Ibis Rouen Parc Des Expos Zenith
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which of the two sides we headed for?
Finding a parking spot was a bit of a challenge but the marriage survives. We ended up parking somewhere and when we emerged from the underground car park we immediately started shooting pictures of a massive church, the Notre Dame Cathedral. Unfortunately, when we couldn't get in, we asked and found out it was some other big church, we ...
... It is where Claude Monet made his home later in life. His home and gardens are open to the public. We were not able to take pictures in the home. It was very nice but certainly not extravagant. However, he had a huge kitchen that was right out of a Home and Garden Magazine article for the perfect antique French kitchen. We wanted the huge wood ...
... taking care of parking ticket fines. Interesting!
With the reformed offender back behind the wheel, we headed off to the beaches to show Dayna a few of the D-Day sites including the American Cemetery at Omaha Beach and the battle site at Pointe du Hoc. Both I had seen yesterday, but today was a mostly sunny day as opposed to yesterday, which was rainy and windy.
On our way back to town, we stopped at a cider farm and ...
... the last 15 kilometers, we relied on the GPS to get us here and. I have to say, I don't know how we would have found the place without it. Really! We are on the banks of the Seine River -- that's the one that goes through Paris. We are almost at the mouth of the river. It was, and is, raining so we haven't done much exploring of the grounds, but they look beautiful.
... in his garden has well & truly gone with crowds jostling for prime photo position on the Japanese bridge. But still - it is fabulous to see the garden behind the paintings - especially the waterlillies of course. Monet lived here for the second half of his life - roughly 40 years and his house has been restored to as it was in his time - ...