Hotel-Restaurant La Chaine d'Or
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for us Saturday. This morning in Rouen we toured old historic area... City full of many spires, & where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in 1431. The afternoon we hiked to the top of Ric************* Hearts castle! BTW.... It's over 70 degrees & ...
Excited about sunny weather! We left Paris at 11:30 last night and woke up to wonderful river scenery. The Gold Coast area of Normandy has magnificent homes on the Seine. Due to high water we have sailed faster and are arriving in Vernon 2 hours early. Our boat docked right in town so ...
After an incredibly long flight from Singapore (sitting next to a man who coughed the whole way) and 3 trains later, we arrived in Rouen. Jenny was there to meet us at the station and it was so good to see her! As our accommodation wasnt ready we went to Jennys apartment to have a rest and shower. When we arrived at our accommodation we were geeted by Mathilde who helped me lug my case upstairs! The apartment is small but cute ...
... one car, multitudes of shops, restaurants, bakeries, cafes. Everything in europe is so much smaller, more intimate, closer, connected. Going out to get a bite to eat or buying something at the store means a 5 minute walk, instead of a 5 minute drive like in the US. Interesting seeing how cities built with people in mind, instead of cars, have developed. In the US, if you really want to, you can basically go your whole day without really interacting with anyone. You ...
As we start our cruise down the Seine, our first stop is where we bus to the Jumeines Abbey. We have learned a lot of history of the area including the Vikings conquest of Normandy followed by the ousting of the Vikings by the French to the conquering of England by the Duke of Normandy, William the Conquerer (prior to the conquest, he was known as William the ******* - Billy the ******* to his close friends). It gets sort of confusing keeping all of the names ...