Hotel Restaurant le Normandie

1, rue Grande, Les Andelys, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, France | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Les Andelys

The weather forecast was wrong!

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... on us as we trundled our shopping out of the town suburb, back across the bridge and to ST. The washing was drying nicely in the slight breeze and sunshine. We did a bit of cleaning and tidying up ready for our arrivals tomorrow after we had put away all the food etc. The fridge is packed full with no room for beers and cupboards groaning. We had to open all the windows as it was lovely and warm and so had a nice cold beer.

Once ...

It's like being at sea!

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... so he had run along his little deck jumping off on to the pontoon, (a precarious manoeuvre), to try and bring the boat back round to stop him ending up with a big scratch or even a hole in his hull. We both went to help fend off so he could get onto the pontoon, and it did need the 3 of us. We were then given a pontoon to move to which was in a more sheltered spot, so was nice and easy to reverse into. As it turned out we didn’t need ...

Les Andelys - Day 7, Monday

A travel blog entry by joanenelson


This afternoon we travelled by bus 40 minutes from Les Andelys to visit the Castle of Martainville, a museum of Norman arts and traditions. In a two hour visit we covered around 500 years of the history of Normandy. A full afternoon, arriving back at the boat in time for a rest and the final gala dinner. Cruising to Paris overnight and will arrive around ...

Seen by the Seine

A travel blog entry by clunkrena


... tell we are getting older ). Refreshed we finished off the awning and set the satellite dish up, second attempt got it, getting better. Then it was off to the supermarche for supplies of beer, wine oh and of course food. We are right on the banks of the Seine with a castle ruin above us and a bridge before us, the old town is a walk away with the new town a short drive. We shall explore ...

Les Andelys and the Lionheart

A travel blog entry by ruth-bill


... he took an arrow to his shoulder. He survived the initial injury but lost his final battle with a blood infection. King John took over command of the territory, however he was not as strong as Richard (who was?), and the French viewed John as an easier mark.

Eventually, the French army attacked the town, and most the residents fled ...


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