, hence the arches being called portes). He said he didn't get all the way, but had seen a man sized tunnel through the cliff to the beach on the other side... tunnelled by whom or why? Don't know. We were probably a couple of hours up here by the time we descended back into town. Across from our little hotel was a patisserie, so we bought ...