Hotel Restaurant Les Fregates
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... bricks used . The hole village has much character along with many galleries and food and wine shops all very cleverly decorated to make the consumer want to buy. We did find a gallery with several pieces of work that I would certainly have bought one of them however they were closed today. It appears that the population of 8000 grows to 80,000 at weekends and holiday times.I have made note of the artists website. This is a ...
... the cliffs, with its votive boats. Situated on the alabaster Coast, Fécamp's authenticity and natural charm appeal to visitors.
We continued on to the Benedictine Palace.This unusual building invites you to discover a story, and a product. Benedictine has been produced in this exceptional site, and exported all over the world, for over a century. The Palais Bénédictine ...
Sunday morning was rain. However, it didn't stop me from going for a blast in a sidecar to the Pont de Normandy and back (about 25km each way). Huge bridge – another French master piece. The ride was through the Normandy countryside and small villages. Narrow roads – just like the tour de France. The guy races sidecars so felt pretty safe; even going fast in the wet!!!! In the afternoon ...
... biggest relief. It was a great ride, but just a few kilometres too long. We got back and I immediately got my bathing suit on and hopped in the pool. As Gen napped I spent the afternoon reading by the pool and enjoying a nice soft chair. For dinner we had Caesar salad and spaghetti, followed by some tasty cakes. All was devoured quickly. I checked the map upon our return and we biked at least 22km each way, no wonder we were starving. After dinner we tried to ...
Together with Lauryn and Rod we settled into our very quaint 2 storey Gite in La Remuee, France for a week of exploring the Normandy region. We ventured as far as Omaha Beach in the west and Deauville in the east including lots of destinations in between. The World War 2 American cemetery, with its thousands of graves, although beautifully maintained, had a very solemn atmosphere - a vivid reminder of a terrible ...