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... and wide by my standards (both bridges are crossing the estuary of the Seine) and suddenly on the far side without warning a toll booth. We fished around for coins but having put them all in the parking station at Honfleur did not have the required change to get through! Jonathan pressed the button for assistance while cars waitied behind us and a loud buzzer went off for some time before a man wended his way through the traffic to us. Wth a pardon and a ...
... this meal since yesterday and it did not disappoint. Ben E. Was a good sport going to a seafood place since he doesn't like it and was rewarded by an exceptional steak for him and Jack. The apple pie for dessert. While we think there is nothing more American than Apple pie it is apparently French. I would love to come back and spend a weekend here. (Who volunteers to pay for ...
... having had a decent nights sleep, only temporarily disturbed by a light rainfall on the roof of the camper, then a particularly early dawn chorus by the local birdlife, we set our friendly GPS for some random locations along the Normandy coastline. Shortly after negotiating two of the steepest bridges I have ever driven over, I took a wrong turn and had to perform a 'U' turn in a gravel car park. As we headed back towards Honfleur, the camper developed a nasty wobble which had ...
... met many veterans and had some good times with them all, he also met and spoke with Prince Charles, Camila, Prime Minister Harper, Mike de Jong, the deputy Premier of BC, also the Mayor of Courselles-sur-Mer . We witnessed many people wanting to meet and speak with Frank.
Frank is a Rock Star!!!!
It was a long day, left at 8:00 a.m., returned to the hotel at 10:30 p.m.. We had dinner at 11:00 pm.
When in Europe, eat when the Europeans ...
... We talked about the tides in Le Havre - the web tells us it varies around 6metres, not as big as Port Hedland's tides.
the french word Nacre - Mother of pearl.
This entry written 17 june, so I can't remember all the details. ...
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