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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.
What a full day today! Was up at 6 30, and running by 7. It's a great time of day, sooo cold and the light was just beginning to shine through. There is a stillness as you pound the pavement, whatching your breath routinely appear before you. It's so silent (as most normal people are in bed!!). Did a spot of yoga when I got back, before I had a shower ...
... towards the old church,which is another surprise. It is half timbered,very long and has two naves and two altars.
Next we walk down towards the harbour and find a cafe for a real French baguette with Normandy ham and butter..deliceuse! A short drive back and we are onboard in time to join in the trivia quiz before a well deserved afternoon nap!
Another good evening ensues and off to bed, ready for a quiet day at sea ...
... 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 ...
... on foot to explore Honfluer a little more. The little alleyways with buildings jammed up against one another, most of them on a slope or slant of some kind, were endless. It is the most fascinating place to wander around.
You could also walk out to the lock where the water escapes the inlet out to the ocean. It is a definite 'must see’ if you come to the north of France for a ...