Hotel Restaurant Pub La Sirene
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Our bed is very snugly and sometimes it is hard to crawl out of bed,however we did and once again on our way to explore yet another Normandy town. Honfleur is a harbour commune located on the southern bank of the Seine river ( pronounced sin) The picturesque and best preserved port of Normandy.Population of around 8,200 and is located close to the exit of Pont de Normandie. The port is characterised by its houses with slate ...
... 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 ...
... secured the glass sink lid and off we shot, turned around and got to the parking space only to discover it was outside designated parking and was for buses only! Chose not to stay there but went down to see if there were spaces in the Aire - no. We are back in the place we left and here we are staying! I forgot to put down the cooker lid so that fell forward, knocked the coffee pot over and spilt the remaining coffee. Fortunately, the glass cooker lid didn't break, lucky for ...
... and Calvados brandy, but no wine. Very strange. We even passed a village called Doudeville and as I was strumming my guitar in the van at the time, I had to jump out and get a pic near the town sign – pretty cool. We are now in a caravan park for two nights on the coast in a stunning village called Veules–les-Roses (The Rose Well.) This beautiful, little village has been the holiday resort of famous Parisians such as Victor Hugo ad is famous ...
... then she wanted to mow where I was sitting so I had to go inside & we decided to go for a drive to Trouville which is a beach side town. This was a bit like an English beach town with lots of events happening on the sand. Yes there was coarse sand! We then drove to Honfleur & had some dinner there as it was our last night. This area & Honfleur in particular is a really lovely place to visit & we feel a bit sad to be leaving. The food was great tonight ...