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... what our choice would be. Along the quayside, motorhomes were ranked alongside each other, settling for an evening and night.
Fabulous meal at a quayside restaurant. Wet and windy weather just held off long enough to walk to the restaurant and back.
The storm came in about midnight. Wind and lashing rain. But we were cosy and comfortable.
Amazing how many motorhomes were lined up in the morning.
... started working. Emptied the dishwasher and sorted breakfast. Then walked up to the shops, as the mother I am au pairing for was sooooo tired because the baby had her up since 3 30!!! Then this afternoon, got the bus with the daughter to the mall where we watched Tinkerbell -- quite enjoyed it actually, quite nice to watch a kiddy film once in a ...
... now converted to a flowerbed.
At the panorama there is also a little 14C church, Notre Dame de Grace dedicated to the protection of the citizens of Honfleur, many of whom are fishermen so there are a number of boats hanging from the ceiling. It is a beautiful small church and it is nice to be able to see the stained glass close to. Outside the church is a carillon of 24 bells which chime the hours and quarters and can be ...
... body of his younger brother. Also Buried here is Rollo who was the ancestor of William the Conqueror and hence our own dear Queen.
On our way back to the ship Francis takes us to Harfleur where he lives, it is only afew minutes from Le Havre and is a lovely Medieval town with a small river running through it an da lovely old parish church.
We have had a wonderful day and another good evening with our friends follows, before we head off to bed early ...
Les Falaises Blanches d'Etretat (the white cliffs of Etretat) are worth the effort. Even though we didn't have a car and public transportation in Normandy is minimal, we managed to get there after a train to Le Havre and the Keolis Ligne 24 bus from there. Even the anxiety of missing our bus stop was worth it (like a city bus, you have to ring for your stop - stops are not announced).
The chalky cliffs and arches ...